[VIDEO] So, you’re trying to get pregnant and you’ve been to see your doctor to get some basic fertility testing done. And your doctor has ordered something called a Day 21 progesterone test (otherwise known as a serum progesterone test or progesterone blood test). This Day 21 progesterone test is one of the easiest ways to find out if you’re ovulating or not. But as you might have heard, the…Read More
How to tell if you’re ovulating – 2 easy ways to find out for sure!
[VIDEO] Ovulation is CRITICAL to getting pregnant. Without ovulation you can’t conceive. So if you’re struggling to get pregnant, making sure you’re ovulating is one of the FIRST fertility checks you’ll want to tick off the list. But how can you tell for SURE, if you’re definitely ovulating? In this article, I’ll be sharing the 2 easiest methods you can use to find out. Before I dive in I just…Read More
Day 21 progesterone test – what does your level mean?
[VIDEO] So, you’ve been to see your doctor and you’ve had a Day 21 progesterone test done – to find out if you’re ovulating or not and perhaps to also see if your progesterone levels are high enough for getting pregnant. And now you’ve got your results back, and you’re wondering what they mean. Is your progesterone too low? Is it too high? And what does it mean for your…Read More
Can you ovulate twice in a menstrual cycle?
[VIDEO] Can you ovulate more than once in a menstrual cycle? Do you have MORE than one opportunity to get pregnant between one period and the next? Perhaps you’ve seen more than one positive result on your ovulation predictor kit (OPK). Or perhaps you’ve seen fertile cervical fluid a couple of different times during your cycle. And you’ve wondered ‘Did I ovulate twice? Is that even possible?’ In this article,…Read More
What your period says about your fertility
When you’re trying to get pregnant, one of the first things you’ll probably start paying extra attention to, is your period. Because after all, it’s the ABSENCE of your period that’s usually the first tell-tale sign that you’re pregnant – and the reason that you’re likely to take a pregnancy test. Of course, you probably already know that you NEED to be getting periods, and ideally getting them regularly, in…Read More