Guide to increasing the chances of getting pregnant naturally
Baby girls are born with a fixed supply of eggs. During each natural female monthly cycle, a woman releases one egg from one ovary from this supply. The egg takes two weeks to get ready to be released (ovulated) when it is picked up by the fallopian tube and carried towards the womb. It meets the sperm in the tube and fertilisation happens here. The embryo (fertilised egg) then attaches to the womb lining that has prepared to receive it. A baby then develops. The process is coordinated by hormones (natural chemical messages).
This graph may help you understand your ovulation cycle.
More information and advice about increasing your chances of getting pregnant is available below: