ANOVULATION

Anovulation is the term used for a menstrual cycle in which there is no ovulation. In other words, you still experience bleeding even though you did not release an egg or ovulate. It is normal for these cycles to occur occasionally throughout your childbearing years. However, when experienced on a frequent basis, the result is difficulty conceiving. The number one cause of anovulation is hormonal imbalance. This can be brought...

WHY SO MANY RED DAYS?

WHY SO MANY RED DAYS? If you are a Lady-Comp user, you are already familiar with its notation system. After you take your temperature each morning, the unit will flash a green light if you are infertile, and a red light if you are fertile. Yellow lights, which should always be treated as red, may be seen during transition days or if your temperature is fluctuating abnormally. Because every woman’s...

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