Ovulation Testing

Doctor holding a jar containing a sperm donation.

Sperm donation 101: The facts

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How do I know if I’m pregnant, or just late?

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No period, no positive pregnancy test- what happened?

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The best time to take a home pregnancy test

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Think you’re pregnant? Here are signs and symptoms to look for

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The ABCs of TTC: The acronyms you need to know when trying to conceive

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Should I use an ovulation predictor kit?

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Does a negative pregnancy test mean I’m not pregnant?

Graphic of results from Ovia ovulation and cervical position tracking.

Tracking your cervical position

A woman holding phone looking up information on how to track fertility.

Self-tracking devices and fertility: everything you need to know

A person looking at her phone, using the Ovia Health ovulation tracker to determine fertile cervical position.

Can cervical position predict fertility?

A person checking their watch to represent timing sex with ovulation.

Am I timing sex correctly?

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18 tips to get pregnant faster that actually work

How to use your fertility chart

A person looking up information on their phone on how to conceive fast.

Are you TTC? How Ovia Fertility can help you conceive faster

A woman on phone looking up information about a conception tracker.

What should you track when trying to conceive?

A happy couple holding each other lovingly to represent getting pregnant after 35.

Trying to conceive when 35 and older

A couple and one is kissing the other on the forehead to people that have been trying to get pregnant for over a year.

Over one year of TTC

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Why you might want to get genetic testing before getting pregnant

A couple looking at their phone looking up information on how to track the fertile window.

Tracking fertility to get pregnant faster

Ovia Fertility Calendar with fertile window.

Conception planning and your fertile window

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Tracking your blood pressure with Ovia

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Ovia Family Award winners: Fertility aids 

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How Ovia can help you be your healthiest, happiest self

Ovarian egg traveling in fallopian tubes during ovulation representing when you ovulate.

Learn about when you ovulate: One egg’s epic journey

Here’s when your fertile window opens and closes

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Getting pregnant with Ovia: Your quick start guide

A person using their phone to track moods when trying to conceive

Tracking your moods with Ovia

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Managing your period as a trans, genderqueer, or non-binary person

A graphic of a drop on an ovulation test to represent the importance of tracking your ovulation test with Ovia Fertility.

Tracking your ovulation tests with Ovia

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Tracking your cervical fluid with Ovia

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Tracking your sleep with Ovia

A person using the Ovia Fertility tracker on their cellphone device.

From cervical fluid to sleep: How tracking your body’s signs and symptoms can identify when you ovulate

A girl sitting down outside and writing in a notebook.

The important details about the menstrual cycle and what it means to be irregular

A health symbol to represent tracking physical symptoms of ovulation with Ovia Health.

Aches, cramps, and swollen breasts: why you should track your physical symptoms

A graphic of a leaf growing to represent tracking fertility data.

Using smart technology to make your life easier: how Ovia Fertility works

Many eggs sitting in a carton to represent how long an female egg is viable after ovulation.

Fertile window for eggs and sperm

A person looking up signs of PCOS on their cellphone.

Could I have PCOS?

A phone on the bed to represent how to use it to track your luteal phase.

Tracking fertility during the luteal phase

A person using their fertility tracker app from Ovia Health.

Tracking fertility during the fertile window

A person on their laptop and cellphone looking up information on how to track fertility at their proliferative phase.

Tracking fertility during the proliferative phase

A person looking up on their phone how to track their menstrual phase.

Tracking fertility during the menstrual phase