Published on August 11, 2021 | Last updated on August 31, 2021
Have you ever used ovulation predictor kits (OPK’s) to predict when you ovulate? Have you had a good or bad experience of using OPK’s? I am very sceptical of the reliability of this ovulation prediction method and as a result, I don’t recommend them to any of my patients. Here’s why
Published on August 04, 2021 | Last updated on August 31, 2021
If you and your partner have been trying to conceive, it might seem challenging to prioritize TTC while away from the comfort of your home. But fear not, just because you are ready to lounge at the beach, doesn’t mean you can’t still find time for babymaking! Our blog shares some suggestions on how you can prioritize conception while still enjoying a well-deserved vacation.
Published on July 29, 2021 | Last updated on January 26, 2022
As a pre and post-natal fitness instructor, Tami Smith has a passion for exercise and a personal experience with infertility. In this article, Tami shares a few general guidelines for working out while TTC, her personal experiences, and then some gentle, appropriate ways to incorporate exercise into your daily routine.
Published on July 20, 2021 | Last updated on January 26, 2022
Congratulations on starting out on your TTC journey - we are incredibly excited for you! However, we know those first few steps can be a bit confusing and lead to a number of questions. Don’t worry - it is completely normal! That’s why we created a fertility 101 guide to provide a one-stop shop for tips on where to start, how to maximize your chance at becoming pregnant, and how OvuSense can support you. Keep reading to learn more and embark on your exciting new journey.
Published on July 08, 2021 | Last updated on January 26, 2022
Anyone who has experienced the “two-week wait” knows the rollercoaster of emotions that it brings with it. While this can be an incredibly stressful time, eating a balanced, nutrient-dense diet consisting of whole foods is a great way to support your body and manage any anxiety you might be feeling. Keep reading to check out some foods that can be incorporated into your diet to support fertility during this time.
Published on June 30, 2021 | Last updated on January 26, 2022
Whether you’re ready to get pregnant immediately, or simply thinking that you’d like to start trying in the next couple of years, it’s important to take steps now in order to get yourself on track to meet your fertility goals. Luckily, you don’t need to make any drastic changes to help prepare your body to begin baby dancing. Continue reading for some suggestions you can start incorporating into your daily routine today to support your fertility.
Published on June 22, 2021 | Last updated on January 26, 2022
Whether you'd prefer to wait a few years or you are ready to begin your TTC journey today, it's important to prioritize and support your fertility. In this blog, we're discussing some general thought and lifestyle changes you might want to consider in your twenties to make getting pregnant as seamless as possible.
Published on June 09, 2021 | Last updated on January 26, 2022
The OvuSense fertility monitoring family now consists of three solutions designed to support couples no matter where they are on their fertility journey. Learn more about each monitor, and determine which is right for you.
Published on May 12, 2021 | Last updated on January 26, 2022
Clients frequently come to see me for nutrition advice to support their fertility, without a diagnosis on what may be hindering their journey. Unexplained infertility affects as many as 1 in 5 couples struggling with infertility. Often, some simple testing can be hugely beneficial to understand more about what might be going on for couples.
Published on May 07, 2021 | Last updated on January 26, 2022
With the rollout of COVID vaccines across the world and the recent encouragement surrounding the safety of pregnant women receiving them, many women may be feeling more comfortable and confident in their journey to start or continue to grow a family during the pandemic. Continue reading to learn more.