Women looking to conceive a child but finding it difficult to time their ovulation cycles have found that trial and error was the only choice available. Seeing this problem, Amy, a biologist, has found a solution that gives women a better option than just trial and error. Like many women, Amy had trouble with conception and found nothing available to double check if ovulation had already occurred, so she sought a solution on her own. She invented a test that you can do at home to check your ovulation cycles. There are three hormones involved; estrogen, Luteinizing (LH), and progesterone hormone. The test is simple and involves testing your urine and can be completed in about 5 minutes. Amy explains in more detail on the Youtube video, Ovulation Double Check Campaign, by MFB Fertility LLC.
Key Points of Video:
- 1Pinpointing ovulation times is very difficult for women with irregular cycles.
- 2A new product, test, assists women, who want to conceive, who have irregular cycles, making ovulation times difficult to pinpoint.
- 3The test, potentially available for home use, checks for progesterone, in urine, making it easier for women to assess their ovulation cycles and potentially get pregnant.
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