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Knowing when you are going to begin ovulation can be determined by using fertility kits. While trying to have a baby can be one of the most exciting times you can have, it can also be one of the most frustrating, especially when you seem to keep trying for months and months and aren’t getting pregnant. You should know, however, that studies have shown that one out of every two couples tries to conceive at the wrong time of the month. Hence, knowing when you are most fertile will certainly increase your chances of becoming pregnant.

Choosing Among Fertility Kits

For the most part, indicators that a woman is at her most fertile time of the month include an increase in basal body temperature, an increase in the luteinizing hormone (LH), a slippery open cervix position, and an increased level of salt or saline in the saliva. Now as far as fertility kits go, you basically have two major types, one that tests a woman’s LH levels and the other that tests the amount of saline in the saliva. Each of these two types of fertility kits has benefits as well as drawbacks and tends to be chosen based on cost and accuracy. For the most part, the fertility kits that test for saline in the saliva tend to be the better choice.

The purpose of using a fertility monitor kit is, of course, to predict ovulation. It should be noted that this can never be done with 100% surety. Only an endometrial biopsy performed by a doctor or a very very powerful microscope can truly determine when ovulation has begun. That being said, when using a fertility monitor kit, it should be noted that they are most accurate when used the same time of day, each day, and best in the morning before you consume a lot of fluids. Fertility monitor kits allow you to track your ovulation times from one month to the next. While some people like to track their body temperature and cervix positioning, fertility kits can be a lot more convenient and easier in determining ovulation.


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