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After taking birth control pills for some time, you finally make up
your mind to get pregnant. However, some couples have mistaken notions
that after quitting the contraceptive method, they can get conceive
immediately. Because a woman's cycle varies from month to month, many
couples have some difficulties predicting when ovulation will occur and
when is most fertile.
Tracking your fertility involves many different kinds of methods. The
first step is to have an understanding of your body and cycle. One of
the several ways to help this process is to measure your basal body
temperature to determine your LH surges. Using this method, you have to
take your temperature first thing in the morning, before you get out of
bed. On the day of ovulation, your body temperature rises than it was
before. While this method can determine the pattern of your future
cycles, using this technique will only tell you when you have ovulated.
It does not predict ovulation, which is the best time to have
intercourse to be able to conceive.
In addition to tracking your basal body temperature, you can also
include monitoring changes in your cervical mucus. As you get closer to
ovulation your cervical mucus turns to the consistency of egg whites.
When your cervical mucus looks and feels like raw egg whites, you are
going to ovulate soon, or otherwise it tells you that you have ovulated,
which leaves you in the same situation as the basal body temperature
After spending several months using the same methods, I have decided to
try out the ovulation indicator tests. I have tried using some of the
cheapest tests, believing all testing kits are just the same and I will
be just throwing those test sticks anyway. Although, the tests did
indicate I was about to ovulate, I did not quite understand the results
until several cycles of using the ovulation test kit. Moreover, some
tests were inconsistent and generating incorrect or unreliable results.
So, I finally took the plunge and purchased a top-notch fertility
monitor. The entire package is worth every penny. The monitor removes
the need to interpret test results. And, it is approved under most
medical flexible spending accounts. My favorite part about the monitor
is the test sticks. While many brands will sell you a canister of test
sticks bundled together so that the sticks touch each other, the kind I
got had individually wrapped test sticks making it easy to maintain the
quality of each test. The test sticks can either be held directly in
your urine stream or be submerged into a sample. After you have
sufficiently doused the test stick, you remove the cap and place it on
the specimen end of the stick. The test stick snaps into place easily
and the monitor does the rest of the work for you. They also provided a
helpline that can walk you through printing out your fertility charts
for when you go to your next gynecologist visit.
While there is no guaranteed success of conception with any product, a
fertility monitor and easy-to-use test sticks make fertility charting
simple and effective.
For a reliable type of Fertility Monitor and Test Sticks, I really would
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