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Read on to find out which factors really contribute to infertility issues in order to boost your chances of starting, or growing, your family. Believe it or not, a man's sperm can survive for three to five days in a woman's reproductive tract, says Dr. So, even if you're not ovulating during those moments of passion, his little swimmers can still fertilize an egg if you start ovulating a couple of days later. Brasner, a woman's optimal window for fertility starts three to five days before ovulation and ends soon after, so "having sex in the few days leading up to ovulation, in addition to when you actually ovulate, is important for increasing your odds of conception." And when it comes to getting pregnant, timing really is everything.
According to Shari Brasner, MD, ob-gyn at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and contributor for Baby Center.com, a woman's fertility peaks earlier than most would imagine: between 22 and 26, and begins to decline soon after.
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