Reproductive Health Care Providers

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Everything you need to know about yeast infections, UTIs, and bacterial vaginosis

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Should I seek ART and/or elective care during the COVID-19 pandemic?

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COVID-19 and trying to conceive: Your questions answered

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COVID-19 and pregnancy: Your questions answered

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Different types of artificial insemination available

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Which birth control option is best for me?

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Helpful facts and common misinformation about birth control

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Debunking birth control myths

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Why are Long Acting Reversible Contraception options so popular?

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Consider this before you talk to your healthcare provider about birth control

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Thinking of having a baby? Here’s how long it can take

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Two moms journey toward becoming a family of three: Real talk about buying sperm, endless IVF shots, and adjusting to life as new parents

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What is the MTHFR gene?

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Switching healthcare providers: What you should know

A medical professional examining an IVF.

IVF and ICSI, what’s the difference?

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Being your own health care advocate

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Making sure your PCP is right for you

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Red flags down below: Signs you should call your healthcare provider

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Building and maintaining a strong support network while TTC

A pregnant person receiving an X-ray from their reproductive healthcare provider.

Different types of reproductive healthcare providers

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What to expect at an appointment with your primary care provider

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Do you really need to start taking prenatal vitamins before conception?

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Foods to fix iron-deficiency anemia

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Five things that might happen after pregnancy loss

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The best time to take a home pregnancy test

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If you think you’re having a miscarriage, take these steps

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Trying again

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Finding support after a pregnancy loss 

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How to cope after a pregnancy loss

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What happens during a miscarriage? Signs to look out for

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When will my cycle go back to normal?

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The details about sex after miscarriage

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Can I conceive after an ectopic pregnancy?

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Can tampons affect your fertility? 

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Alternative therapies for fertility

“Is it safe to skip my period?” and other common birth control questions

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What’s the difference between infertility and sterility?

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

A person looking at their negative pregnancy test that is potentially a false negative.

When all signs lead to pregnant but the home pregnancy test disagrees: Could you have gotten a false negative?

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How to best support your future fertility – even before you start trying

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Things condoms can’t always prevent

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Finding the healthcare provider who’s right for you

A person calculating their budget if they get pregnant without health insurance.

Off the grid: don’t have insurance while TTC?

A barista serving coffee to a customer and wondering about shift work and fertility.

Fertility tips: What’s the danger of shift work?

A person holding a pack of birth control pills and wondering about how it may affect fertility.

Fertility tips: birth control?

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Lights, camera, conception! A pre-pregnancy checklist

A woman buying healthy foods.

Fertility tips: Go organic

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When to count your eggs

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What you need to know about premature ovarian failure

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Should I use an ovulation predictor kit?

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Household items that could affect fertility

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Could you have a sperm allergy?

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

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Tracking your cervical position

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Trying to conceive in a bigger body

A woman sitting on couch wondering if antidepressants affect fertility.

Are antidepressants safe when trying to conceive?

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Can I douche while I’m TTC?

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Can Clomid help me get pregnant?

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The 24 weirdest fertility myths

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Will exercising too much hurt my fertility?

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How can cervical fluid problems affect conception?

A person looking up early symptoms of pregnancy on the phone while laying on the couch.

Am I seeing signs of early pregnancy?

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18 tips to get pregnant faster that actually work

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Getting pregnant after diagnosed infertility

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Getting pregnant after cancer treatment

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Lifestyle changes that may boost your fertility to improve your chances of conceiving

How to use your fertility chart

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

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Causes of infertility

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What to expect at your first infertility consultation

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Your initial conversation with a patient coordinator

A doctor explaining the types of fertility treatments available to two patients.

Types of fertility treatments

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Fertility costs and insurance coverage

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Why seek a fertility specialist

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Trying to conceive when 35 and older

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What you need to know about birth spacing

A sad woman lying with her head in her partner's lap.

Miscarriage: what it is, why it happens, and how it can affect future pregnancies

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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Infertility treatments

A couple talking to a medical professional with a clipboard about infertility testing.

Trouble conceiving? Get tested for infertility

A woman cutting up vegetables in the kitchen to represent eating healthy to help fertility.

