When Infertility Isn’t

When Infertility Isn’t

One of the amazing things about practicing the fertility awareness method is it can help identify and even fix some common causes of infertility.

The fact is that, sadly, many people who think they are infertile actually aren’t, and think they are in an unchangeable situation when they can actually do a lot to improve their chances of pregnancy. Here are some common situations where this can happen.

What To Expect When Coming Off The Pill

What To Expect When Coming Off The Pill

Many people take the pill (or other hormonal birth control) for many years and only stop when they want to get pregnant. Unfortunately this has the potential to lead to a lot of stress and potentially unnecessary and expensive fertility treatments.

The fact is that for many people it can take several months, and upwards of a year (or more), to get regular cycles and fertility back after stopping hormonal birth control. So, what should you expect when coming off the pill?

Want To Conceive? Make Sure You Know When You’re Actually Ovulating!

Want To Conceive? Make Sure You Know When You’re Actually Ovulating!

It’s a common myth that ovulation happens on day 14 of the menstrual cycle, or 14 days before the next period. In reality each person is different, and ovulation could be anywhere from 9 to 16 days prior to the next period!

In fact, research has shown that miscalculating the fertile phase of the cycle is a big reason a lot of people are supposedly “infertile.” In reality they just got the days wrong!

The Sunshine Vitamin And Your Fertility

The Sunshine Vitamin And Your Fertility

We all know that sunshine is good for our moods and people living in the North tend to be more depressed in the dark days of winter, but did you know that sunshine is also good for your reproductive health?

I’m talking about the vitamin D that you get from the sun, which is so important that it’s even considered to be a hormone!

Read on to see how vitamin D helps your reproductive health.