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How to Understand Your Body's Natural Fertility Signs

Your body is an amazing machine. It knows how to operate on its own and take care of itself, heal itself and more. If you're hoping to conceive, your body can tell you if you're ready. True, there is a learning curve, but if you are willing to get to know your body better, and faithfully track your progress
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The Best Apps for Trying to Conceive

By JustMommies staff

“There’s an app for that,” has become a common phrase in today’s device-driven culture. It seems there’s an app for everything nowadays. Concerning something as imitate as conception, it seems hard to believe “there’s an app for that”; but there is. And a line to choose from. From tracking
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How to Lengthen Your Luteal Phase

By JustMommies staff

If you have been keeping a fertility chart, you probably understand what a luteal phase is and know how long yours generally is. The luteal phase is the second half of your cycle, the time between after you ovulate and when your next period starts. A typical luteal phase is around 12 to 14 days long.
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Follicular Phase Explained

By JustMommies staff

Your menstrual cycle is divided into three phases – the follicular phase, ovulation and the luteal phase. The first half of your menstrual cycle is known as the follicular phase. This is followed by ovulation and the luteal phase. The follicular phase of your cycle starts on the first day of menstruation
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10 Signs of Ovulation

By JustMommies staff

Many women can tell when they are ovulating just by paying attention to their body and watching for fertility signs. Not everyone knows what signs of ovulation are or what to look for. You may have heard that you ovulate around day 14 of your cycle. This is a myth. Women ovulate at different times of
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When is Your Fertile Window?

By JustMommies staff

Your fertile window is one of the most important factors when you're trying to get pregnant. This window is the time around when you're ovulating, which is the time when you're most likely to be able to conceive. Taking advantage of your fertile window to become pregnant takes a little bit of effort
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JustMommies Free BBT and Fertility Chart

By JustMommies staff

Fertility charting is a great way for women to take control of their fertility. Use our free downloadable Fertility chart to start tracking your fertile signs. Read our Getting Started With Fertility Charting first. Our chart has room for tracking your bbt, cervical mucous and position, OPK results,
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Using an Ovulation Prediction Kit

By JustMommies staff

Ovulation prediction kits are a very popular method of detecting ovulation. One of the benefits of using an OPK (ovulation prediction kit) is that you can predict ovulation before it occurs. With basal body temperature charting you can not tell that you have ovulated until after it happens. OPKs work
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EWCM (Egg White Cervical Mucous) After Ovulation

By JustMommies staff

Egg white cervical mucous is a fertile sign, right? From everything you have read about cervical fluid and ovulation, you probably know that seeing egg white looking cervical mucous is a sign that ovulation is approaching. But, what if you notice ewcm after your chart shows that you have ovulated.
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Charting Basics: How do I know when I have ovulated?

By JustMommies staff

BBT charting is one way to determine your fertile days and pinpoint when you have ovulated. Temperature charting doesn’t tell you when you will ovulate though. It is not necessarily the best way to predict ovulation because you can’t determine when ovulation has occurred until after it happens.
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