Achieving Pregnancy

Achieving Pregnancy

Have you been trying to conceive but are unable to become pregnant?

Did you know that a woman ovulates once a month and that peak moment of fertility can occur on a different day from cycle to cycle?

Did you know that it is possible to bleed every 28-35 days and not have ovulated?

It is not the bleeding that is the sign of fertility but rather the ovulation. Ovulation can be determined through sensations felt at the vulva (opening of the vagina) throughout the day and visual confirmation of cervical mucus discharged. A simple charting of the days observations provide a record for women to look back over and get acquainted with the patters of their fertility. No temperature taking or internal checking needs to occur to correctly identify peak fertility each cycle.

Here is a brief easy to understand video on how ovulation and conception occurs:

Through proper charting a woman can identify prime time for love making to encourage conception of a child. Proper charting gives women an understanding of what their hormones are doing throughout the cycle and provides clues to understand if not conceiving is due to lack of ovulation each month. If we find that a woman is not ovulating we can then counsel on gentle lifestyle adjustments to bring her body into natural alignment so she can conceive.

For more information on learning how to track your cycles or to set up an appointment with Franchesca to learn the Billings Method Of Tracking Ovulation contact her at (831) 334-4244 or Bluelotusfertility@gmail.com

Cost for fertility education is $350 and covers your class (online home study course available), all charting materials, and as many followups as the woman/couple needs to feel comfortable with using the method.

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