Aah... there is something about the clean slate of a new year don't you think? New chances, new goals, new plans, new grace, new faith. Have you decided to start trying to conceive in 2018? Or have you been trying for a while and are you ready for a new start? Well then, grab your favorite list app, your calendar & your filofax, and let's get into these 5 fertility New Year's resolutions!
The day 21 progesterone test is a one-size-fits all that fits only a few... Have you had poor results? Are you considering to get the test done? Let me tell you in this video why this test may not be for you and what your alternatives are. Check out the charting gallery to see the … Continue reading Day 21 progesterone test is USELESS
My dad is an engineer... and he sure has passed his genes on to me! I like to measure measure measure. So although of course I love it when patients come back to me with symptoms improved, I really get excited when I see their hormone levels are improving by checking out their charts! Now … Continue reading The proof is in the pudding: fertility charts pre- and post-homeopathy.
In my opinion ovulation tests are really useful when charting your cycle. The thing is that many fancy (digital) ovulation tests are pretty expensive to use cycle after cycle. I am therefore a big fan of the simple dipstick LH tests with nothing more than a test line and control line. So in this post: … Continue reading How to use the cheaper option ovulation tests: LH strips
So you are ready to start charting but as you tell your fertility savvy friend that you'll just use the good old thermometer in your medicine cabinet, she looks at you with horror. Of cooourse you should not be using that silly thing, you need a “BBT” thermometer. You laugh, hide your confusion, and say “I was just kidding silly”. As soon as she hits the bathroom you grab your phone and search “BBT thermometer” and you find this post.. I'm with you girl! You'll know what to get before she's back!
An important aspect of fertility charting, is of course the thermometer! At first you may think it is as easy as sticking a thermometer in your mouth, and although that is basically it, as you go along some questions may be popping into your head. In this blog post I am answering 5 of the … Continue reading Top 5 questions about taking your temperature when charting.
“It is so weird to be in this phase of my cycle and this many DPO (days past ovulation) with no bleeding! I'm thrilled!”, Anna wrote me only one cycle after starting her remedies. Having suffered with many early miscarriages, lengthening her luteal phase was vital.
Pretty much all women should be charting their menstrual cycle and in this video I explain why! https://youtu.be/0Kpmrm5I08o Are you enthusiastic now? Good! You can start to chart in 5 easy lessons. Sign up to the FREE Basics to Fertility Charting course.
A patient in her 40s that was given up by her doctors because of severely scarred Fallopian tubes, fell pregnant on homeopathic treatment.