1-Having sex … and a lot!
Of course, it seems a given, but believe it or not, not everyone follows this rule. Many couples try to time sex during ovulation, but do not have sex when the woman does not ovulate. While it is true that a woman has to ovulate to get pregnant, many women ovulate at different times from month to month and miscalculate their most fertile dates. In addition, an egg is only viable 24 hours after ovulation, making it almost impossible to perfectly time sex.The solution? Having sex about three times a week (having sex too often can reduce sperm count). Sperm can live up to three days in a woman’s body, so you will increase your chances of getting pregnant, even if you have sex three days before ovulation.