Scheduled intercourse is a simple reproduction technique where ovulation is synchronized with sexual intercourse, determining the best moment to achieve pregnancy naturally.
What does scheduled intercourse consist of?
Scheduled intercourse is a simple technique where sexual relations are programmed at the most fertile moment of the menstrual cycle, synchronizing ovulation with sexual intercourse.
Firstly, a gentle ovarian stimulation is performed. To do this, a series of hormones similar to those produced by the woman herself (gonadotropins) are used. The stimulation will be controlled periodically, as several follicles tend to develop and if the number of these is very high, multiple gestation can occur.
Once one or two follicles have reached the appropriate size (18 mm in diameter) the human chorionic gonadotropin hormone is administered to trigger ovulation, which will occur 34-38 hours later and that is when sexual intercourse will be indicated. With this ovulation induction, the date of ovulation is determined and in this way, the couple is told the most appropriate days to have sexual intercourse.
Throughout the treatment, your personal assistant will be available at all times to answer any questions you may have and to support you at this special time.