Grab a tea, get cosy, and welcome! Here we chat about everything from hormones and cycle health to getting pregnant with Fertility Awareness.
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5 Reasons You’re Not Getting a Positive LH Test!

So, you’ve entered the world of LH testing, eager to properly understand your fertile window and boost your chances of getting pregnant or avoid pregnancy ...
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5 Things I Wish I’d Known Sooner When TTC

The journey to pregnancy (or TTC) can be a rollercoaster of emotions and experiences. For many, it’s not as simple as just deciding to conceive. ...
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Painful Periods Are Not Normal : 3 Hacks for Improvement

Period pain is something many women experience every month, but it’s not something that should be dismissed as just a normal part of being a ...
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Are Endocrine Disruptors Ruining Your Fertility?

Taking steps to reduce exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDC’s) is crucial for maintaining optimal hormonal health and fertility. This is a top priority for all ...
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6 Fertile Days : The Secret to Mastering Them

Have you ever wondered exactly where your fertile days are in your menstrual cycle? Or perhaps you’ve been through the struggle of trying to conceive ...
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Chart Your Cycles to Get Pregnant Quicker

Are you eager to start or expand your family? If so, the fertility awareness method (FAM) could be the missing piece in your journey to ...
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PCOS Awareness Month: a Complex Women’s Health Condition

September shines a spotlight on PCOS Awareness Month—a dedicated time to amplify awareness about Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, a condition that significantly impacts many women during ...
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5 Daily Habits to Promote Hormone Balance

Hormones are the body’s chemical messengers, orchestrating countless vital processes. For women, hormonal balance is especially crucial, affecting everything from mood and energy levels to ...
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Does Low AMH Mean I Won’t Be Able To Conceive Naturally?

At the beginning of a woman’s reproductive life, AHM is higher & as we age, the levels typically slowly decline. AMH is indeed a valuable ...
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The Importance of Progesterone

Progesterone, a vital reproductive hormone, plays a crucial role in pregnancy and offers a multitude of benefits for a woman’s overall health and well-being. While ...
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What’s the deal with estrogen?

Estrogen is often given a bad rap, we usually hear about estrogen and the role it can play in increasing the chances of some cancers, ...
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Is a luteal phase defect stopping you from getting pregnant?

A short luteal phase, or luteal phase deficiency remains one of the most common reasons for infertility in couples. The good news is that charting ...
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Cervical Mucus: The Secret to Knowing if You’re Fertile

Cervical mucus is a natural secretion, and tracking and observing your cervical mucus can give you a good indication of your overall health and fertility. ...
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Reasons Why You May Not Be Ovulating

(and Why it’s Important to Know) If you’re like me, you were probably brought up to believe that your period is the main event of ...
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Overcoming Infertility

When it comes to overcoming infertility, in my opinion, there is no silver bullet. Many supplement manufacturers and people in TTC forums might paint a ...
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“Hannah was absolutely amazing! No answer left unturned. If she was unsure, she would research and find out the answer for me. I am 100% more confident in charting and knowing my cervical mucus. 10/10 would recommend.”
– Megan
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