A healthy lifestyle today can lead to a healthy pregnancy tomorrow: what you can do now

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Why you need a trusted healthcare provider when TTC

A couple talking about the effects of smoking and drinking on fertility.

How smoking and alcohol can affect fertility

A person using a spoon to eat from a bowl of oats and strawberries to represent foods to eat while trying to conceive.

Nutrition to promote fertility

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Exercise and fertility

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Choosing your baby’s sex: Is it possible?

Vials of blood in front of a medical form to represent genetic testing before pregnancy.

Why you might want to get genetic testing before getting pregnant

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Getting pregnant after birth control

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

Tracking fertility to get pregnant faster

A person sitting outside on their cellphone looking up information about ovulation and the fertility window.

When exactly can you get pregnant? All you need to know about the fertile window

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7 stubborn fertility myths we’re ready to retire

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Getting pregnant: How long should it take?

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How you can benefit from tracking your fertility if you’re TTC

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How can pre-existing mental health conditions affect a pregnancy?

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How to advocate for yourself as a patient to get the care you deserve

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Tracking your activity with Ovia

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Where you can find mental health support

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Stuck home with your partner in a pandemic? How to recognize trouble

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Ovia Family Award winners: Insurance services and providers

At what point should I call the doctor about depression?

Two women smiling while talking about how to be an advocate for their healthcare.

Advocate for your health by bringing a support person with you to appointment

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Find a healthcare provider that really gets you

Women interviewing healthcare providers to decide if they are responsible.

When not to settle: choosing the healthcare provider who is responsible

A woman who understands the importance of sleep taking a day time nap in her bed.

Restful nights can make happy days: Are you getting enough sleep?

A person checking their phone while also using her laptop to research information about the BRCA gene.

Learn about the BRCA gene and why it’s important

A person talking on their phone about their abnormal Pap smear results.

Abnormal pap smears: Everything you need to know

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A beginner’s guide to exercise: starting at square one

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How Ovia can help you be your healthiest, happiest self

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

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All about ovulation: One egg’s epic journey

A doctor talking to their patient about what to expect from a future Pap smear with a clipboard in their hand.

Are you getting a Pap smear? Here’s the process

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Helpful facts about migraines

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Getting pregnant with Ovia: Your quick start guide

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What’s the deal with gluten?

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Pros and cons of freezing your eggs

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Low-dose aspirin: What’s the deal?

A person staring off in to the distance wondering if a past abortion affect pregnancy

Future pregnancy with past abortion history

Woman getting a mammogram screening from her doctor.

Understand your mammogram screening

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

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Endometriosis

Sperm swimming towards an egg in a microscope to represent what conception is.

Learn about conception: Babymaking 101

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Tracking your ovulation tests with Ovia

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Tracking your cervical fluid with Ovia

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Tracking your basal body temperature with Ovia

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Using Ovia to track your ovulation – even with an irregular cycle

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When’s your period? How to track yours with Ovia, and how we predict when it will come next

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 couple discussing how effective the pull-out method is.

Is the pull-out method safe?

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What you should know about the Zika virus

A person holding an egg meant to represent an egg donation for someone trying to get pregnant.

Egg donation: Thinking it through

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Change in vaginal discharge: What it means

A person looking up signs of PCOS on their cellphone.

Could I have PCOS?

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Tracking fertility during the luteal phase

A person using their fertility tracker app from Ovia Health.

Tracking fertility during the fertile window

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PCOS

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Forgetfulness: Learn the reasons behind it

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The meaning behind dark urine

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Clumsiness: Is it just having an “off” day?

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Helpful information about vaginal spotting or bleeding

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Surgical treatment options for early pregnancy loss

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Nonsurgical options for early pregnancy loss

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Nasal congestion

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Why the metallic taste and what it means

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Increased thirst: Do you need to drink more water?

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What really causes hiccups?

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Reasons why heavy vaginal bleeding might be occurring

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What is acid reflux?

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Causes for green or yellow vaginal discharge

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Experiencing frequent infections? What your body might be trying to say

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Fever: Why your temperature goes up

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Fainting 101: Why does it happen?

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Why you might have a flushed face

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Cloudy or strong-smelling urine: Is it something to worry about?

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Here’s why you might be feeling abdominal or pelvic cramping