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Three Ways Science Can Help You With Fertility

By Momatlast @momatlast

Couples struggling with infertility now have more options than ever to conceive. Modern technology offers simple solutions to tracking your fertility that you can use at home, in addition to in-office procedures like in vitro fertilization. You can begin your journey to conception using these three simple resources.
three ways science can help you with infertility
Saliva Testing for Fertility

Ovulation prediction has never been easier than today. You can use your saliva to predict the days that you are most fertile each month using a saliva ovulation microscope. This tool helps you record hormonal changes by monitoring the salinity, or saltiness, of your saliva. When the saliva has crystallized particles, you know that you have experience the estrogen surge that is common right before ovulation. When combined with other ovulation tracking methods, digital microscopes can help you track your fertility to the exact day of the month when you are most fertile.

Fertility Monitors

Digital fertility monitors take the guesswork out of knowing when you have ovulated. Current models use your own personal body fluctuations to determine which days of the month are most fertile by setting a baseline for salinity over the course of several weeks use. Digital fertility monitors work in just five seconds and maintains a calendar that you can check to track monthly cycles. This option is ideal for women who have irregular cycles. Since the device tracks your cycles and stores the information, you don’t have to worry about keeping a record yourself. You can also use the digital fertility monitor with a vaginal wand to confirm the hormonal changes detected in your saliva.

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