Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 You know you’re not expecting if you only feel in the mood about two weeks after your period, hoping that’s when you ovulate. During sex, you start fantasizing about the sperm racing inside you rather than the joystick inside you.
#2 It can be difficult to understand how baby-making works and how your own body works (or doesn’t work) to get pregnant. But remember that 10 percent of women in America have difficulty getting or staying pregnant.
#3 Trying to get pregnant means having unprotected sex, and making sure you have stopped all birth control, removed all IUDs, and aren’t using any lubes with spermicide. Your period must have returned and is back to its regularly scheduled 28- to 30-day monthly programming.
#4 After ejaculation, the sperm enter the woman’s vagina near the cervix. Some of the millions of sperm battle through the cervical mucus to make it into the uterus, where the ovulated egg awaits.