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Ferning Patterns on A Saliva Ovulation Microscope

Ovulation Microscope Questions and Answers Using Your Saliva Ovulation Test Recently buy an ovulation microscope? For best results, read our FAQ and instructional guide below… Using your ovulation microscope is easy – though you should pay close attention to detail and observe all instructional guidance provided by the manufacturer. For best results, test on a […]

Ovulation: Primary and Secondary Signs

When Do I Ovulate During My Menstrual Cycle? Listening to Your Body and Reading the Signals This article provides a brief overview of those both celebrated and less valorized signs of ovulation and high-fertility. Each of these physiological signs are dealt with in-depth throughout our site, so we’ll provide links to articles that elaborate on […]

Choosing your Baby’s Sex: an Overview of Techniques

Gender Selection Techniques: Choosing the Gender of Your Baby Methods to Influence Whether You Have a Boy Or Girl Part 2: The Shettles Method: Timing Intercourse & Position Part 3: Shettles Method: Fertility Charting and Gender Selection Part 1… While many couples leave the determination of baby gender to fate or to the natural happenstance of biology, other […]

Tips for Accurate Ovulation Testing

Capturing “the Surge” Advanced Tips for Using Ovulation Tests The mechanics of using an ovulation test are simple. Collect a urine sample or pee on a stick, read the result. If the test line is as bold as the control line, you know you are about to ovulate within the next twenty-four to thirty-six hours. Begin babydance. […]

Progesterone and Fertility

Fertility & Progesterone Progesterone is recognized as a vital female hormone central to successful conception and a healthy pregnancy. The word “progesterone” is itself etymologically related to the Latin root gestare – meaning to bear or carry – suggesting the importance of this hormone in creating a fertile environment for conception and the continuing development […]