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    You are Unique and So is Your Cycle. Most women believe that ovulation occurs close to the 14th day of their cycle. This assumption is incorrect… Read More
    You are Unique and So is Your Cycle. Most women believe that ovulation occurs close to the 14th day of their cycle. This assumption is incorrect as ovulation varies from woman to woman and the cycle is controlled by the individual hormone levels. In fact, 46% of menstrual cycles vary by seven or more days. Estrogen, a key fertility hormone, starts rising 3-4 days before ovulation while LH (Luteinizing Hormone) rises 24-36 hours before ovulation. These two hormones are excellent predictor of your fertile days. Understanding your fertile days will take you closer to your dream of having a baby. Read Less
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