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.
In this post we look at the role LH plays in ovulation, the best ways to track it, and what the measurements mean (you can also use a tracking tool like Mira to help you pinpoint your LH surge and discover exactly when you are most fertile).
Menstrual bleeding is not always a sign that you ovulated normally and can sometimes signal an anovulatory cycle, which is a menstrual cycle where you do not ovulate but still have a menstrual period.
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.
In this blog post we’ll help you understand more about how ovulation tests work and whether they can be used to detect 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.
The ultimate Hormones 101 E-book was created to help you understand your hormone patterns and what your hormone data says.
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).
If you’re trying to conceive (TTC), you might be wondering if you can influence your odds of having twins. In this blog post, we’ll talk about how common twins are, as well as how you can increase your chances of giving birth to twins.
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.
Read on to learn what an LH surge is and what it means for anyone TTC.
Getting pregnant doesn’t happen magically. Even if you and your partner are both fertile, you still only have a 25% chance of getting pregnant each cycle. Conception is a dance between your fertility hormones and your partner’s — and if you aren’t paying attention to the data, it could take months or even years to figure out what’s not working.
In this post we’ll cover what estrogen and progesterone do, where they’re produced, and how their levels impact your health.
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.
“I Wish I Had Discovered Mira Right at The Beginning So That I Did Not Have to Go Through Tons of Fertility Products”
Read on to learn more about Loren’s trying to conceive story and how she got pregnant on her first month of using Mira’s products.
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.
In this post we’ll investigate progesterone and weight gain, answer the question “does progesterone make you gain weight”, and explore some of the science behind hormones and your weight.
In this post we’ll look at what it means to have slow rising hCG and what it could mean for your pregnancy.