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Question #1: Do you have regular menstrual cycles (good cycle regularity)?

If Yes: Cycle regularity tends to be a positive sign and is particularly helpful when you're trying to conceive.

Even though your cycles are regular, however, you need some mechanism for precisely identifying when you ovulate – your most fertile time of the month, and the time you're most likely to become pregnant. The OvaCue Fertility Monitor or the Fertile Focus Saliva Ovulation Microscope are ideal for this purpose.

Product recommendations: OvaCue Fertility Monitor or Fertile Focus Ovulation Microscope

If No: Irregular menstrual cycles may be associated with a hormonal imbalance, which may in turn make it challenging to achieve pregnancy. Irregular cycles may also make it difficult to identify when – or even if – ovulation takes place.

FertilAid for Women is an herbal fertility-enhancing supplement that is frequently used by trying-to-conceive women to help normalize an irregular cycle. Though it can take up to three months of taking FertilAid for it to yield its full effect, women often report improved cycle regularity within the first month.

Additionally, you need a mechanism for identifying when you ovulate – your most fertile time of month. OvaCue is particularly well suited for women with irregular cycles.

Product Recommendations: FertilAid for Women, OvaCue Fertility Monitor


Question #2: Do you have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)?

If Yes: PCOS is a leading cause of infertility issues in women, and can make it challenging to achieve pregnancy. PCOS is often associated with irregular (or absent) periods, infrequent (or absent) ovulation, and miscarriage. FertilAid for Women is often used by women with PCOS to encourage hormonal balance. Click here to read FertilAid reviews of women with PCOS. Also, the OvaCue Fertility Monitor can be particularly helpful for women with PCOS to pinpoint when ovulation actually occurs.

Product Recommendations: FertilAid for Women, OvaCue Fertility Monitor

If No: You indicate that you do not have PCOS. This is good news, as PCOS is a leading cause of infertility issues in women.


Question #3: Do you use a lubricant for lovemaking?

If Yes: Pre-Seed Sperm Friendly Intimate Moisturizer is the only lubricant that should be used while trying to conceive. Other "off-the-shelf" lubricants - even water-based ones and saliva - have been demonstrated to negatively impact sperm and hinder reproduction.

Product Recommendations: Pre-Seed Sperm Friendly Lubricant

If No: If you feel that you have sufficient natural lubrication, that is good news, and no additional lubrication may be needed. If you do believe that you may benefit from additional lubrication, Pre-Seed Sperm Friendly Moisturizer is the only product that should be used. Other "off-the-shelf" lubricants - even water-based ones- have been demonstrated to negatively impact sperm and hinder reproduction.

Product Recommendations: Pre-Seed Sperm Friendly Lubricant


Question #4: Do you produce sufficient quantities of fertile-quality cervical mucus?

If Yes: This is good news, as cervical mucus plays an important role in achieving pregnancy.

If No: Cervical mucus is the fluid that is secreted from inside the cervix and plays an important role in achieving pregnancy; it's the medium in which sperm must travel in order to reach the egg so that fertilization occurs. During most of your cycle, very little cervical fluid is produced. However, around the time you ovulate, cervical mucus levels increase in order to help nourish sperm and facilitate sperm transport. Cervical mucus also insulates sperm from the natural acidity inside the vagina. FertileCM is a product designed to help support the production of sufficient quantities of fertile quality cervical mucus.

Product Recommendations: FertileCM


Question #5: Are you "stressed"? Do you believe that trying-to-conceive stress (or other external stressors) may be adversely impacting your ability to get pregnant?

If Yes: You indicate that you are experiencing a higher than normal amount of stress. Studies show that stress – either from "fertility frustration" or other sources – negatively impacts reproductive hormones and actually hinders your likelihood of achieving pregnancy.

Yoga, in particular, has been shown to trigger a healthy "relaxation response" and positively impact conception rates. In fact, a Harvard study showed a 55% increase in conception rates when women employed relaxation techniques like yoga.

Product Recommendations: Bend, Breathe, and Conceive Fertility Yoga

If No: You indicate that you are not experiencing a high degree of stress. This is good news, as stress negatively impacts reproductive hormones and can hinder your likelihood of achieving pregnancy. To help maintain your healthy mind-body balance, however, you might consider fertility yoga.

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