Thanks for checking out the references list from the Fast Track to Pregnancy Program™ promotion page. These are just a small portion of the scientific studies and articles that the Fast Track to Pregnancy Program is based on.
My goal is to support you on your fertility journey with reliable, accurate information that’s proven to give you your best chance of conception. So it’s really important to me that everything I teach and recommend is based on the latest scientific research.
1. Gnoth et al. Time to pregnancy: results of the German prospective study and impact on the management of infertility. Human Reproduction, 2003;18(9):1959-1966
2. Dunson DB, Baird DD, Wilcox AJ and Weinberg CR. Day-specific probabilities of clinical pregnancy based on two studies with imperfect measures of ovulation. Hum Reprod. 1999 Jul;14(7):1835-1839.
Wilcox AJ, Weinberg CR, Baird DD. Timing of sexual intercourse in relation to ovulation. Effects on the probability of conception, survival of the pregnancy, and sex of the baby. N Eng J Med. 1995 Dec 7;333(23):1517-21
3. Zinaman M, Johnson S, Ellis J, Ledger W. Accuracy of perception of ovulation day in women trying to conceive. Curr Med Res Opin. 2012 May;26(5):749-54
Righarts A, Dickson NP, Parkin L, Gillett WR. Ovulation monitoring and fertility knowledge: Their relations to fertility experience in a cross-sectional study. ANZJOG, 2017 March;57(4):412-419
4. Johnson S, Marriott, L, Zinaman M. Can apps and calendar methods predict ovulation with accuracy? Curr Med Res Opin 2018 Sep;34(9):1587-1594
Moglia ML et al. Evaluation of Smartphone Menstrual Cycle Tracking Applications Using an Adapted APPLICATIONS Scoring System. Obstet Gynecol. 2016 Jun;127(6):1153-60
Costa, S. A Systematic Review and Meta-synthesis of Mobile Device Fertility Applications: More Than a Glitch in the Matrix. Fertility Society of Australia’s Annual Scientific Meeting.
Lobmaier JS, Bachofner LM. Timing is crucial: Some critical thoughts on using LH tests to determine women’s current fertility. Hormones and Behaviour 2018 Nov;106:A2-A3
5. Stanford, Joseph & Smith, Ken & Dunson, David. Vulvar Mucus Observations and the Probability of Pregnancy. Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2003(101):1285-93.
Scarpa B, Dunson DB, Colombo B. Cervical mucus secretions on the day of intercourse: An accurate marker of highly fertile days. Eur J Obstet Gyn Rep Bio. 2006 Mar;125(1):72-78