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Conception 101

This article has been medically reviewed by Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh, host of the Egg Whisperer Show. Your body is amazing - and if you know what signs to look for, it can tell you when you are most fertile. First, let's start with tha...
The biggest challenge most women face over the age of 40 is egg quality and ovulation. Fertility doctors will typically run some blood tests and do a pelvic ultrasound - during the consultation - to assess your potential challenges tryi...
Our periods are important to track when trying to conceive. Your "cycle" is from the beginning of your period to the beginning of the next period. During this cycle your body should release an egg, typically around cycle day 14. When it...
The world of fertility is full of confusing acronyms, science-y words, and jargon. Here are a few of the most commonly used terms and acronyms you may come across when TTC (trying to conceive), and what they mean in plain English. If yo...
Whether you want to learn more about fertility or are looking for some tools and advice to help you during the conception process, the sheer amount of information and options can be overwhelming. Here are some books, apps, and tools tha...
Many women find it helpful to track their cycle by charting their changes, and the most common thing to chart is your basal body temperature (or BBT — see our glossary for more fertility acronyms).  If you are into data, this might be y...
It's tough to hear that your eggs are aging and depleting faster than you are. If you have visited a doctor, after fertility testing (including blood tests and a pelvic ultrasound) you may learn that you have poor egg quality and/or low...
First, don’t be surprised, or ashamed at how much you don’t know. For many of us, the Mosie team included, it’s only when you start trying to get pregnant that you realize you don’t know as much as you thought about your body and how co...
If you are like me, and I consider myself like most women, you probably have no idea where your cervix is located. I have to admit, before trying to conceive (aka TTC — see our glossary for common fertility acronyms), I truly had no ...
Checking your temperature to monitor your cycle is frequently called "charting" your cycle. You do this by checking your temperature every morning as soon as your rise, before you get out of bed. This is known as your Basal Body Tempera...
If you haven’t heard, making friends with your cervix is a great thing to do when you’re trying to get pregnant. But how do you find your cervix?  First of all, it will take a few tries. Forget about figuring out what your cervical mu...
The fertility journey can be long and frustrating — after all, you only have a few fertile days each month, and if you miss them, you have to wait a whole other month. While there aren’t really any true shortcuts, there are a few things...

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