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Find Your Most Fertile Days: Step by step guide to identifying your most fertile time of the month

If you and your partner are trying to conceive, knowing how to identify your fertile days can speed up
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The 5 Best Fertility Gadgets

By JustMommies staff

Why rely on old-school cycle tracking when there are so many high-tech gadgets that can help you conceive sooner? We've put together a list of the best 5 gadgets for tracking your fertility.
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Charting Basics: Drawing Your Coverline

By JustMommies staff

Drawing a coverline on your bbt chart is not required but it will help you to see if you have a biphasic chart (two phases). Most people use the Fertility Awareness method because it is the easiest way to draw a coverline. Once you draw your coverline you should be able to see a pattern of lower temps
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Charting Basics: Peak Day

By JustMommies staff

Your peak day, as the name suggests, is the day that your fertility peaks and the best time to get pregnant. If you are charting you can determine your peak day by checking your cervical mucous. After you have ovulated your cervical mucous will begin to dry up. This is one way to confirm that you have
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Luteal Phase - Understanding what happens after you ovulate

By JustMommies staff

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. The eggs are contained inside a follicle where
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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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Getting Started With Fertility Charting

By JustMommies staff

The first method for conceiving you should try when you've decided to get pregnant is to track your own fertility through charting, and getting started is easier than you might think.
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What is a Triphasic Chart?

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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. The third shift usually takes
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Charting Your BBT (Basal Body Temperature)

By JustMommies staff

Tracking your resting body temperature every morning can help you conceive and know when you're pregnant.
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Cervical Mucous, Cervical Position, and Ovulation

By JustMommies staff

Cervical mucous and cervical positioning are important for understanding your most fertile time for conception. Check and chart your body's signs to help you conceive.
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