fertility charting

Charting Basics: How do I know when I have ovulated?

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 » Read more

EWCM (Egg White Cervical Mucous) After Ovulation

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 » Read more

EWCM (Egg White Cervical Mucous) or Semen: How to Tell the Difference

To identify your most fertile days, it is helpful to monitor your cervical mucous.  You should start checking your cervical mucous as soon as your period ends.  What you » Read more

JustMommies Free BBT and Fertility Chart

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 more

Cervical Mucous, Cervical Position and Ovulation

Charting basal body temperature is the best way to determine ovulation but a woman's body also gives signals when she is ovulating. » Read more

Charting your BBT (Basal Body Temperature)

Basal body temperature is the temperature of your body at rest. » Read more

What is a Triphasic Chart?

You may have heard the term triphasic chart or triphasic pattern and wondered what this meant.  A typical ovulatory bbt chart is considered a biphasic chart – meaning two phases.  A triphasic chart means that it has three phases or three sustained temperature shifts. » Read more

Follicular Phase Explained

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.  Th » Read more

Getting Started With Fertility Charting

What is fertility charting? Fertility charting is recording all of your fertile symptoms on a chart. » Read more

Luteal Phase - Understanding what happens after you ovulate

After you ovulate, you begin the second half of your fertility cycle known as your luteal phase. During the first half of your cycle, Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) is produced. FSH signals your body to start the process of maturing eggs for ovulation. » Read more