Couples should have sex only during ovulation.
The highest pregnancy rates are seen when a couple has intercourse every 1-2 days during the fertile window – the time in a cycle when pregnancy can occur – with no prolonged abstinence periods in between fertile cycles.2
As a woman gets older, it may become increasingly difficult to conceive. As you make your decision on when to start a family (or to see a fertility specialist), keep these fertility facts in mind:
One simple and noninvasive step is keeping track of ovulation and timing intercourse.
Feel free to reference our “In the Know: What No One Tells You About Fertility” brochure as a helpful resource.
Fertility testing and consulting a fertility specialist are wonderful ways to move forward and to find out exactly where you stand. Curious about how to get started?
Fortunately, once diagnosed, many of the causes of male infertility can be addressed through fertility treatment options.5
Let’s be honest: Infertility is stressful.
Overnight, life can become saturated in medical terminology, and sex might feel a lot less fun. Learn from people who’ve been through this journey, and get familiar with support groups you can lean on when you could use an extra boost.