Tools That Can Help You Get Pregnant

Getting pregnant isn’t as easy for everyone as you might want. Sometimes it’s because of a health condition that can impact your fertility like Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or Hyperthyroidism, which can disrupt your menstrual cycle, and give you fewer opportunities to get pregnant; sometimes it’s due to health issues or habits that can erode the health of sperm and egg cells, making it less likely that one can successfully fertilize the other; it simply be bad luck. Fertility is expressed as the chance of a person (or a couple) getting pregnant during any one time – even a high chance allows for the possibility of it not happening.

Today we’re looking at tools that can help you get pregnant by boosting that chance for a successful conception.

An Ovulation Calendar

One of the most important factors in determining whether you get pregnant is timing. During the (approximately) six-day period that sperm can survive in a woman’s body for long enough to reach the egg within the 24 hours after it’s ovulated.

This is known as your fertile window – the time when you are most fertile. Identifying your fertile window is one of the most important steps you can take to boost your fertility and improve your chances of getting pregnant. An ovulation calendar can be any calendar, whether it’s pinned to the wall or on your phone. You just need to record the dates of your period and the dates you ovulate to help predict it in the future.


Tools That Can Help You Get Pregnant


Detecting Ovulation

Of course, to do this, you need to know when you ovulate. It occurs roughly halfway through your cycle, approximately two weeks after your period starts but it’s important to pin it down precisely, doubly so if you have an irregular cycle.

That means that a fertility kit is one of the important tools in your arsenal when it comes to getting pregnant.  These are devices that can help to tell when you are ovulating. Some work by testing your urine for hormones associated with ovulation, others track your basal body temperature or progesterone levels.

When you’re looking for the fertility monitor that’s right for you, bear in mind your specific circumstances – if you have a hormone-driven issue like PCOS, a fertility kit that tracks hormones might not be as useful to you for example.

Tools That Can Help You Get Pregnant

It’s also worth investing in a fertility monitor that takes more of the burden off your hands: a temperature sensor that tracks your basal body temperature, records the data itself and gives you predictions based on it based on its own algorithm doesn’t just take some of the work off your hands, it also removes opportunities for human error to enter the process, getting you a more accurate understanding of when you’re fertile, and giving you a better chance of getting pregnant.

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