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Bone Health for Women

In the U.S., women are affected by osteoporosis, with 80% of osteoporosis patients being females, and about half of women aged 50+ will suffer a fracture due to osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is characterized by a gradual reduction of bone density, resulting in brittle bones that can easily fracture when subjected to external forces. Bone health needs to be taken seriously by all women.

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How Many Days Post Ovulation (DPO) Can You Test Positive?

Waiting is often tormenting when people are trying to conceive. Each cycle brings anticipation, hope, and sometimes disappointment. In the midst of this roller coaster of emotions, understanding the right timing of taking a pregnancy test is crucial.

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What is Perimenopause: Symptoms and Treatment

Perimenopause, as the name suggests, is the pre-menopausal period when your body slowly transitions to menopause, which usually lasts between 2-10 years. Menopause marks the end of your childbearing years when estrogen levels in your body gradually decline and your ovaries stop releasing eggs. Symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes, sleep problems, and vaginal dryness can also occur intermittently during the pre-menopausal period.

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Can You Get Pregnant on Your Period?

One of the most common questions about pregnancy and menstruation is whether it is possible to conceive during your period. Although conventional wisdom suggests that this is unlikely to happen, some people do in fact get pregnant during their periods. In this article, we will talk about the possibility of conception during menstruation and what causes this to happen.

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What is Normal FSH Level?

Pregnancy requires a balance between various hormones, and a healthy journey of TTC and pregnancy requires a great deal of effort from the woman to regulate her body and maintain normal levels of various hormones. FSH is one of the most important hormones, its main function is to stimulate the follicles to produce eggs.

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What Causes Spotting Before Periods?

Spotting before periods, though is a common occurrence among menstruating individuals, can be an early indicator of certain health conditions. Understanding the underlying causes of this symptom can help you gain a better understanding of what is happening to your body and react to it in a right way.

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Things You Need to Know about Ovulation Tracking Devices

BBT Tracking is a widely used conventional method for women to manage their menstrual cycle and prepare for pregnancy. Many measurements can be used to track basal body temperature, oral measurement is the most common, most people consider oral measurement as basal body temperature tracking equally, but in fact, oral measurement is just one of the methods, the other methods include wrist temperature measurement, and finger temperature measurement, which is the most convenient way. Thus, the smart ring has become an innovative solution for simplifying the process of fertility tracking.

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Why Can't I Get Pregnant? 7 Possible Reasons

For many individuals or couples, bringing new life into the world is a wonderful and natural desire. However, the fertility journey is not always as easy as you would like it to be. Some people may find themselves getting pregnant quickly after trying, while others may encounter challenges that make them wonder, "Why can't I get pregnant?"

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What is LH Hormone? Effects of it on Pregnancy

Luteinizing Hormone (LH) is a chemical in the body, essentially a glycoprotein hormone that is released by our pituitary gland at the same time as FSH, which prepares the follicle to release the egg, and LH, which stimulates the ovaries to release the egg, ultimately helping the woman to release a healthy, intact egg, and ensuring women’s reproductive health. LH is an important hormone for pregnancy. In an infertile adult woman, the luteinizing hormone triggers the ovaries to release an egg and is produced at a higher level 24-36 hours before every ovulation phase of the menstrual cycle.

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