How to Get Pregnant Fast

Get Pregnant Fast with Your Premom Chart

  If you already know that the first step to getting pregnant fast is to know if and when you've ovulated, then the Premom app chart is here to help you find out - quickly and accurately.   Through our numerous case studies, we have concluded that double-method ovulation prediction is most effective in helping you successfully find your ovulation time.  (And NOW we have even more options for you!) How does it work? Ovulation happens within 24-48 hours of the LH peak, and BBT spikes 24-48 hours after ovulation. Though LH Tests are the most commonly used ovulation prediction method, basal body...

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How to Get Pregnant Fast

  To get pregnant fast, the most important question is: When do you ovulate? This is when the ovary releases the egg so that it can be potentially fertilized by a sperm cell. The five days leading up to ovulation, ovulation day, and the day after ovulation day are the only days that you can get pregnant. You generally have a higher chance of pregnancy the closer you are to ovulation day. While there are some free ovulation calculators that will give you an estimate of when you ovulate by using some ovulation symptoms that you can monitor, the majority of women will...

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How to Choose Your Own Ovulation Test

There are three basic types of ovulation tests: ovulation strips, digital ovulation tests, and midstream ovulation tests. Determining the best ovulation kit for you is important to your ovulation test experience. How to choose an ovulation test brand depends on your goal and personal preference.  Updated May 1, 2019 

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Efficiency and Accuracy Both Matter: Ovulation and Period Tracking

Studies show that the majority of women from ages 20 to 45 use a period tracker app to keep up with their health status and fertility tracking. An ovulation tracker app is just as important as a period tracker app. Tracking these two important signs of ovulation together will help you greatly improve both your accuracy and efficiency. Why? The key reason is because a normal woman’s luteal phase (the phase after ovulation day till the next period day) will naturally be the same number of days, not fluctuating even one day. Here is how they are interrelated: Next Ovulation...

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