Release of an egg (aka ovulation) 🥚 ➡️ is closely tied to changes in cervical fluid. This means that you can predict ovulation with up to 95% confidence by keeping track of your cervical fluid.See here to learn more about how charting your fertile signs could help you.
Ovulation: A sign of health!
The occurrence of ovulation in our menstrual cycles should start from when we are teens through our reproductive lives until we reach menopause. For ovulation to happen, a series of coordinated hormonal events need to take place. Clearly to conceive you need to ovulate but lets look at this from a health point of view … Continue reading Ovulation: A sign of health!
What is a LUF?
A Luteinized Unruptured Follicle (LUF) is where the egg grows in the maturing follicle normally and the follicle becomes a corpus luteum as normal, hormone levels and everything about the cycle can appear normal BUT the egg does not release from the follicle and remains trapped inside it. LUFs can therefore be a major reason … Continue reading What is a LUF?
Stress and your cycle
Acute stress triggers at various times in your life are inevitable such as moving house, bereavement, illness or a new job. Your body has incredible ways to protect you when stress comes upon you and one of those ways is to stop you ovulating as it knows that it would not be a … Continue reading Stress and your cycle
Can I be fertile on my period?
"Can I be fertile on my period?" The answer may come as a surprise but the answer is YES.🙅♀️👍 This is not to say you always will be but once in a while you could have an early ovulation and start to have cervical mucus during the last days of your period which means you … Continue reading Can I be fertile on my period?
When do you Ovulate?
Did you know that ovulation only occurs on day 14 in 13.5% of cycles? Wow! This is a shocking revelation. So many of us believe this myth that day 14 is when ovulation will occur when in reality this is rarely the case. Discovering this missing piece of the jigsaw can make a … Continue reading When do you Ovulate?