Why couples are most likely to conceive at 10.36pm on January 2

Hey, great news or HORRIFYING AND TERRIBLE NEWS, depending on where you are in your life.

 

According to a new study, more women get KNOCKED UP on January 2nd than any other day of the year.  And that was last night . . . so if you got-it-on, we’re talking to YOU.

The study even found the most likely MOMENT for a baby to get conceived is 10:36 P.M. last night.

So why is the day after New Year’s so popular?

The researchers say it’s because all the chaos of the holiday season is finally over, couples finally have a moment to themselves in their own bed, they’re still feeling happy and loving after Christmas . . . and BOOM.  Baby.

And since the average pregnancy lasts 38 weeks, that means September 26th is the most likely birthday for all of these new babies.

Source: Why couples are most likely to conceive at 10.36pm on January 2

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