Trying to Fall Pregnant?
Timing is everything when trying to get pregnant!
Monitoring your Ovulation
The best time to get pregnant is when you are ovulating. Ovulation occurs around the middle of the menstrual cycle.
If the average length is 28 days, then 14 days into the menstrual cycle is ovulation day.
Every women is different and menstrual cycles can vary between months, causing many couples to miss the fertile window by having intercourse at the wrong time.
When the ovary releases the egg it is picked up by the fallopian tube. For a conception to occur there needs to be intercourse and sperm in adequate numbers capable of swimming and fertilising the egg within the fallopian tube.
After intercourse, sperm can survive for 3 days in the womb, however the egg survives for only 24 hours. Therefore getting your timing right is important!
Know Your Fertile time!
Predicting your fertile days by guesswork can often be hit and miss – and stressful.
Tracking your ovulation is the best way to pin point your fertile time giving you peace of mind that you have not missed the opportunity. The best method to predict your fertile time of ovulation is detecting The LH Surge. Clinical studies have shown that women with more awareness of their fertile days have an increased chance of becoming pregnant.(1,2)
Ovulation is triggered by a surge of Luteinising hormone (LH) from the pituitary gland. This surge occurs 24 – 36 hours before ovulation and can be tracked accurately in your urine using ovulation tests.
The ConceivepleaseTM One Step LH Urine Ovulation Test can accurately detect your LH surge, and identify when you are most fertile.
Easy to use
Works by detecting the increased surge of Luteinising hormone in your urine.
Use in the privacy of your home
Give you peace of mind you are trying to conceive at your most fertile time.
Each box of the Conceiveplease LH One step ovulation tests contain 5 LH urine test sticks, and is within each of our Conceiveplease Fertility Kits for your use
Other Methods To Monitor Your Ovulation
Measuring the basal body temperature:
Charting your daily basal temperature can help assist in monitoring when you are most fertile. The basal body temperature is the lowest body temperature in a 24 hour period. This is first thing in the morning. The method is to measure your temperature daily starting with the beginning of your menstruation. You require a digital thermometer and a ovulation chart for plotting the temperature.
The ConcepleaseTM Fertility kit contains a digital thermometer and fertility calendar plus the One Step LH Urine Ovulation tests all with easy instructions to help you track and pinpoint your ovulation.
Noticing ovulation symptoms: Some women can notice signs that can help determine whether ovulation is occurring or has occurred, these include;
Mid cycle ovulation pain called Mittelschmerz.
A heightened sense of smell and taste
Everything you need to support a natural conception in one easy to use Fertility Kit!
Wilcox AJ, et al. Timing of sexual intercourse in relation to ovulation. New England Journal of Medicine,Vol 333, 1517-1521
WHO Task Force on Methods for Determination of the Fertile Period. Temporal relationships between ovulation and defined changes in the concentration of plasma estradiol-17, luteinising hormone, follicle stimulating hormone and progesterone. Am J Obstet Gynaecol 1980;138: 383-390