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Can You Have a Positive Ovulation Test Result and not Ovulate?

By JustMommies staff

Ovulation tests are very helpful for predicting when you will ovulate. Ovulation tests work by detecting a hormone called LH (Luteinizing Hormone) in your urine. Just before you ovulate your pituitary gland releases a surge of LH. OPKs (ovulation prediction kits) are designed to give you a positive
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Clomid and Ovulation: Is Clomid Right for You?

By JustMommies staff

While you may have heard stories about other couples' success conceiving with Clomid, it is important to do your research before determining whether it is right for you.
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Clomid and Ovulation: Is Clomid Right for You?

By JustMommies staff

While you may have heard stories about other couples' success conceiving with Clomid, it is important to do your research before determining whether it is right for you.
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Clomid and Ovulation Tests

By JustMommies staff

Clomid is a popular fertility medication used to induce ovulation. Clomid helps a woman to ovulate by tricking her brain into making more of the hormones FSH and LH. Since LH is the hormone that ovulation tests detect, taking Clomid can cause a false positive result on an ovulation test. How Clomid
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Clomid and Twins: What Are Your Chances of Having Twins if You Take Clomid?

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fraternal twins in a stroller While many women have heard of Clomid, not all women understand the risks associated when it comes to the chances having twins.
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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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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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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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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 - 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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