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One common myth is that it is easier for a woman to become pregnant on a full moon. While this is often said and many people still believe this to be true, a woman has no better chance of becoming pregnant during a full moon than outside of one. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
A woman’s ability to become pregnant is completely based on her body and her ovulation cycle. Most women have a 28 day cycle and ovulate about 14 days prior to the last day of the menstrual cycle. This can easily be tracked by using an ovulation predictor kit or a basal thermometer for complete accuracy.
It is possible that the full moon will coincide with a woman’s natural cycle, but it neither is affected by one another. It is best to track your ovulation cycle and to have intercourse during the time that you are expected to ovulate.
While many people believe this myth to be true, it first surfaced many centuries ago when people had yet to learn everything about the woman’s body. It has carried on as a traditional thing to tell women, but you should not rely on it to work for you because your cycle may not be in line with the moon’s cycle.