Seven Common Myths About At-Home Fertility Tests

The fertility tracking and conception market is flooded with testing options. Now, you can buy an at-home fertility test kit that can predict your fertile period or a kit that can assess your partner’s sperm count. However, there are several misconceptions regarding the use of these test kits. This post will look at common myths about […]

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Can Ovulation Make You Bloated?

If your average menstrual cycle is between 21 and 28 days, you may experience mild bloating around days 11 to 14. If your cycle is longer cycle, i.e., 35 days on average, you may feel bloated at around day 21 of your cycle. In general, bloating occurs before or around the time when you ovulate and […]

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Where to Buy At-Home Fertility Tests in Saudi Arabia

You can track ovulation by using an ovulation predictor kit or fertility monitor. These fertility tools take the guess work out of timing intercourse to help you determine when you are most fertile and, consequently, help maximize your chances of getting pregnant. However, when I was working in the clinical setting, I noticed that many women […]

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What Are Evaporation Lines on a Pregnancy Test?

Pregnancy tests were designed to be user-friendly and accurate. However, things sometimes don’t work as expected. In some instances, you may have evaporation lines on a pregnancy test, making it difficult for you to tell whether the result is positive or not. Irrespective of whether you are trying to get pregnant or avoid a pregnancy, it can […]

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Can You Exercise While Trying to Get Pregnant?

Previously, women were excluded from athletic activities because people had concerns about the negative impact of exercise on fertility. Did you know that in 2009 women were prevented from ski jumping at the 2010 Winter Olympics and some people argued that the myth of the falling uterus justifies why women shouldn’t be allowed to ski jump? If […]

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