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.
In this post, we’re going to answer some of your most-asked questions about breastfeeding and postpartum fertility.
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.
While there may be many factors out of our control in the quest for hormonal balance, eating foods that increase estrogen levels is an important step to take if you suffer from low estrogen. This blog post will not only help you learn why estrogen levels are so important, but also help you discover foods that increase estrogen levels in females naturally.
Human papillomavirus (HPV), or genital warts, is the most common sexually-transmitted infection (STI) in the United States. One of the primary concerns you may have if you are diagnosed with HPV is whether it will affect your ability to get pregnant. Rest assured that, in most cases, having HPV will not affect your fertility. Still, here are some important things you should know about HPV and pregnancy.
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).
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!
Struggling with your fertility is an all consuming journey and there is no shortage of tips, tricks, and tests to help you understand what’s going on with your body. One test you’re definitely going to want to pay attention to on your fertility journey is your anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) levels.
Read this blog post to find out how to do a form of artificial insemination at home known as intracervical insemination (ICI), what you’ll need regardless of what kit you use, and how you can use it in conjunction with the Mira Fertility Tracker to confirm you’re timing it right.
Progesterone plays an important role in regulating your monthly cycle and preparing your body for conception. If you are using progesterone treatments, you will be wondering about the effects of this hormone on your cycle and when changes can be expected. This post will explore the role progesterone plays, what it does for your body, where it comes from, and the different ways it can affect your period.
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.
If you have been taking hormonal birth control for a while, you might be curious about how it is affecting your body. Maybe you are concerned about some side effects you are experiencing and want to change methods — or perhaps you are thinking about going off birth control altogether so you can conceive. Whatever the case, here is what you can expect from your body and your ovulation when taking (and stopping) birth control.
How much DHA should you consume if you are trying to conceive (TTC), and what foods is it found in? Consider this blog post your ultimate guide to DHA and pregnancy, including why it’s important for you and your baby, where to get it, and how much you need.
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!
The “right time” to have a baby should, theoretically, balance our biology with our goals. But is there ever a perfect time to have a baby? The answer is yes, but the “perfect time” for having a baby is different for all of us. Here’s how to figure out when is YOUR best time to have a baby.
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.
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?
This article will outline six things to consider before starting IVF, from family planning to the cost — and by the time you’re done reading this post, you’ll be better equipped to decide whether IVF is for you.