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Choice Mom Eguide: Detecting Ovulation

There is nothing more maddening than thinking that your own body and its monthly cycles should give you great insight about when is the right day to try to conceive. But… we tend to learn that it is easier to say "no" to pregnancy than to say "yes." The reproductive aspects of our body are more mysterious than we thought.

What you might not know about ovulation

We know that it is essential to understand your ovulation schedule in order to pinpoint the short window of success for insemination timing. But women often learn — late in the process — that temperature charting and ovulation detection kits don’t always tell you what is important for you to know.

How do I detect my ovulation?

Because the time, expense and emotional investment of fertility treatment are significant, ovulation detection is important work. That’s why I’ve created the Choice Mom E-guide to Detecting Ovulation ($2.95) — 16 pages of expert insight specifically about ovulation detection methods. It includes fertility experts who explain what is happening during our monthly cycle, how to…

Choice Mom EGUIDES

Thanks to your support, as well as Choice Mom-friendly advertisers and sponsors, we are able to provide extensive insights in our growing Choice Mom E-guide series. “Retrospective: 18 Years as a Choice Mom,” ($4.99, 50 pages, 2017), what I’ve learned from my kids, and thousands of single mothers by choice along the way   FREE (use “add…

Want to understand fertility?

There is so much more to fertility than we were ever taught in sex education, particularly for women over the age of 35. There are numerous questions that you’ll find answered on this website. Such as, how do you: Understand the timing of ovulation Choose a doctor Learn about fertility drugs, including cost comparisons Contemplate genetics Consider egg…

EGUIDE on LGBTQ Families: Are the Kids All Right?

“It is commonly assumed that the more a family deviates from the norm of the traditional two-parent heterosexual family, the greater the risks to the psychological well-being of the children. But is this really the case?” — Susan Golombok, long-time researcher of non-traditional and LGBTQ families Years ago I had the pleasure of talking with students at…