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First Things First

Both women and men have hormonal cycles which determine both when a woman can achieve pregnancy and when a man is most fertile. The female cycle is approximately twenty-eight days long, but the male cycle is variable.

Women ovulate at about the fourteenth day of their cycle, this obviously being the most fertile time for females (The 14th day is considered a common myth. Men can ejaculate and produce sperm at any time of the month, but their libido dips occasionally, which scientists guess is in relation to their internal cycle. A study done in Mexico suggests that men's libido levels are also sometimes correlated to their partner's monthly cycle.

During the fourteenth week of fetal growth, the eggs (or ova ) form in the ovaries of a female fetus , where they will remain until puberty. At puberty, the eggs will eventually start to mature one-by-one. At ovulation, the egg bursts from the ovary sometimes causing a small, sharp pain called mittelschmerz (German for "middle pain").

If the egg is not fertilized by the male's sperm, the egg will break down within twenty-four hours into its components (mostly protein) and be reabsorbed by the body.

A study suggests that women dress more provocatively when they are at their most fertile.

Female Fertility After 30

Women's fertility peaks in their early twenties, and often deteriorates after 30. Of women trying to get pregnant, without using fertility drugs or in vitro fertilization :

  • At age 30, 75% will get pregnant within one year, and 91% within four years.
  • At age 35, 66% will get pregnant within one year, and 84% within four years.
  • At age 40, 44% will get pregnant within one year, and 64% within four years.

Those figures are for conception, not for the birth of a healthy baby. According to the March of Dimes , "about 9 percent of recognized pregnancies for women aged 20 to 24 ended in miscarriage. The risk rose to about 20 percent at age 35 to 39, and more than 50 percent by age 42."

Birth defects, especially those involving chromosome number and arrangement, also increase with the age of the mother. According to the March of Dimes, "At age 25, a woman has about a 1-in-1,250 chance of having a baby with Down syndrome; at age 30, a 1-in-1,000 chance; at age 35, a 1-in-400 chance; at age 40, a 1-in-100 chance; and at 45, a 1-in-30 chance."

Multiplying the conception rate times the miscarriage rate times the birth defect rates should yield a rough likelihood of a healthy birth:

  • 30-year-olds: .91 x .85 x .999 = 77%
  • 35-year-olds: .84 x .80 x .9975 = 67%
  • 40-year-olds: .64 x .55 x .99 = 35%

(Note: These statistics are mathematically projected (interpolated) )

Effective Pregnancy Technique Handbook:

The Fertility Secrets Handbook gives you a step-by-step formula for making you as fertile as possible and ready for pregnancy. This program is drawn from author's five intense years of trying to conceive and has taken over 12 months to develop.

This helpful guide shows you the simple changes you can make in your life to increase your fertility and your chances of becoming pregnant, no matter how hard you've tried before.

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