Please give me pregnancy advice, How long should I leave it in after ejaculating to get pregnant?

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We are wanting to get pregnant and I was wondering how long should I leave it in after ejaculating?

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Getting pregnant isn’t easy for everyone.Pregnancy can take one try for some women and years for others. Both parties involved, a man and woman, may have their own medical-related issues that can cause pregnancy to be more difficult. The person have to understand that becoming pregnant isn't about how long someone lasts, if someone is having sex for the first time, if someone reaches orgasm or not. When you’re trying to conceive a baby it is worth giving anything a go which you think will boost your chances. Intercourse is required to get pregnant unless you have medical intervention. When naturally getting pregnant, it will take up to six days for the joining of the egg and sperm. Even when they’re first joined, the formation of the fertilized egg will need to occur. Some women have no trouble conceiving as soon as they decide they’re ready, but for everyone else, the process can be emotional and painstakingly slow. Even perfectly healthy and fertile couples only have a 25 percent chance of conceiving during each menstrual cycle – and that’s if they’re younger than 35. 

To get pregnant or Babymaking is a numbers game. Even if you do everything “right,” you still have only a 25 percent to 30 percent chance of conceiving in any given cycle.

If you aren’t already doing so, start keeping a menstrual calendar. Note the date when your period starts, the number of days it lasts, and anything else your doctor might want to know about. This information could prove helpful if you experience problems in conceiving. It can also prove invaluable in pinpointing the date of conception—and consequently your due date.

Don’t make sex into a chore. Consider these words of wisdom from one of the parents interviewed in The Unofficial Guide to Having A Baby: “Do not have sex every day. If you’re trying to maximize your chances of conceiving, it’s better to go every other day around the time you are ovulating. You are also more fresh, and therefore can put your heart into making sex as pleasurable and romantic as possible.”

Your body begins to produce hCG about a week after conception. The production of hCG combined with rising progesterone levels causes blood flow to the pelvic area to increase—something that could have you running to the bathroom at frequent intervals as your pregnancy progresses.

Don’t panic if you experience a small amount of spotting. Some women experience implantation bleeding about a week after conception—the point in pregnancy when the fertilized egg attaches itself to the uterine wall. Many women mistake this light amount of bleeding for a menstrual period—something that can wreak havoc on their ability to calculate their due dates. Spotting and cramping are common early signs of pregnancy.

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