Here is an overview of how ovulation tests work, what may impact their accuracy, and how OPKs can fit into your fertility journey.
If you’re already familiar with some fertility acronyms, you probably know where we’re going with this post: today, we’re going to talk about the two-week wait (TWW), an infamously difficult time for couples who are trying to conceive (TTC) and the DPO symptoms that accompany it.
At 1 to 3 days past ovulation (DPO), it’s still quite early to tell if you are pregnant or not. While some women do experience symptoms a few days after conception, many women do not. Read on to find out more.
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.
The NFP Guide was created for those who intend to achieve pregnancy or identify those days to postpone pregnancy naturally, without the use of artificial hormones or devices.
In this post we’ll cover what is happening at this early stay and what you can expect from a pregnancy test at 5 DPO.
Here is a quick look at five of the most common early pregnancy symptoms that you may experience at 4 DPO.
Read on to learn more about 7 DPO pregnancy symptoms and what is happening at 7 DPO.
In this blog post we’ll take a look at what to expect from 10 DPO symptoms and when to test if you suspect a positive pregnancy.
While pregnancy symptoms at 9 DPO are usually mild and many women don’t even notice them, it is possible to be experiencing symptoms and wondering if they are early signs of pregnancy.
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.
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Here are the symptoms of early pregnancy you should look out for when you’re 12 DPO, and when you should take a pregnancy test for the most accurate results.
Read on for how to determine your luteal phase and why you need to know this information on your fertility journey.
In this article we will look at what is happening in the body at 11 DPO (days past ovulation) and what changes women might experience at 11 DPO.
For people looking to avoid getting pregnant at all costs, tracking your body and its signs is crucially important.
There are things you can do to control the stressors in your life and prevent them from getting out of hand.
In simple terms, NFP is planning a family in a natural way by using women signs, symptoms and hormones to monitor their fertility. Knowing when women are fertile, they can intend to achieve a pregnancy, or, knowing when they are infertile, they can use those days to postpone a pregnancy, naturally without the use of artificial hormones or devices.
Fertility awareness means learning how your reproductive cycles work, naturally! You can use knowledge of your fertility to achieve pregnancy, avoid pregnancy, and even identify signs of underlying health issues.
Vaginal discharge is an essential part of your reproductive system and the types of vaginal discharge you experience will vary throughout your menstrual cycle. In this post we will explore what causes milky white discharge, what it means, and when it could be a symptom of an underlying issue.