Calculate your chances of getting pregnant in minutes!
DuoFertility's team of in-house fertility experts have developed an easy-to-use fertility calculator to help you calculate your chances of getting pregnant. In just a couple of minutes you'll be able to see how likely you are to fall pregnant naturally or with various forms of assisted reproduction, and how this compares to other women of your age.
Now find out how you could triple your chances of conceiving!
Many people are surprised to see just how low their chances of conceiving can be in any single month. But you may be even more surprised to know that trying for a baby with DuoFertility can make you up to three times more likely to conceive each and every month. If you would like to know how - email us now on email@example.com.
How DuoFertility can help you get pregnant
DuoFertility is a non-invasive, easy-to-use female fertility monitor. It is the most natural, convenient, and precise way of maximising your chances of getting pregnant. The DuoFertility fertility monitor takes the stress out of trying to conceive, and restores the magic to what should be one of the most natural things in the world. It uses the well-established BBT measurement method to identify when you are ovulating with great accuracy. It uses this information to predict the days in the month when you are most likely to be fertile up to 6 days in advance. It displays this information on your reader in an easy-to-read format, giving you plenty of time to plan intercourse for when you are most likely to get pregnant.
How our on-line calculator works
The information which you enter into the conception calculator is cleverly analysed according to well-researched medical statistics and models, in order to estimate your chances of conception.
If you would like further information about how to interpret your results, you can read more detail about your statistics of conception. Our team of fertility experts have also provided useful advice and information on getting pregnant, how long you are fertile and how to monitor ovulation and time intercourse to maximise your chances of getting pregnant. In addition, you can read about which factors affect your fertility and how your age affects your chances of getting pregnant; our infertility section is also full of invaluable information on the most common infertility conditions, the fertility tests which are most commonly used to detect them, and a range of infertility treatments.
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