Post Tagged with: "luteal phase"
Periods — they are hardly something women look forward to, but they are so important! Being intimately familiar with your menstrual cycle is beneficial for you, whether you are hoping to conceive soon or are actually trying to avoid a pregnancy. So in this post, we’re going to review some nifty facts about the menstrual [...]
An ovulation calendar is a fairly simple but really handy tool that allows women to form a very good picture of their fertile window. Knowing when you are fertile can increase your chances of getting pregnant quickly! Are you considering using an ovulation calendar? Here’s how it works.
Being intimately acquainted with the details of your menstrual cycle can really improve your chances of getting pregnant. Using ovulation test strips is only the start! Read on to find out what the luteal phase of your cycle is all about, and how to calculate the length of your own.
Implantation bleeding could easily be called the earliest possible pregnancy symptom. Light spotting a week to twelve days after you ovulated is an extremely reliable indication that this month’s egg was indeed fertilized, and is now working hard on implanting itself into the endometrium, the lining of your uterus. Unfortunately only a third of all [...]
Implantation of a fertilized egg into the lining of the uterus takes place anywhere from six to twelve days after you ovulated. For women who know exactly when ovulation took place, it is easy to calculate when implantation might take place. If you belong to this group of women, of course you are wondering how [...]
Cervical mucus can give you an awful lot of information, but there is a learning curve to knowing what your cervical mucus is telling you. One of the most common questions asked by women who are interested in checking their cervical mucus to monitor their fertility is about the changes in mucus post-ovulation. What does [...]
When the cervical mucus is dry, thin, or brown, evening primrose oil may improve the mucus and enhance fertility.
For women with a short luteal phase, it can be a struggle to conceive. It is essential that there is a long enough period between ovulation and the time menstruation is expected, because fertilized eggs need time to implant into the lining of the uterus. When there is a shortage of time, menstruation shows up [...]
When a woman decides to try to conceive a baby, there are many things she will be curious about. Because some women will need to be diligent about fertility and will not have an easy time getting pregnant, one of the factors she may be interested in knowing about is basal body temperature. During the [...]