This blog post will teach you how to make sense of confusing pregnancy test lines — including faint lines, evaporation lines, and indent lines — so you can go into your pregnancy testing experience feeling confident and capable of interpreting your test.
Checking the position of your cervix at home can help you get to know your menstrual cycle and better understand the way your body works.
Thinking about trying to conceive (TTC)? Good egg quality sets the foundation for a healthy pregnancy! Women often ask about at-home remedies for improving egg quality and increasing their chances of conceiving. You have probably heard of all kinds of ways to improve quality, from vitamin supplements to herbal medicine.
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).
The loss of a pregnancy can be physically and emotionally challenging, but it should not stop you from trying again when you are ready. The good news is that most miscarriages are a once-off incident. While about 15 percent of women have a pregnancy that ends in miscarriage, just 1 percent of pregnant women experience two miscarriages in a row.
Whether you are in your 30s now and trying to conceive (TTC) or planning to have your first child in your 30s, this blog post will help you understand the benefits and risks of getting pregnant after 30 — and what you can do to increase your chances of a successful pregnancy!
1 in 10 women has endometriosis, a painful reproductive health condition that can negatively impact fertility. Many women who receive a diagnosis of endometriosis are concerned about whether or not they will be able to get pregnant with the disease. Read on to learn more about endometriosis, including what this diagnosis may mean for your future fertility.
In the 1930s, women began tracking their basal body temperature to predict ovulation. This fertility awareness method is still commonly used for natural family planning to prevent pregnancy. It’s not always easy to track your basal body temperature. Learning how to do it correctly is important for ovulation estimates. Read on for helpful tips and facts you should know about the BBT method.
In this article, we’re going to dive into the revolutionary Mira Fertility Plus, a powerful fertility tracking system that has helped more than 20,000 women around the globe achieve their fertility goals. We’re going to walk you through the new update, and how it acts as a lighthouse throughout your fertility journey.
If you struggled to get pregnant the first time, you might be filled with a mixture of excitement and dread when you think about having a second child. The first thing you’re probably wondering is, will it be easier to get pregnant this time around? In this post, we will look at what the science says about second pregnancies and what you can do to increase your chances of success.
It seems surreal to notice symptoms as soon as the first few weeks of pregnancy, but it’s more common than you may realize. Some pregnant women experience very early signs of pregnancy just 1 to 2 weeks after conception and this post will explore 16 of them in detail.
Fertility awareness methods (FAMs) are a form of natural contraception. These methods help you estimate your fertile window and avoid sex when you are most like to get pregnant, reducing your odds of unwanted pregnancy.
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).
One of the hallmarks of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is polycystic ovaries (PCO) — but what you might not know is that not all women with PCO have PCOS. There is a subtle but important difference between the conditions of PCO and PCOS.
Wondering how to read an ovulation test? Our guide will explain how to understand your test kit — and how to know that the test results are accurate.
There are many possible causes for brown discharge, such as infections, period, vigorous sex, menopause, infection, or ectopic pregnancy. In this post, we will look at 11 potential causes as well as the symptoms you can expect from each.
We know that everything comes in its time, but late ovulation can be frustrating if you’re trying to conceive. In this post, we will look at the primary causes of late ovulation and what they can mean for your quest for pregnancy.
You may have found that sometimes the absence of ovulation occurs. This is called an anovulatory cycle, and it is more common than you think.
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.
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.