Hormone Tracking

The Hormonal Relationship Between LH, PDG, and HCG

Getting pregnant fast can be trickier than it seems. Care, testing, and patience are key. It is normal for conception to take time, even when it is carefully planned! According to our studies of 3,000 women who are trying to get pregnant, under 50% have been registered as pregnant after 9 months. If you want to get pregnant sooner, it is very important to understand how your fertility hormones correlate to each other and how they can help you get pregnant faster. Three important hormones to know during this process are: 1. Luteinizing hormone (LH): its surge signals that ovulation is...

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How Progesterone (PDG) Tests Can Help You

For a normally fertile women, Progesterone (PDG) rises to the detection high level (5 ng/ml) 5 days AFTER ovulation. This timing is opposite to the LH rises before ovulation day. So, the progesterone test is normally used to double-check that ovulation has occurred.   If you have had any of these symptoms,  Progesterone (PDG)  may help you. You . . . haven’t found any positive ovulation test results at all after several cycles. sometimes find positive ovulation test results during some cycles, but not consistently. have found LH surges lasting longer than 7 days or have found positive ovulation results...

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What Are the Signs of Pregnancy?

A lot of women will feel fatigued, sick, sleepy, moody, or have sore breasts early in pregnancy, before they experience the most obvious sign of pregnancy: a missed period. However, many of these signs and symptoms aren't unique to pregnancy.  So, women who want to know whether or not they are pregnant will use an early pregnancy test. A positive result on a pregnancy test is the most reliable sign of pregnancy.                           How soon can you take a pregnancy test? The simple answer is this: you can take a pregnancy test...

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