Learn how to properly chart and manage your fertility cycle to increase your chances of conception.
Learn how to properly manage and organize your cycle and fertility data.
Learn tools and tricks to increase your chances of becoming pregnant by charting and other methods.
Learn what early pregnancy signs to look for and how to best assess pregnancy on your fertility chart.
Learn how to identify the common signs of early pregnancy as seen on your fertility chart.
Learn how to interpret non-ideal fertility chart patterns to better target ovulation.
Learn more about variations in fertility charts and how to interpret your BBT results.
Learn how a woman’s unique fertility pattern may differ than the ideal pattern.
Learn how to record, recognize, and read fertility charts that may not be ideal.
Familiarize yourself with fertility charting patterns and understand how knowing your fertility days can increase your odds of becoming pregnant.
Learn what characteristics to look for in the ideal fertility chart and what having a non-ideal chart could mean.
Learn how to identify your fertility symptoms and track your menstrual cycle to determine when ovulation has occurred.
Learn how you can detect ovulation by interpreting your BBT and other signs recorded on your fertility chart.
Learn about the importance of proper chart data and how to interpret this data to distinguish ideal ovulation patterns.
Learn more about ovulation, menstrual cycles, and how fertility charting can help you pinpoint when you will ovulate.
Learn how to recognize and chart secondary fertility signs, such as breast tenderness, abdominal pain, and intermenstrual bleeding.
Learn how to properly use fertility monitors, kits, and devices to determine and chart fertility.
Learn how to observe and chart the position, firmness, and openness of your cervix.
Learn how to check your cervical position, openness, and firmness to detect ovulation.
There are certain factors that could influence your basal body temperature (BBT).
Learn how to take and chart your basal body temperature (BBT) each day to detect ovulation.
When you ovulate, hormone changes cause an increase in your basal body temperature. Learn how to track and chart your BBT.
Learn how to check your cervical fluid both internally and externally, as well as how to chart it.
Cervical fluids and your fertility are closely linked. By tracking cervical fluid changes, you can better determine when you will ovulate.
Learn more about female hormones and how they produce a variety of fertility signs.
Learn more about what hormones drive your cycle and where in the body these hormones are created.
Learn how to identify your menstrual cycle phases and how to use this information to track your BBT.
Calculating your fertile window can increase your odds of getting pregnant. Follow this lesson plan to better understand the “fertile window”.