Irregular Periods: How to Get Pregnant Quickly and On Schedule

Irregular Periods: How to Get Pregnant Quickly and On Schedule

Are you worried that irregular periods could hurt your chances of getting pregnant? Since so many women have irregular periods — 14% of women between the ages of 19 and 54, to be exact — this is a common concern. However, many women with irregular cycles go on to have healthy pregnancies despite an irregular period.

Getting Pregnant with Mira: Insights from Our Customers

Getting Pregnant with Mira: Insights from Our Customers

Who better than our own customers to tell you about Mira Fertility Tracker? In this article we share reviews from three women whom Mira helped get pregnant. Read more to find out what challenges they faced trying to conceive prior to purchasing Mira and how our fertility analyzer became a game-changer for them.

What Is Primary Ovarian Insufficiency?

What Is Primary Ovarian Insufficiency?

Have you heard of Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (PIO)? If you have not, it is a devastating disease that luckily affects only 1% of the population. It is a disorder that involves dysfunction of the ovaries that leads to decreased estrogen and eventually, the loss of residual follicles in the ovaries in patients before the age of 40.

What To Expect When You Stop Taking Birth Control

What To Expect When You Stop Taking Birth Control

Do you feel it’s your time, and you’re ready to start this exciting journey of becoming a mom? Congratulations! One of the first and very obvious steps is to stop the use of birth control. However, if hormonal contraceptives are your primary method, don’t hurry. Here’s what every woman should take into consideration when she stops taking the pill.

Ovulation Bleeding and Spotting: 10 Common Questions Answered

Ovulation Bleeding and Spotting: 10 Common Questions Answered

You may have noticed bleeding and spotting in the middle of your cycle. If you are trying to conceive, you may wonder if this means you are ovulating. Ovulation bleeding doesn’t necessarily happen to every woman or every cycle. Other pathological conditions can cause intermenstrual bleeding as well.

Predicting Fertility: When To Take An Ovulation Test

Predicting Fertility: When To Take An Ovulation Test

Ovulation tests are one of the most common ways to improve your odds of conceiving and knowing when to take your test can make the process much easier. Taking ovulation tests at the correct time of day will make them more accurate and much more useful to your conception journey – here’s what you need to know about getting the most accurate results in order to better predict your fertility.

Late Period Without Pregnancy: 6 Reasons Why

Late Period Without Pregnancy: 6 Reasons Why

An ordinary menstrual cycle lasts about 28 days long. However, menstrual cycles can range anywhere from 21 to 35 days if you’re an adult and 21 to 45 days for younger teenagers. It is possible for women with irregular periods to have a delayed or missed period but still get negative pregnancy test results. Here are some reasons your period could be late, even with a negative pregnancy test result. 

When is The Best Time to Get Pregnant

When is The Best Time to Get Pregnant

If you’re trying to conceive, you may be interested in learning more about when to have sex, how frequently you should have intercourse, and several other factors, that can affect your chances of getting pregnant.

How to Conceive Twins: Factors and Tips

How to Conceive Twins: Factors and Tips

There are two types of twins that you can conceive. Monozygotic twinning (identical) occurs when your twins develop from one zygote that splits to form two separate embryos. Dizygotic (fraternal) twinning occurs when each originates from separate eggs, and the eggs are fertilized by their own sperm cell. Many couples become aware of their twin pregnancy through ultrasound scans after being pregnant for 8 to 14 weeks. 

Trying to Conceive: False-Positive OPK and Other Mistakes to Avoid

Trying to Conceive: False-Positive OPK and Other Mistakes to Avoid

Trying to conceive is not an easy journey for many women. The Office On Women’s Health says that around 10 percent of women in the United States struggle to get pregnant or stay pregnant. There can be a great deal of stress and heartbreak during this process. Refrain from these avoidable mistakes that could negatively affect your conception goals.

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