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.
If you are trying to get pregnant, calculating your fertile window is everything. Having sex during your most fertile days can significantly increase your chances of conceiving.
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In this post we will look at what your vaginal discharge may be trying to tell you based on its color, consistency, and smell.
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Whether you are trying to conceive or simply maintaining good health, estrogen is a crucial hormone to track and test. In this post, we will look at how estrogen testing works, which tests you can do at home, and how to interpret the results.
Egg white discharge is one of the most common types of vaginal mucus, especially when it comes to deducing when you are fertile.
With all the pressure placed on women to have a baby by a certain age, it can be easy to feel like your fertility is a ticking time bomb. Thankfully, age does not necessarily limit your fertility as much as you may think. More and more women are choosing to wait until their 30s and 40s to have a child for reasons like pursuing career goals, traveling the world, or finding the right partner.
Working out might be the last thing you feel like doing when your monthly period arrives — but keeping up with your workouts might just help you feel better during your period. There are many benefits of working out while on your period, from alleviating the symptoms of PMS to easing menstrual cramps. Read on to learn more about working out on your period, including how to do it safely.
If you are struggling with inconvenient spotting before period, here’s what you should know to help you identify the cause.
Checking the position of your cervix at home can help you get to know your menstrual cycle and better understand the way your body works.
Is bloating a symptom of ovulation? Yes, many women experience bloating during ovulation — along with other symptoms such as breast tenderness and one-sided pelvic pain called mittelschmerz. There are several things you can do to ease some of these uncomfortable symptoms.
Whether you are in your 30s now and trying to conceive (TTC) or planning to have your first child in your 30s, this blog post will help you understand the benefits and risks of getting pregnant after 30 — and what you can do to increase your chances of a successful pregnancy!
In the 1930s, women began tracking their basal body temperature to predict ovulation. This fertility awareness method is still commonly used for natural family planning to prevent pregnancy. It’s not always easy to track your basal body temperature. Learning how to do it correctly is important for ovulation estimates. Read on for helpful tips and facts you should know about the BBT method.