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Saliva Ovulation Prediction Microscopes
Frequently Asked Questions:

When does ovulation usually occur?
Why do I need a Saliva Ovulation Prediction Microscope?
Can knowing when I am fertile affect the sex of my baby?
How often should I use a Saliva Ovulation Prediction Microscope?
What is the difference between the models of Saliva Ovulation Prediction Microscopes?
I know that I can get pregnant at any time, but when is conception most likely?
The Fertility Cycle?
Fertile Time?
Likelihood of Conception?

When does ovulation usually occur?
The monthly fertility cycle of ovulating women (not menopausal) starts at the beginning of the first day of the menstruation period (when spotting or bleeding first appears) and ends on the first day of the following menstruation period. Ovulation usually occurs around the middle of the menstrual cycle (the twelfth to fourteenth day), but can occur at almost any time. Each cycle is unique and depends on many physical factors including age, metabolic rate, hormone levels, overall health and physical activity (to name a few). It is this uniqueness of each cycle that requires close attention and tracking for optimizing identification of the fertility window or ovulation.

Why do I need a Saliva Ovulation Prediction Microscope?
Reliance on averages or guessing isnít good enough for women serious about achieving (or avoiding) pregnancy. Because your body is unique, you cannot rely on "usual" or "average" predictions. Saliva Ovulation Prediction Microscopes will enable you to learn when you are actually ovulating, and to make wise decisions about your own body.

Can knowing when I am fertile affect the sex of my baby?
In addition to letting you know when you are fertile, there is some slight statistical indication that the time of intercourse may, occasionally, have some effect on the sex of the baby. For example:
Female - Slightly more females are conceived when intercourse takes place three or four days before ovulation.
Male - Slightly more males are conceived when intercourse takes place during ovulation , or no more than one to two days prior to ovulation.

How often should I use a Saliva Ovulation Prediction Microscope?
Daily and at approximately the same time each morning. Usually on arising and before consumption of any food or water. Smoking should also be avoided prior to testing as the chemicals present alter saliva. By using a Saliva Ovulation Prediction Microscope daily for the first few months and keeping a careful record of your test results, you will learn the changing patterns and timing of your unique fertility cycle.

What is the difference between the ?
Quality of components, construction and optics. While all models are based on the same technology, each type of microscope employs different construction, size, optical quality, magnification power and method of use. Since the end test results should be basically identical with all models, selection becomes a matter of preference. Additionally, overall quality of components generally tend to correlate with ease of use and successful results. Often women finding difficulty with using one model have success using a different model. Portability, size, discreetness in use can also be of varying importance. Obviously cost is reflected in the quality of components used in each model.

 I know that I can get pregnant at any time, but when is conception most likely?

Highly likely - From three days before ovulation to one day after ovulation
Quite likely - Three to four days before ovulation
Likely - Five days before ovulation, or one to two days after ovulation
Not likely - More than five days before ovulation, or more than two days after ovulation

The Fertility Cycle
The average fertility cycle for ovulating women starts at the beginning of one menstrual period (day 1) continuing through mid-point ovulation (day 12-14) and ending at the start of the following menstrual period (day 28). Ovulation is an egg moving from an ovary and into a fallopian tube. If the egg is not fertilized, after it has passed through the fallopian tube it is discarded by the body during the next menstrual period. If an egg is fertilized by sperm, conception has occurred and the resulting embryo may, after passing on through the fallopian tube, attach to a wall of the uterus. When a fertilized egg successfully attaches to a wall of the uterus, a pregnancy has begun.

Fertile Time
Sperm from the male are capable of fertilizing an egg starting from the time of ejaculation and continuing, with diminishing effectiveness, for up to five more days. Eggs from the female can be fertilized starting from the time of ovulation and continuing, with diminishing effectiveness, for a period of one to two days only.

Likelihood of Conception
It is never certain when conception will occur at any given time in the fertility cycle. It is only less likely or more likely that conception may occur. The likelihood of conception depends on when sexual intercourse (with ejaculation) takes place, in relation to when ovulation takes place.

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