Question: Is it actually difficult to get pregnant?

The belief that pregnancy should come easily is harming women—heres what you really need to know when trying to conceive. On average, a womans odds of getting pregnant in a given month are around 20%. It takes the typical couple (with no preexisting fertility issues) about five months to successfully conceive.

What are the chances of actually getting pregnant?

The Odds of Getting Pregnant For most couples trying to conceive, the odds that a woman will become pregnant are 15% to 25% in any particular month.

Why is it so difficult to get pregnant?

When youre really stressed, your ovaries might release eggs irregularly, or they might not release an egg at all, a condition known as anovulation. Even if youre ovulating normally, stress can also dampen your sex drive. This can also make it hard to get pregnant.

Is it hard to get pregnant on the first try?

According to infertility research, the likelihood of getting pregnant in the first month is around 30% . For people without fertility issues, the approximate chances of conception are: 75% after 6 months.

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