How it works


A woman’s monthly menstrual cycle is about 28 days long. It takes 28 days for the moon to circle the earth. Is that a coincidence? The answer is “no.” The moon and rotation schedule influences women’s bodies and helps determine their peak period of fertility.

The rotation of the moon is evident through its phases, which are directly correlated to changing angle of the sun to the moon as the moon orbits the earth. Different parts of the moon are illuminated by the sun during its orbit, creating its various phases, such as the full moon, the first quarter and the crescent moon.

If a woman was born at the time of a certain phase, say the first quarter, then each time the same phase occurs, that will be her moment of unusually high fertility. It will be her potential Lunar Conception date, regardless of the stage of hormonal ovulation. Usually these two windows do not coincide.

Here is what you need to do to find out your Lunar Conception date:

Give us your exact date and time of your birth (including the hour and minute – time accuracy cannot deviate more than 4 minutes) and place of birth and we will calculate your lunar Conception Dates for you. You will receive your iConceive fertility calendar, which includes the optimal dates to conceive a boy or a girl, the time of labor (either day or night), gender of any future child you are likely to conceive, and viability dates to conceive a healthy child.

To take full advantage of the Lunar Conception date, intercourse should take place anytime during the 24-hour period prior to this day. This is the rule, and it has to be followed exactly to get proper results.

Dr. Jonas’ Research has shown that Lunar Conception happens at a much higher rate compared to efforts based on hormonal ovulation.

Despite the widely accepted medical theories about ovulation and optimal timing, the truth is a woman can conceive at any time of the month, and during her menstruation. In fact, it has been estimated that 7 in 10 women conceive a child outside of their regular ovulation cycle.

Dr. Jonas has tested his approach on 30,000 women and found that it worked 98.5% of the time.

Don’t be surprised if most of your lunar fertility dates fall on the date of your period, it is very common and yes, it works. It’s one of the reasons why so many woman can’t get pregnant – they don’t realize that the most fertile period of their month may occur during their menstrual period.

If you’d like to read more on this topic, click on the following link – conceiving during your period.

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