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Did you know that approximately 11% of US women up to age 44 have difficulty conceiving or carrying a child to term? That’s a HUGE percent when you’re talking about medical conditions. Think about that. More than 1 in 10! As part of that 11%, I know just how devastating infertility is on every aspect of your life.
It took me six very long, very difficult years to conceive my son. Back then, my method of tracking my cycles, temperatures and fertile days consisted of a pen and paper. It wasn’t the best system, especially for someone like me who has difficulty processing data in her mind. I’m all right brain. Creative and imaginative but a total disaster with numbers.
I would have done backflips of joy if I had OvulationCalendar.com to help me. It’s not only incredibly easy to use, it’s also by far the best tool of its kind that I’ve ever seen.
What makes OvulationCalendar.com different?
First of all, it’s free. Absolutely free, as in “no credit card required” free. Not a free trial. Free. Now, for a free ovulation calendar, I thought maybe they’d just let you put in the date of your last period and call it a day.
Let me tell you, this is by far one of the most complete ovulation calendar and fertility trackers that I’ve ever seen. It’s definitely the most complete tracker that you can use free of charge. Exactly what can you track with OvulationCalendar.com, beyond the basics like the date of your last cycle, how long it lasted, how heavy it was? Each day, you can also track:
- Your basal body temperature
- Important details about your cervix (mucus consistency, firmness, position)
- Whether or not you had sex that day.
- Your moods
- Your weight, diet and level of physical fitness activity
- Health symptoms (did you have a migraine? Cramps? Nausea?)
OvulationCalendar.com even asks you how long you slept last night! If that’s not enough, you have space for your own personal daily diary. When you’re done filling in your daily information, OvulationCalendar.com takes you back to your dashboard. There, you can see your most fertile days, get tips on whether you should do the baby dance (that’s TTC talk for “have sex”) and even see when to expect your next cycle to start.
Obviously, OvulationCalendar.com doesn’t know your entire medical history. It’s not a replacement for your doctor or fertility specialist. It is, however, an amazing tool to use alongside your doctor’s recommendations. Back when I was trying for years, I kept a log BECAUSE my doctor recommended it.
One more thing that makes OvulationCalendar.com so special is the incredibly diverse team behind it. From expert data analysts to fertility specialists to moms who have been on the long road to fertility themselves, it’s obvious that a pretty passionate team goes into creating this incredible fertility tracking tool. They’ve set out to make the most accurate fertility prediction system available. From what I can see, they’re succeeding.
Sign up for FREE at OvulationCalendar.com and start tracking your cycles.
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