The Advanced Fertility Blog

How A Conception Calculator Can Help Plan Your Pregnancy

The gestational age for a pregnancy is approximately 40 weeks. Week 40 is typically calculated from the first day of the woman’s last menstrual period. This is merely a basic estimated period of time given that healthy babies can be birthed at any time within 30 days short of the typical 40 week period. Typical gestation for a full-term baby is between 37 and 42 weeks. This is the period in which the baby may be delivered.

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Does Pain During Sex Mean You’re Infertile?

The consequences of pain during sex range from ruining a romantic moment to loss of fertility. Painful intercourse – dyspareunia – is caused by a number of medical conditions. Pain during sexual intercourse is indicative of a medical condition preventing you from getting pregnant. The condition needs to be treated today – not tomorrow – to preserve your future fertility.

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How Much Does Timed Intercourse Cost?

With or without insurance coverage, the cost of any infertility treatment can be very overwhelming and stressful for those struggling to get pregnant. To alleviate financial stress, Advanced Fertility Services accepts most insurance plans and commercial financing to cover the cost of timed intercourse treatment. Founder and Medical Director – Dr. Hugh D. Melnick – offers some of the most affordable fertility treatment plans in New York City.

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Does Timed Intercourse Really Work?

Yes, well-timed intercourse really does work – especially when you have the assistance of a fertility specialist. Timed intercourse is having sex every other day around the time of ovulation. Timed intercourse is one of the simplest and cost-effective treatment options for helping a couple to conceive a baby. Working with a fertility specialist to correctly time intercourse is recommended for those struggling to get pregnant.

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What is Timed Intercourse?

As a starting point, well-timed sexual intercourse is the most natural and easiest methods for conceiving a baby. Timed intercourse does not mean having sex every day and, in fact, doing so may reduce your chances of getting pregnant. Timed intercourse is the first prescription for increasing your chances of having a baby.

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