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Charting Your BBT (Basal Body Temperature)

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Tracking your resting body temperature every morning can help you conceive and know when you're pregnant.
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EWCM (Egg White Cervical Mucous) After Ovulation

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

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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 are looking for is slippery stretchy mucous that looks similar to egg whites. When you see this kind of cervical mucous, there is
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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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Follicular Phase Explained

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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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Follicular Phase Explained

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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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Getting Started With Fertility Charting

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fertility thermometer 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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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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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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How to Lengthen Your Luteal Phase

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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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