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The Healthy Fertility Cycle

By Zoul Pio

Fertility is the capability to conceive or to capability to get pregnant through normal sexual activity.Fertility rate can be measured to find out the the number of children born in each couple, person, or a certain populace.

Fecundity is different than fertility rate which is defined as potential for reproduction. Infertility is being deficient in fertility.It is being unable to conceive.Human fertility depends on factors such as nutrition, sexual practices, economics, emotions lifestyle, economics, and many others.

The hormonal cycles of both men and women would signal the woman’s capacity to get pregnant and the man’s virility as well. The fertility cycle of the female is estimated to be twenty eight days long, but the male fertility cycle is changeable. In any time of the month, a man can produce many sperms but the quality of it differs irregularly depending on his internal cycle.Age is also a significant factor especially for women.

Therefore, you will find out when are those particular series of days that you are fertile. This will tell you the specific time frame wherein you should make sure that a sexual intercourse occurs between you and your partner. When you are highly fertile, the chances of conception are more likely. If its still does not work, then it may be time for you to see a doctor.

Women can go pregnant at all times in their menstruation cycle but the peak of it is into a few days in the cycle. Normally it is two days before and after the ovulation date. Fertility’s window varies in each woman, just like the ovulation date of every cycle in the same woman. Forty-eight hours is needed for an ovule to fertilize after it is given off from the ovary. Sperm continues to exist inside the uterus between the averages of forty eight to seventy two hours, with the maximum time being five days or one hundred twenty hours.

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Pio, Zoul "The Healthy Fertility Cycle." The Healthy Fertility Cycle. 16 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 28 Jul 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/home-and-family/pregnancy/the-healthy-fertility-cycle/>.

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