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.
You might be wondering: can you ovulate without the LH surge? And what does no LH surge mean? Here is what it means – and when to worry – if your OPK doesn’t detect an LH surge, even when you are supposed to be ovulating.
Timed intercourse is often the first step in trying to address infertility and this post will explore both the natural and assisted methods, how they work, and who is a good candidate for each.
When you shop the intimate aisle at your favorite store, you’ve probably noticed that there are dozens of different types of sexual lubricants. So, what is the best lube to get pregnant – and do those “fertility lubricants” actually work?
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.
Read on for how to determine your luteal phase and why you need to know this information on your fertility journey.