Mira conducted a survey among women who got the COVID-19 vaccine to explore the potential impact of the vaccine on menstrual cycles. The study found that nearly half (49%) of respondents experienced noticeable changes to their menstrual cycle.
Here are all of your questions answered regarding how hCG levels change during pregnancy and miscarriage, how long it can take them to return to normal, and how long you should wait to get pregnant again after experiencing a miscarriage.
Here is a look at everything you need to know about hCG including what it is, how to test for it, and how high your hCG levels should be throughout pregnancy.
If you suspect that you may be having multiples, this article will address some of the questions you may have about hCG levels, twins, and what hCG ranges to expect throughout a multiple pregnancy.
Here is everything you need to know about what the luteinizing hormone (LH) is, what a “normal” LH range is considered to be, how to test for LH at home or at the doctor’s office, and what to do if your LH levels are too high or too low.
There are several ways you can get pregnant with PCOS, with or without treatment. Most women with PCOS can conceive with a combination of lifestyle changes and fertility treatment and a few rare cases may require in-vitro fertilization (IVF).
In this article, we will examine PCOS hair loss including how it develops, symptoms to watch out for, and potential treatment options for reversing it.
In this article, we’ll take a look at what the luteinizing hormone (LH) is, why you need it if you are trying to conceive (TTC), and strategies for how to increase luteinizing hormone both naturally and with medical assistance.
Here is everything you need to know about your fertile window, when to have sex after your LH surge, and when your chances of getting pregnant are at their highest.
In this article, we’re going to give you some answers to these questions! Here is everything you need to know about hCG, the role it plays in pregnancy, and how fast you can expect it to rise if you are pregnant.
Here is an overview of how ovulation tests work, what may impact their accuracy, and how OPKs can fit into your fertility journey.
Here’s everything you need to know about the role of progesterone in pregnancy, the purpose of vaginal progesterone suppositories, and best practices for using them in your fertility journey.
Here’s a closer look at what’s happening in your body at 6 DPO, potential symptoms you might experience, and when the appropriate time to take a pregnancy test is.
Here is a look at the facts, common symptoms, coping tips, and typical emotional triggers to watch out for at each stage of pregnancy.
Here’s a quick look at how IUDs and menstrual cups work, how they can be used together, and a few explanations for some of the most common concerns.
Here is a quick look at five of the most common early pregnancy symptoms that you may experience at 4 DPO.
Here is a look at what PdG is, how it relates to progesterone, and everything you need to know about testing for progesterone and PdG to confirm ovulation.
Here’s a look at what’s happening in your body at 8 DPO, common 8 DPO symptoms you might experience, and when you can expect to ‘officially’ know if you are pregnant or not.
Here’s a look at the different types of ovarian cysts you need to be aware of, what causes them, and the potential warning signs for when they might have a negative impact on your fertility.
There are things you can do to control the stressors in your life and prevent them from getting out of hand.