Category Archives: Fertility

If our bodies are not pregnant with a child, we may still “birth" (in a different way) each month. I grew up as a pretty typical teenager, as far as my body and connection to it went. The health class instruction on “menstruation” (a word that made everyone laugh) and a dread of when “it”

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Now that I have my very own baby, I find myself here in the postpartum for the first time. There are so many postpartum topics that deserve attention, but the topic of birth control and fertility has come up quite a bit through talking with other postpartum mamas. Now, I don’t love the term “birth

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This isn’t a post about how to chart your fertility, or use fertility awareness to avoid or achieve pregnancy naturally (posts and classes on that in the near future though!). These are four reasons that charting your fertility is awesome, beyond the obvious avoiding/achieving pregnancy aspects. 1. Because it is a super interesting science project.

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The infertility industry is a billion dollar business. With single IVF cycles costing upwards of $12,000, it's a HUGE profit making enterprise. So what if there was a way for women who need help getting pregnant... to do it without drugs, IVF, IUI or surgery? What if there was a way to overcome infertility and

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With all the technological tools out there to help a woman get pregnant, it seems we have forgotten that our bodies have the necessary tools to be our own ovulation calculators! Learning about how the body works, and how exactly pregnancy can be achieved (besides the obvious:) takes some education and may not be as "quick" as using an ovulation calculator. But the rewards of understanding your cycle, and in particular, ovulation, can be very rewarding and help you become successful in getting pregnant.

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