How To Get Pregnant Really Fast, According to Science

Last updated: May 21, 2021

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Richard Honaker M.D.
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When you are ready to get pregnant, you are really ready. However, the getting pregnant part may not be so easy. Have more sex? No more birth control? These are common conception misconceptions. If you want to know how to get pregnant really fast, keep reading!

More sex and no birth control are certainly one way of going about getting pregnant. But if you want to get pregnant really fast, there is a bit more that goes into the process.

In fact, getting pregnant is not all that easy. You have a very small window of fertility, about 25 percent. With that being said, here is how to get pregnant really fast.

To Get Pregnant Fast, it’s All About Timing

Did you know that you have six days each month to conceive? That’s right! The five days prior to ovulation and the day of. You may be having more sex, but if you skip those key days, you simply won’t get pregnant.

Here are a few valuable fast pregnancy tips . . .

  • High conception rate: 0-1, 0-2, 0-3 days before ovulation.
  • Mid-conception rate: 0, 0-4 days before ovulation.
  • Low conception rate: 0-6, 0-5, 0+1 days before ovulation.

The most optimal days to get pregnant fast are the two days prior to ovulation. These days offer the highest chances for conception, according to research!

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Pinpoint Your Ovulation

Since timing is everything, knowing when you ovulate is very important when it comes to getting pregnant fast. You have a fertility app right? Well, these apps may not be the best option for pinpointing ovulation. Many fertility apps have been found inaccurate or used incorrectly.

Fertility windows can vary from month to month and your fertility is unique to you. The good news is that there are accurate ways to find out when your fertility window is.

Cervical mucus, ovulation testing, and basal body temperature are all good indicators to consider. This fertility wearable is one way to get a more accurate picture as well.

Plan Ahead When it Comes to Birth Control

Hormonal birth control can be a fertility deal breaker at times. If you want to get pregnant fast, going off your birth control well ahead of time is a great conception tactic. This gives your body time to adjust and allow you to get a more accurate picture of your fertility window.

Are You Healthy Enough for Pregnancy?

This how to get pregnant fast advice touches on three very effective ways to make conception easy, but you should also talk to a doctor to ensure you are healthy for pregnancy as well.

Talk to a doctor today via our free doctor chat and get the pregnancy answers you need and deserve now. Simply click the button to get started.

Submitted by Dr. Richard Honaker:

Disclaimer: This article provides general information and is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease or medical condition. If you require specific advice, please consult one of our medical professionals through the app. However, in case of an emergency, please call 911.

About Richard Honaker M.D.

Dr. Richard Honaker has over 40 years of experience as a primary care physician specializing in several different areas of medicine. He is able to provide expert case review and analysis for insurance and workers compensation cases as well as providing online medical consultations as the Chief Medical Advisor for Your Doctors Online.

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