Getting the Right Time to Conceive

Getting the Right Time to Conceive

For couples eager to have a child, they will undoubtedly try various methods to make it happen. One of these methods is having regular sexual intercourse. This is considered one of the ways to increase the chances of getting pregnant.

When is the Right Time to Have Intercourse to Get Pregnant Quickly?

One of the best times to increase the chances of getting pregnant is by having sexual intercourse when a woman enters her fertile period. A woman’s fertile period usually occurs around the time of ovulation, which happens within a 5-day window, approximately from day 12 to 16 before her next menstrual cycle.

During ovulation, this time is believed to be the most fertile for increasing the chances of successful conception. Therefore, doctors recommend that couples plan sexual intercourse during a woman’s fertile period.

It’s important to note that the fertile period varies for each woman, depending on her menstrual cycle. It’s easier to track the fertile period if the menstrual cycle is regular. However, for women with irregular cycles, they can try using a fertile period calculator.

Did you know that having sexual intercourse in the morning can significantly increase the chances of getting pregnant? This is because a man’s hormone levels are at their best or highest in the morning before facing various stressors and activities throughout the day.

Tanya Ferly tentang Promil?


According to Dr. Thomas Chayadi, an Obstetrics and Gynecology specialist at the Indonesian Children’s Fertility Center, the best hormone conditions for men are in the morning, making it an ideal time for couples planning to conceive.

Dr. Thomas Chayadi’s statement is supported by research published in the Chronobiology International journal, which suggests that the most appropriate time for sexual intercourse is before 7:30 in the morning. This research was conducted on 12,245 sperm samples from 7,068 men between 1994 and 2015.

Observations from this study show that the concentration, quantity, and shape of sperm are highest in the morning.

Does Sexual Position Help with Getting Pregnant?

Apart from timing, certain sexual positions are believed to help increase the chances of getting pregnant quickly. However, as of now, there is no scientific research that proves that specific sexual positions significantly enhance the success of your fertility program.

Some sexual positions believed to aid fertilization are the missionary and doggy-style positions. These positions are considered ways to achieve deeper penetration, allowing sperm to reach the cervix more closely.

Additionally, having sexual intercourse while standing is also believed to increase the chances of pregnancy due to gravitational forces that can draw sperm into the uterus. However, sperm can swim rapidly and typically reach the egg shortly after ejaculation.

Instead of solely relying on sexual positions to enhance pregnancy chances, you can adopt several other approaches, such as:

  • Incorporating a healthy lifestyle and diet
  • Maintaining an ideal body weight
  • Undergoing regular medical check-ups

If you’ve tried various methods and haven’t been successful yet, take a moment with your partner to go on a vacation during the fertile period. This can help reduce stress levels, promoting a more relaxed body. The more relaxed our bodies are, the higher the chances of pregnancy.

So, parents, do you now know the quick and easy tips to accelerate pregnancy? It’s worth trying them with your partner to increase the likelihood of having a child. Keep up the good fight! There’s always hope.


  • Xie, M., et al. (2018). Diurnal and Seasonal Changes in Semen Quality of Men in Subfertile Partnerships. The Journal of Biological and Medical Rhythm Research, Volume 35, 2018 – Issue 10, Pages 1375-1384. Diurnal and seasonal changes in semen quality of men in subfertile partnerships. 
  • Wei Su, H., et al. (2017). Detection of ovulation, a review of currently available methods. Bioengineering & Translational MedicineVolume 2, Issue 3 p. 238-246. 
  • Gangestad, S. W., et al. (2010). Fertility in the cycle predicts women’s interest in sexual opportunism. Evolution and Human Behavior, Volume 31, Issue 6, November 2010, Pages 400-411. 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Buat Janji