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Getting Pregnant While Breastfeeding: FAQ about Fertility and Breastfeeding

By JustMommies staff

If you are breastfeeding your baby, chances are that you won't be getting pregnant anytime soon. In fact, exclusive breastfeeding has been shown to be 98 percent effective in suppressing ovulation. For the first 6 months of breastfeeding, it is almost impossible to get pregnant again (but not unheard
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High FSH levels? What does it mean?

By JustMommies staff

FSH, or follicle stimulating hormone, is one of the most important hormones in a woman's reproductive health. Follicle stimulating hormone, as the name suggests, stimulates the female ovaries to produce a mature egg for fertilization. Measuring a woman's FSH levels can give doctors an indication of the
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IVF Guide - Everything You Want to Know About IVF

By JustMommies staff

In Vitro Fertilization, or IVF, is a procedure in which a woman’s eggs are combined with a man’s sperm inside a laboratory dish. The eggs and sperm are placed inside a dish along with a special culture that allows the eggs and sperm to survive outside the woman’s body. The dish is kept in an incubator
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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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Luteal Phase Defect

By JustMommies staff

The luteal phase of a woman’s cycle is the second half of her cycle. It begins right after ovulation and generally lasts around 12-14 days. The luteal phase is named after the corpus luteum. The corpus luteum is a yellow structure that forms after ovulation. The corpus luteum is responsible for progesterone
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Luteal Phase Defect

By JustMommies staff

The luteal phase of a woman’s cycle is the second half of her cycle. It begins right after ovulation and generally lasts around 12-14 days. The luteal phase is named after the corpus luteum. The corpus luteum is a yellow structure that forms after ovulation. The corpus luteum is responsible for progesterone
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Male Fertility: What He Needs To Know

By Nancy Da Silva

Historically the shame of being unable to have children was solely placed on the woman's shoulders. People, doctors included, couldn't possibly fathom that the fault for not being able to pro-create could belong to the male. Men were, by their very conquering nature, supposedly fertile creatures. To
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Ovulation Pain

By JustMommies staff

You may have noticed having a pain on one side of your abdomen right around the time you ovulate. This pain is called ovulation pain. If you are alert to changes in your body, you may also notice other signs of ovulation taking place, such as an increase in cervical mucous, bloating, or tender breasts.
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Ovulation Spotting

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If you are trying to get pregnant you may want to look for some physical signs of ovulation. Some signs of ovulation include increased cervical mucous, cramping on one side, or breast tenderness. Some women will notice light spotting around the time of ovulation. This light spotting is known as ovulation
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Ovulation Symptoms: Top 10 Signs of High Fertility

When a woman ovulates, hormonal changes take places that cause a number of physical symptoms. By paying
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