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Almost all the women around the world have to deal with menstruation for a certain period in their lives. Be it the tolerable aches...
If you're trying to conceive, don’t neglect your overall health and avoid timing your ovulation incorrectly. Also, getting naughty shouldn’t be restricted to just during ovulation. It shouldn’t be happening all the time either. Avoid trying way too many positions or just one position and steer clear from lube. Remember not to delay conceiving if you’re ready for a baby.
The hormonal changes are constant for women. The hormone levels are changing every month and with each passing year. Eventually, with years of experience,...
Menstrual spotting is the presence of menstrual blood well before or after the periods. Some women tend to bleed around ovulation, which occurs around the 14th day after the first day of menstrual bleeding. Spotting can be a sign of internal problems. It may even indicate pregnancy. Though spotting is usually not a cause for concern, it is always best to visit a doctor who can diagnose the actual reason.
Ovulation is the time when our bodies are the most baby-ready. While your body goes through many fertility changes, these may also have a strong impact on our thoughts, behaviors, and moods. From unpredictable sleep patterns and tender nipples, to a sudden boost in self-esteem and the temptation to chat up that cute boy you've had your eye on.
Periods a monthly occurrence can worry many women as it brings with it cramps that can be very painful. These cramps may stay back even after the period is over. Several reasons could be behind this, post-period cramps could be due to the presence of ovarian cysts, uterine cysts, ovulation, uterine fibroids, and hormonal imbalance. These post-period cramps can be eased by drinking warm beverages and by placing heat pads at the source of the pain.
Many new mothers are confused and have a million questions about what happens after delivery. Especially about menstruation. If you are a new mom...
Outsmart your sperm naturally by gaining a sound understanding of your menstrual cycle. Based on records of how long your cycle usually lasts, the changes in color and texture of your vaginal discharge, and spikes in basal body temperature, you will be able to gauge when you are most likely to ovulate. Avoid sex a week before and a couple of days after your ovulation day.
Ovulation can be confusing and complicated. There are so many things to keep track of! But it’s important to know the details, whether or...
Charting your menstrual cycle involves tracking several criteria related to menstruation, vaginal discharge, basal body temperature, ovulation, cervical mucous and mood. Using this data,...
Trying to figure out when you are fertile or when to time sex for conception? Here is how you can up your chances of conception from 0% to 30%.
Trying to track your ovulation cycle? Here is a handy guide to help you learn the signs of ovulation and on how to pin down your most fertile days.
Trying to conceive? Here is how you can track your most fertile days to up your chances of conceiving!
Ovulation day can be any day between Day 7 and 20, taking the 1st day of your last period as Day 1. Look out for raw egg white-like cervical mucus (EWCM), rising luteinizing hormone (LH) levels in the urine, and high libido. Usually, ovulation occurs 1 day after the LH peak, which is also the last day of EWCM. Have sex daily for 5 days before and on the day of ovulation or every other day from Day 7 to 20.
Have sex for 5 days leading up to ovulation day, which you can track with an ovulation calendar and signs like raw egg white-like mucus. Pose does not matter, but try the much vouched-for doggy pose. Smoking and boozing both harm conception and sperm quality as do antidepressants and many over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs. Eat veggies for slow carbs and proteins, plant irons, and oily fish. Stay active.
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