1 out of every 5 women experiences ovulation pain. Most of the time, ovulation pain isn’t something to worry about — but sometimes, ovulation pain can be a sign of an underlying medical condition. One medical condition that can cause ovulation pain is endometriosis. Endometriosis ovulation pain can spread to the leg or thigh and may be more severe than “ordinary” ovulation pain.
Estrogen levels that are either too low or too high can result in unpleasant symptoms that can potentially become dangerous in the long-term. Read on to learn more about estrogen, including what it does for your body, what ideal estrogen levels look like, and how to tell if your estrogen levels are out of balance.
Combining the LH hormone measurements, cycle information, and intelligent algorithms, the prediction accuracy of ovulation day can be greatly improved compared with the calendar method.
Read a Q&A with Fertility Doula, Carrissa Smith, to learn about the role of a fertility doula and how they can support you throughout your individual journey.
Download our first, completely free TTC e-book to find practical answers on your fertility journey, how to get pregnant naturally, what to expect if you have a hormone imbalance, and more.
Infertility can be a grueling road, but you don’t have to walk it alone. 6.1 million women in the United States have difficulty getting pregnant, making infertility quite common.
If the last book you read about women’s health was American Girl’s The Body Book when you were in the sixth grade, it’s time to catch up. The modern library is full of wit and wisdom about our menstrual cycles, our hormones, and our bodies — and what better way is there to understand what it means to be a woman today than to understand the intricate changes our body goes through each month?
Ever noticed that you feel cranky, groggy, and generally “off” after a bad night’s sleep? We all know that good sleep hygiene is important to maintaining good health. For women, however, sleep is especially important, as sleep plays an essential role in governing your hormone health.
When you think about conceiving, ovulation is probably the first thing that comes to mind. But ovulation is only one part of the process. Your Luteal Phase is the second part, and is just as important as ovulation.
In our series comparing different methods of tracking fertility we previously discussed OPKs. There are so many other methods out there to consider – from the most basic to the most scientifically advanced. This time we are going to go a little more basic and explore the use of basal body temperature tracking as a fertility awareness method.
If you are trying to conceive or just curious about your body’s natural cycles you have probably done a little research into ovulation trackers. There are so many options out there so it can be confusing to know which one is right for you. In a new series of comparisons we will lay out the facts about some of your options so you can make an informed decision about this important aspect of your feminine health.
While you anxiously wait for your Mira Starter Kit, you may have questions regarding testing. We broke down the most common questions we receive, so you can fully understand how to start testing with Mira.
For most women, ovulation works as expected: follicles in your ovaries mature, the dominant one releases a single egg, and if you’re TTC and lucky, it gets fertilized. However, as evidenced by fraternal multiples, it’s entirely possible to ovulate more than once via hyperovulation or multiple ovulations.
You have probably heard of intrauterine insemination or IUI — but with the rising costs associated with fertility treatment, many couples are skipping traditional methods in favor of at-home artificial insemination. But what is at-home artificial insemination and how does it work?
At Mira Fertility, we stand against racial inequality and believe in taking action to ensure every woman receives the healthcare she deserves.
With many different products on the market to help women trying to conceive, finding the right product for you can be a challenge. The Mira Fertility and Ovulation tracking system is easy to use. In this article, we share with you 5 stories of how our system has helped women on their journey to conceiving.
One in six couples experiences infertility and of those, about half are related to male infertility. If you are having issues conceiving your healthcare provider will be able to run tests and take a medical history to help determine what the problem is.
Hormone balance plays an important role in your overall health, not least of all your reproductive health. These chemicals send signals to your body to help it perform essential tasks, like triggering the release of an egg or the shedding of the menstrual lining.
Tina is a 33-year-old stay at home mom to a 2-year-old. She knew that she wanted to conceive another child and with her husband being in the military timing was very important to them. Since there were no issues conceiving her first child Tina felt their attempt at conceiving would also be straightforward with no issues the second time around.
Last Mother’s Day we asked our followers to share inspiring stories about their own journeys to motherhood. Thank you to all who participated! We were touched by every story. We’ve chosen three stories of hope, empowerment, and persistence to be a mother, and as promised, each author will receive their own Mira eGift card.