Fertility Facts Ovulation does not occur mid cycle for every woman.

Ovulation Does Not Occur Mid-Cycle For Every Woman

Ovulation can happen at anytime in a cycle and research has shown that more than 70% of women are ovulating outside the traditional view that ovulation occurs mid-cycle.

Too many couples are focussing on this small window period, when in fact ovulation may be occurring before, or after.

Many are also unaware of when they are actually ovulating and some women may in fact not be ovulating at all. This is why it is important to find out by proper monitoring by a trained professional.

Once an egg is release it has but 24 hours to be fertilised, otherwise it will die.

The egg also needs one vital ingredient during this time…… sperm. This is why men need to be evaluated properly, to see that their swimmers can actually swim and fertilise the egg.

This is why couples need to be trying to have sex as much as possible when trying to conceive. Miss having sex in that 24 hours period and then there is no chance until the next cycle.

If you are trying for a baby and not having any success, then it is time to get some real help and some proper evaluations and management around your fertility.

My Fertility Program has helped over 12,500 (plus) babies into the world and it could be the answer to assisting you having your baby as well.

For more information and to book in for the program, please contact my friendly staff on +61 07 38328369, or email info@drandreworr.com.au, or contact by the online form on the website.

You can also book a meet and greet appointment prior to joining the program (to find out more information) and we do see couples locally, interstate and from overseas.

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