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While some couples make a baby the first time they have sex (whether they want one or not), other couples may try for months -- or even years -- without getting the child they want so badly. Some women need to know more about how to get pregnant if they are having trouble with conception.
In order for pregnancy to occur, a couple has to have intercourse during the woman's ovulation and fertile "window." Based on precise data obtained from more than 200 healthy women trying to have a baby, it appears that you're actually most likely to get pregnant if you have sex the day you ovulate or during the five days before. It could also be that a man's sperm may be longer-lasting than some people previously believed, while a woman's ovum, or egg, disappears more quickly.
Because the time of ovulation can be hard to determine, a couple that wants to be pregnant should just make sure to engage in unprotected intercourse at least two or three times over the course of each week, without worrying about "perfect timing." If a woman hasn't conceived within a year or so of regular intercourse, she should talk with her healthcare provider.
(Click How to Get Pregnant to read the full eMedTV article, which explains how to figure out when you ovulate, aspects of fertility testing, and more. You can also click on any of the links in the box to the right for more specific information.)