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  1. hi,
    Welcome to MediMetry

    you only get a baby when a sperm meets an egg and that egg only comes usually once a month, around day 14 in your cycle.
    The egg only survives for a day or two, so there's only a limited time each month during which you can actually get pregnant. It's probably around six days.During ovulation some women feel a twinge of pain in one side and cervical mucus may become thin and slippery.

    Women who are thinking about getting pregnant should take a 400mcg folic acid supplement each day.

    Also destress your self.

    Positions also matters.You can even put a cushion under your hips- some women have a tilted uterus.Also avoid getting up for half n hour after intercourse

    Try losing some weight,that will regularise your periods..
    So you may need some tests,gotta check if your tubes are open or a hysterosalpingogram (HSG) , it is an X-ray test. It shows inside of the uterus and fallopian tubes and the area around them.