Trying to ConceiveFertilityTTC healthWellness
Knowing how to track ovulation is extremely useful when you’re trying to conceive. It helps you narrow down the relatively small fertile window in your cycle to maximise the chances of getting pregnant. Knowing how to track your ovulation is also a useful approach for avoiding pregnancy, as a form of natural family planning – although this is far from failsafe! But before you dash out to buy some ovulation test strips and eagerly await a positive ovulation test, it’s helpful to get to grips with the principles of ovulation tracking. 

Fertility awareness

Despite us being familiar with the regularity, or irregularity, of our menstrual cycles since puberty, many of us were not taught exactly when we are fertile, how long for, or how to know that we are. If you’re trying to get pregnant, this can mean that your chances of hitting the target and making a bundle of joy are left to luck. 
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