Monday, December 22, 2014

Planning to Have a Baby? Consider Getting pregnant apps

My best friend had just gotten married recently. Now, everyone around them suddenly becomes too excited for her to conceive. People might just say something casually but somehow puts more pressure to the newlyweds. Keep in kind that the process of getting pregnant isn't always easy for everyone, and because of this, people that are tying to conceive can be sensitive about topics regarding fertility. 

Getting pregnant may not be as difficult as it sounds when a couple knows what to look for in trying to conceive. For women, being able to pinpoint ovulation is one of the first things to do to increase the odds of conceiving. According to, ovulation is when the body releases the egg from the ovary and the time in a woman’s cycle where she’s fertile and ready to conceive. Ovulation can only last in about 2-3 days so being able to catch the egg will give you a boost in getting pregnant. There are several ways nowadays to track ovulation, one is by using an online fertility ovulation. These apps are available online and mobile devices. Most of these apps are free and will just ask for the first day of your last menstrual cycle and how many days your cycle. After that, the app will do the work for you. It will notify you when your next possible ovulation day is. 

Although these apps are very helpful, they may not be as great to those with irregular cycles. If you are having irregular period, use another tool to track your ovulation. You may use an Ovulation predictor kit (OPK), a Basal body thermometer or check your cervical mucus. Visit Pregnancy Tips at to know more ways on how to track your ovulation. 

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