To increase your chances of becoming pregnant, pinpointing your most fertile time in your cycle is key. With Fertile-Focus ovulation microscope, a woman can learn to identify the days when she will most likely ovulate - the best time to conceive a baby.
For too many trying-to-conceive couples, the path to becoming pregnant is filled with delays and complications. Why? Typically, a woman is fertile for a mere handful of days during each menstrual cycle. And because the unfertilized egg has a short life-span of just 24 hours, timing intercourse is central to successful conception. For many couples, 'guesswork' is not enough when it comes to timing, and learning to predict ovulation helps us understand our own unique fertility patterns and anticipate our 'prime time' for conception.
Menstrual Cycle and Fertility
During your menstrual cycle, there are far more infertile days than fertile days. And within this short fertile period - the window of opportunity for conception - there is just a day or two of "peak fertility". Identifying this peak time, and planning accordingly, can help maximize your chances of becoming pregnant.
and Conception: Timing is Everything!
A woman's fertile period during her menstrual cycle, on average, lasts about 5 days. The most fertile period consists of the days before and during ovulation. There are a number of reasons why this is the most fertile time: the amount of cervical fluid increases, body temperature begins to rise to create a warmer, more hospitable environment for a fertilized egg, and the cervix will start to rise and begin to open up. Given a fertile environment, sperm can live a handful of days. The egg, however, can live only 24 hours - so timing is everything!
Ovulation, and Saliva Patterns
During ovulation, a number of different hormonal changes take place. Within the ovaries, follicles house each individual, developing egg. Follicle Stimulating Hormone enables your ovaries to nurture eggs - and the follicle secretes estrogen to support fertility. Estrogen helps the uterine lining thicken and expand, and increases blood flow to the uterus. Immediately before ovulation, the follicle begins secreting a great deal of estrogen. It is the increase of estrogen in a woman's system that produces changes in saliva patterns - allowing women to predict ovulation by observing and tracking these changes.
Prediction and Saliva Fertility Monitors (Ovulation Microscopes)
The Fertile-Focus ovulation microscope is designed so you can easily, accurately, and confidently observe changes in saliva composition due to increases in estrogen hormone levels. Fertile-Focus works by allowing you to see the changes in the make up of your saliva just prior to ovulation - and the "ferning pattern" (or frosty/crystal appearance) indicating a positive result will begin to appear about three days before ovulation, whether your cycle is regular or irregular.
Accurately predicting ovulation significantly increases your chances of conception - and Fertile-Focus provides a reliable, effective (98% accurate!) way to pinpoint your most fertile time to conceive.
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