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.
Meditation has powerful effects on the mind and body when it comes to alleviating the stress associated with infertility. Read on to learn how you can get started with fertility meditation!
When you first find out you are pregnant it is a time of excitement and hope. For those who have had a difficult time conceiving or have suffered previous pregnancy losses it can be a stressful time as well.
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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.
Clomid, or clomiphene citrate, is an oral medication given to stimulate ovulation. It’s one of the most frequently prescribed drugs for infertility treatment and often the first one tried. In this post we will explore how Clomid works, who it’s for, and what alternatives are available if it doesn’t work for you.
As your body goes through a regular menstrual cycle, you will notice changes in vaginal discharge over time and leukorrhea is no exception. These changes can tell you a lot about your fertility, potential pregnancy, and your overall health.
While it’s not the most fun topic, the “biological clock” is a real thing for most women and understanding how to recognize and overcome diminished ovarian reserve is crucial for anyone looking to conceive later on in life.
Uterine fibroids are a condition that affect many women at some time during their reproductive years. While not fully understood, the cause is believed to be related to a combination of genetic, hormonal, and environmental factors. This post will look at the uterine fibroid symptoms and treatments as well as how they can impact your pregnancy journey.
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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.
Mira gave Becky data that she could see and that she was confident to bring to her doctor… but then she didn’t need to! She got pregnant!
Both the Daysy and the Lady-Comp offer impressive features that proclaim reliable, precise technology for natural fertility control. Read on as we compare the Daysy vs Lady-Comp, with details on how they work, stand out features, and where each product really shines.
While there are many ways to calculate and track your fertile window, ovulation tests help you maximize your likelihood of becoming pregnant by detecting hormone surges related to ovulation indicating when you’re most fertile. Knowing your fertile window means you’ll know when intercourse is most likely to result in a pregnancy.
Thanks to Mira Fertility, Kristie found out that she was ovulating almost immediately after her period.
This post will explore how acupuncture works, what patients can expect, and what points on your body are good places to start. We’ll also look at acupuncture alternatives that can help support a more holistic fertility journey.
Your fertility naturally declines as you age. After age 40, it becomes increasingly unlikely that you will conceive. But “unlikely” does not mean “impossible!” As long as you have not reached menopause, defined as the lack of a menstrual period for 12 consecutive months, you can still become pregnant.
With confirmed cases peaking regularly, the COVID-19 vaccine status has never been more important. Read on to learn what we already know about the vaccine and what that means for getting it during pregnancy.
Mira Fertility helped Rachel get pregnant despite her irregular periods.