"Months for Pregnancy Calculator via Spreadsheet" : image by Mike DeHaan
My recent Decoded Pregnancy article, "Chances of Getting Pregnant: Math Estimates the Answers", reports on what several different researchers have estimated to be the probability that a woman might conceive a child in one month.

The above spreadsheet shows how such a probability might accumulate over a year and a half, until it becomes extremely likely that a healthy woman would get pregnant.

A typical doctor would probably suggest that the couple try to conceive their baby "naturally", rather than recommending a medical intervention after only a couple months.

"Standard Deviation of a Geometric Probability Distribution" : image by Mike DeHaan

Also read my "Math Estimates How Long to Get Pregnant" for more advice on using the math, and on what to consider before searching for a fertility clinic to help you to conceive your baby. Although I would normally "preview" the images that I make for an article, this time it's a "postview" since Decoded Pregnancy has already gone to press...I mean, published online.

One Untimely Writing Tip

Today's writing tip simply says: take the correct actions at the right time.

Although I'm sure there will be no repercussions, it was a mistake to forget to pre-publish these images here.

I was busy enough with other tasks that this slipped, even though I'd planned the title as a "preview".

While "no harm, no foul" makes for a more relaxed sporting event, it's not an excuse in the business of writing.

On the other hand...read the articles to get a much better sense of the importance of timing when you want to get pregnant!

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