Fertility Calendar, Problems and Fertility Treatment Clinics

How To Use A Fertility Calendar

Have you been feeling broody of late and decided that it's time for you to have a baby? While some women conceive at the snap of the fingers and go on to have several children, others can find it frustratingly difficult to have even one. More and more women are having a harder time getting pregnant, primarily because women are increasingly waiting until later in life to start a family.


Heeding The Biological Clock
While waiting to be established with home and career may be the wise financial decision and will give your children a better start in life, your biological clock does not make allowances for your financial goals and ambitious dreams. As a woman crosses over into her 30s she can find it increasingly more difficult to conceive.



Getting Pregnant in the 'Wink of an Eye'
Even some younger women have difficulty conceiving. While some women seem to get pregnant if their husbands just wink at them, metaphorically speaking, others have to continue to try and eventually resort to fertility treatments.


Determining your Fertility Calendar
Knowing your body and your menstruation cycle can allow you to understand your fertility calendar. Technically, there are only about four days out of the month when you can get pregnant. This is when the egg is released from the ovaries and travels down into the uterus. This is called ovulation and it usually occurs about 15 days from the date you began your last period. 

In order to calculate your fertility calendar, you have to first keep track of your periods. While some women have periods that come like clockwork, others have irregular periods throughout their lives. Menstruation is not the same for any two women, either. You may get your period every 32 days while your friend gets hers every 21 days.



Irregular Periods?...Have Fun Trying Anytime!
If your periods are irregular, this does not necessarily mean that you will have a difficult time getting pregnant. What it does mean however, is that you will have a difficult time using a fertility calendar and you can have fun trying to conceive any time you feel like it. Some women conceive while menstruating; this due to irregular periods.





Regular Periods?...Book Those Special Days!
Lucky women with regular periods can easily keep track of their fertility calendar by tracking their periods. The best way to get pregnant is to have sexual intercourse during ovulation. Two or even three days before can work as well. Because sperm only lives three days at the most, the closer to ovulation you have unprotected sex, the better chance you have of getting pregnant.





Keeping Track of your Fertility Calendar
You can keep track of your fertility calendar on your own or even through software that is sold for this purpose. You simply plug in your menses dates into the software and it will tell you when you are fertile. It can also tell you when to have sex in an attempt to pick the gender of your child.





Using the Fertility Calendar To Choose the Sex of your Baby
Knowing your fertility calendar also can allow you to choose the sex of your baby. The sperm selects the gender of the baby. Male sperm swim faster but are weaker. Female sperm are stronger. The closer you are to ovulation when you have sex, the better your chances of having a boy; the further away, the better your chances of having a girl.





Using the Fertility Calendar to Avoid Getting Pregnant
Every woman is different when it comes to her fertility cycle, which is why it is important to keep track of your periods when you are thinking about getting pregnant. This can also be used as a natural method of birth control for women who do not want to get pregnant, although most medical doctors will advise against it because it is not always reliable. Hormone fluctuations are common, especially in younger women, and cycles change.





Fertility Treatments that help when the Fertility Calendar doesn't
If you have been trying to get pregnant for six months to no avail, you should see a doctor. There could be a medical reason as to why you are not getting pregnant. In some cases, hormone therapy is used in order to allow you to release eggs. Many women who take fertility treatments, however, run the risk of having more than one baby at a time. Way more than one baby, as a matter of fact. Women who give birth to quadruplets, quintuplets and sextuplets have usually taken fertility treatments that worked really, really well. 

Fertility treatments are more common today than every before. Very rarely is a couple told that they cannot have children. There are ways to treat both men and women for fertility problems and allow a woman to conceive. 

In some cases, a doctor will not find anything wrong with a woman or a man, yet they will be unable to conceive. Many couples in this scenario adopt or give up on the idea, only to find out that the woman is suddenly pregnant. Stress can have a huge impact on conception, which is the reason why so many couples who try for years to get pregnant and then finally adopt a child, end up having another child right away. The pressure is off. 

Every woman of child bearing age should keep track of her fertility calendar, whether she does it on the computer through software or on her own on a paper calendar. It is just as important to understand about conception and fertility whether you want to get pregnant or whether you want to avoid getting pregnant.



What about Fertility Clinics and Treatment in Canada?
Seeking fertility treatments in Canada may be an affordable alternative. To find a list of fertility clinics in Canada please visit the links below.


Toronto Fertility Clinics
Montreal Fertility Clinics
Vancouver Fertility Clinics
Calgary Fertility Clinics