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10 Signs of Ovulation

By JustMommies staff

Many women can tell when they are ovulating just by paying attention to their body and watching for fertility signs. Not everyone knows what signs of ovulation are or what to look for. You may have heard that you ovulate around day 14 of your cycle. This is a myth. Women ovulate at different times of
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10 Signs of Ovulation

By JustMommies staff

Many women can tell when they are ovulating just by paying attention to their body and watching for fertility signs. Not everyone knows what signs of ovulation are or what to look for. You may have heard that you ovulate around day 14 of your cycle. This is a myth. Women ovulate at different times of
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11 Reasons for a Late Period

By JustMommies staff

You were expecting your monthly visitor, your Aunt Flo, your little friend, or whatever you like to call her, but she hasn’t arrived. Besides the obvious reason for a late period, what could be causing your period to be late? There are plenty of reasons why your period might be delayed that do not
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11 Reasons for a Late Period

By JustMommies staff

You were expecting your monthly visitor, your Aunt Flo, your little friend, or whatever you like to call her, but she hasn’t arrived. Besides the obvious reason for a late period, what could be causing your period to be late? There are plenty of reasons why your period might be delayed that do not
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Can You Get Pregnant During Your Period?

By JustMommies staff

Yes you can get pregnant during your period, but your chances of getting pregnant during your period are slim. The best time for a woman to get pregnant is around the middle of her cycle, close to ovulation. For the average woman this is around cycle day 12 to 16. However, it is possible to get pregnant
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Can You Get Pregnant During Your Period?

By JustMommies staff

Yes you can get pregnant during your period, but your chances of getting pregnant during your period are slim. The best time for a woman to get pregnant is around the middle of her cycle, close to ovulation. For the average woman this is around cycle day 12 to 16. However, it is possible to get pregnant
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Can You Ovulate Twice in One Cycle?

fertility chart with thermometer Just a hint: it is pretty much impossible to ovulate twice in one cycle.
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Cervical Mucous, Cervical Position, and Ovulation

By JustMommies staff

charting ovulation and fertility 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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Cervical Mucous, Cervical Position, and Ovulation

By JustMommies staff

charting ovulation and fertility 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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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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