Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking outside your body.

—Elizabeth Stone

Welcome to Check Ovulation!

If you’re looking for tips and tests on how to check ovulation, you’ve come to the right place! Many women, unfortunately, do not know when they’re ovulating, making it difficult for them to determine their fertile window. Our aim is to provide honest reviews and advice on ovulation predictor kits.

Who Am I?

I’m Princila, founder of Check Ovulation and a proud mom of two.

I earned a Doctor of Medicine degree in 2006 at Faculté de Médecine et des Sciences Biomédicales, UY I. I’m also an alumna of James Lind Institute. Just type Princila in the Search box, and my full name will come up. Yeah, I know. My middle and last names are quite hard to pronounce, which is why I always use a pen name.

I worked as a General Practitioner for nearly two years in my home country before moving to Saudi Arabia in March 2008. I underwent training at King Abdulaziz University Hospital, Jeddah, before taking the Saudi Medical Licensing Exam (license no. 10-J-M-0316543) in 2010.

After passing the license exam, I got my first clinical job at Abdul Latif Jameel Hospital for Rehabilitation, Jeddah, where I worked as a Rehab Resident. However, my passion for writing took its toll, and I ended up switching careers to work in the medical publishing industry.

I also have a passion for healthy food, which prompted me to take several online courses in nutrition and health offered by Wageningen University. (I still haven’t completed the courses! Dear me, no time!).

When I’m not writing/editing scientific and medical manuscripts or taking care of my family, I use my free time to research, learn, and write about healthy living. I have also authored a few books in the self-help niche using the pen name PN Murray.

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Why Check Ovulation?

Yes, I have been there: halfway through my cycle but asking myself whether I was ovulating every time I felt a slight pain in my side. Sometimes I was wrong. Well, that was mainly because I was anxious to get pregnant. And it wasn’t like I didn’t know the signs and symptoms of ovulation or that there were tests out there that could give me a more precise idea of how to determine my fertile window. I did, but my judgment was clouded by my impatience to get pregnant.

At Check Ovulation, you’ll find out what you need to know about checking ovulation and how you can boost your fertility. I hope you’ll learn one or two things here. However, I can’t emphasize enough that it is always best to consult your physician if you’re struggling to get pregnant.

Thank you for visiting today. Feel free to share your thoughts by commenting on the blog posts or contacting me here.