Natural Conception Control calculations give you information about your fertile and infertile days. They are therefore intended for every seeking natural conception or natural contraception, and her health condition does not prevent her from becoming pregnant.The most common reasons when the calculation cannot be used, and so having it made is futile, include: when a woman is already pregnant, menopause in a woman, sterilization in a woman or her husband, other medical reasons that do not allow conception - e.g. missing both fallopian tubes, etc.
The problem with sperm formation is, unfortunately, very common nowadays. But for a conception one single sperm is necessary. The condition might be improved by changing habits.Vitamins C and E have a positive effect on sperm formation. The grape seed extract, which is rich in antioxidants, is very beneficial. Another option is an extract from the plant Lepidium meyenii (maca). Food types such as dairy products, eggs, lean red meat, liver, nuts can also help. Limit the consumption of alcohol and cigarettes.Naturally, this is a long-term process.
About 50% of our clients suffer from these diseases. Calculations have been successful even in these cases. It is very individual though. Please mention this in your application form.In order to improve your condition (period cycle, endometriosis, PCOS, fibroids, strengthening the wall of the womb, other), the lady's mantle tea (Alchemilla) has a positive effect. The tea should be drunken 6 days a week; the seventh day is without tea. For instance, the tea is drunken from Monday to Saturday, on Sunday no tea. This cycle 6+1 is repeated. It is good to start with 2-3 cups a day and gradually reduce the dosage to one cup a day.
The calculations of natural conception control show your fertile days, i.e. the days when you can conceive. Therefore the calculation can be used when a spontaneous pregnancy is possible (i.e. at least one of the woman’s ovaries is functional as well as the oviduct and womb; and in the man the sperm is present).Otherwise the health problems have to be consulted with and eliminated by medical specialists.
Not every woman has a regular period every 28 days. Usually the cycle fluctuates over several days, which can be caused by various factors such as illness, stress, etc.However, there are also women who are menstruating only once or twice a year or not at all and medical examinations do not show any health problems.Even in such cases our calculations have proven to be successful, because the absence of menstruation does not automatically mean that a conception is impossible.For example, even women just after childbirth who are not yet menstruating can become pregnant. The earliest case of pregnancy after a childbirth we recorded was just 5 weeks after delivery.If period is not present due to menopause, when the ability to conceive ends, pregnancy will no longer occur.
The time of your birth should be included in your medical record. Or you can try to ask the maternity ward archives or some of your family members who could provide such information.It is most appropriate to have information from at least two sources (e.g. from medical records and from the mother), and indicate the range, as the time of birth in the health card does not always correspond to the actual time. If you do not know the exact time (e.g. 11.08am), at least the approximate time of birth is sufficient for the calculation, e.g. around 8.00am, between 8 - 9.00pm.Even a few minutes of inaccuracy affects the accuracy of the calculation.If you do not know the time of your birth, only the calculation for fertile days or contraception can be calculated.
It is a very individual matter, whether you get pregnant on the very first date shown in a calculation, or whether it will take longer.Statistically, during the first year of using our calculations two thirds of the women become pregnant, in the second year the next half of them and in the third year usually also the rest of the women.
Female fecundity, so the time, when a woman can conceive a child, is limited by age.The optimal age for childbearing in women is from the biological aspect until 25 years. After 25, fertility gradually decreases and the time needed to get pregnant is prolonging.The first turning point in fertility occurs after thirty, the second after 35, when the fertility declines significantly. At the age of 40, the probability of conception is only about 4%. I.g. if a 25-year-old woman becomes pregnant after 3 months of trying, at 40 conception would occur after 15 months of trying. Age is one of the important factors and cannot be influenced.
Choose the calculation you are interested in - fertile days, contraception, gender selection or a viable child. In the section of the calculation you have selected you will find all the information about it, as well as the button for creating an account in which you can order the calculation.Not sure which calculation is right for you? Based on answers to a few questions we will advise you.