Average Time It Takes To Get Pregnant When Using Natural Insemination



In my experience, the average amount of time it takes to get a woman pregnant using Natural Insemination is about three to four months. That’s intercourse two or three times in a row per month during the woman’s peak fertility days. It helps if she has a regular menstrual cycle and can predict her ovulation date using a fertility tester in conjunction with other things that might pinpoint the exact moment. Such things might include the amount of mucus being produced an by the body, an app to predict a based on previous cycles, perhaps even a blood test by a doctor.

But according to a medical website (Web MD), a healthy 25-year-old still only has a 25% chance of getting pregnant if she has sex on her ovulation day. And the chances diminish even further after 30. The oldest woman I got pregnant was 44, and she is due to give birth this September. I’ve gotten quite a few women in their late 30s and early 40s pregnant as well. I prefer to donate to in these types of cases where the chances of getting pregnant are diminished a bit. I suppose it’s because when they do get pregnant their joy is so overpowering, and it makes me happy to be part of that.

So, when I hear about a woman who get pregnant after only one month of trying, it really gladdens my heart. That has happened to several of the women I’ve donated to

So, regardless of what method you use to get sperm inside of you, don’t give up after only a few attempts. As long as there is no underlining medical condition or you reach the end of your reproductive cycles, it’s just a matter of time.


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