Uterine fibroids are a condition that affect many women at some time during their reproductive years. You may have them or previously had them and not even know it.
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.
Cervical mucus discharge is something that nearly all women experience, but probably don’t think a lot about. It is a normal part of a woman’s menstrual cycle and an important indicator of health. As your body goes through normal hormonal cycles you will notice changes in vaginal discharge.
Have you heard of the proverbial biological clock? While not one of our favorite topics it is a real thing for most women. As you age your ability to reproduce naturally decreases due to a lower egg count and decreased egg quality. This is known as diminished ovarian reserve.
Most of us have heard about our biological clocks and perhaps some of you have felt it ticking away. Even so many women are waiting until later in life to start a family. So how difficult is it to get pregnant after 40?
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?
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.
If you have discussed fertility treatment with your doctor you might have heard of Clomid. This is the most prescribed drug in fertility treatment and often the first one tried. So what is it, how does it work, and what other options are there?
Maybe you’ve been on hormonal birth control for a while and you are curious about your cycle or are considering trying to conceive. You probably have a lot of questions about when to start tracking your ovulation and fertile window.
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?
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.
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.
When struggling with infertility, you may sometimes feel as though you’ve exhausted all of your options. The stress of trying multiple different treatments to no avail can weigh on your conscience — and this inner turmoil can make it even more difficult to conceive.
As a new mom you probably have your fair share of questions about postpartum. There are plenty of old wives tales and scientific studies to dig through so how do you know what to expect when it comes to breastfeeding and your fertility? Here we’ve answered some of the most asked questions when it comes to postpartum fertility while breastfeeding.
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.
When you are facing infertility, you would give anything to have the family that you’ve dreamed of. For many people, acupuncture might not be the first treatment they’d choose for infertility — whether it’s skepticism, a fear of needles or something else entirely that’s stopping them.
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.
Women trying to conceive and pregnant women have had their care delayed or completely halted due to the novel coronavirus. As fertility treatments are delayed, many women have turned to other options, including at-home fertility treatments as Mira has noticed a 31% increase in ovulation testing during this outbreak.