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Find out when you’re fertile with our ovulation calculator

Finding out when you ovulate will significantly increase your chances of getting pregnant so why not use our free ovulation calculator to find out!Just enter the first day of your last period and how long your cycle usually lasts (anywhere from 20 to 45 days) and we'll let you know when you're most likely to be fertile. Click here for pregnancy tips and the Ovulation CalculatorInformation about Conceive Plus If you have just started trying to get pregnant or have been [...]

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CONCEIVE PLUS® TESTIMONIAL – We used Conceive Plus twice in one ovulation and I became pregnant.

Thank you Hannah for sharing your Conceive Plus testimonial ! "I'd like to share my story with you all. I am a little over 200 lbs and I didn't lose any weight before conceiving. My Obgyn also told me I needed to lose weight. But I'm 31 years old and my husband is 47 years old. We tried to conceive for 12 years with no luck. As you know with pcos your menstrual cycle can be very irregular. So my [...]

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What You Need to Know about Ovulation When Trying to Conceive

When trying to conceive, your first step to success should be to get in sync with your ovulation cycle. Understanding how ovulation works will help you plan your path to pregnancy and conceive sooner. We've prepared some important facts about ovulation to help you on your way sooner. How does ovulation work? Each month, your ovaries release a single egg. The process starts with the production of estrogen and other hormones, which stimulate your ovaries’ follicles and get your body ready [...]

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Understanding Your Ovulation Cycle and Falling Pregnant

If you’re ready to start trying to conceive, understanding your ovulation cycle can be key to falling pregnant. It’s a good idea to revisit some of your high school biology and learn the ins and outs of the menstrual cycle, ovulation and ultimately conceiving.A female is born with just under half a million eggs already stored within her ovaries. During puberty, generally between the ages of ten and fourteen, a girl will start her periods. Every month, a ripened [...]

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Variations In Your Body Temperature During the course of Ovulation

It is possible to determine your most fertile days when you are ovulating by measuring your body's temperature. During ovulation your system's average temperature increases and this spike will point out that you are ovulating and will also suggest your most fertility periods. Charting ovulation particularly useful when you are trying to get pregnant and wish to know your most fertile days to raise your chances of conceiving.To help you arrive at an accurate reading you will need to [...]

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Tips to conceive a baby boy or a girl

If you wish to conceive and have a gender preference for your future baby, you will be glad to know that advice and tips exist that could have an impact on having a boy or a girl. Timing First of all; timing is crucial. According to research, the girl chromosome - X, has a tendency of travelling slower than the boy chromosome - Y. For this reason, if you want to conceive either a boy or a girl, this first step [...]

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Conceived by Conceive Plus – 2 months old

" 2 months old" testimonial “Conceived by Conceive Plus !  2 months old. I used it in May last year and found out I was pregnant in June!” I.B, Facebook, April 11 2016 Pregnancy tips to help you conceive The time to start working toward a healthy pregnancy is before you conceive. If you are trying to get pregnant quick, our pregnancy tips are good start to get your body ready for conception process. Read more here More about Conceive Plus If you have just started [...]

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Basics On How To Get Pregnant Conveniently

If one has been hoping to get pregnant, this is far-reaching and can’t be left to luck. For some couples getting pregnant is as easy as just talking about it while for others, it takes courage, patience and maybe some luck if it happens. Whatever the case is if it’s going to happen there is what is requisite for the pregnancy to take place. Here are some of the important things one needs to know and some of the [...]

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Cervical Fluid Types and Role in Reproduction and Fertility

Cervical Fluid, also known as cervical mucus, is the fluid produced by the crypts of the cervix during a woman’s menstrual cycle. Throughout the menstrual cycle, the cervical fluid is changing as a response to ovarian hormones and it is observable at the cervix or as it passes into the vagina. The Role of Cervical Fluid in Reproduction and Fertility Charts Cervical fluid plays an important role in reproduction and also in fertility charts. In reproduction, the main function of cervical [...]

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Busting 27 Fertility Myths

Myth 1: I WILL GET PREGNANT AS SOON AS WE STOP USING BIRTH CONTROLYou just stopped using your birth control and your period started immediately coming month after month. This, however, is not a guarantee that you will get pregnant right away. For the majority of couples, getting pregnant doesn’t happen the first month they try to conceive. Studies show that healthy couples only have a 1 in 4 chance of conceiving in any given cycle. Still, our little trick [...]

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