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Period cycle calculator, ovulation and some fertility humor

By TTC warrior, Jennifer Jay Palumbo If you’re one of the “newbies” who has just started down the ‘Trying to Conceive Path’ or have recently learned you may have an infertility...

Charting your Cycle – What You Need to Know

Keeping track of your menstrual cycle is often referred to as fertility charting and is an easy, useful method of helping to understand your reproductive health. Here, we look at how it can help you monitor...

Learning a whole new language when TTC

When you have been TTC for a while, life can feel like you are living in a bubble. Achieving those two blue lines can become all consuming and you can find yourself immersed in Facebook groups and forums...

Our Babble Fertility Shop offers carefully selected products handpicked for your fertility journey

Click here to visit our shop! For months now I have been researching the right products to feature in the new Babble Fertility Shop. The brief from Sara and Tracey was clear…everything in the store must...

Join our community. The Pineapple app connects you with others TTC who understand

Find a TTC buddy today Connect with others TTC. Share stories with others who are going through the same and understand. Ask questions, access experts, join groups and much more. We’re all here for you...

All about ovulation

What is ovulation?

Simply put, ovulation is the part of your cycle when an egg is released from one of your ovaries. If it meets with sperm, the egg may become fertilized and result in pregnancy. If this egg is not fertilised, it is...

When does ovulation occur?

If you’re trying to get pregnant, you need to know when you ovulate. In most people with a 28-day cycle, ovulation occurs roughly around day 14. However, many factors can affect the length of your cycle, and some months...

All about ovulation

What is Ovulation? Ovulation is the time in your cycle when one of your ovaries releases an egg. If it is met with sperm, it can result in fertilisation and pregnancy, but if it is not fertilised, it’s absorbed into...

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