Fertility testing

Clinically-backed information about fertility testing and tracking.

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Egg freezing FAQ

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Should you get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Woman gets her temperature taken while wondering if she should get the COVID 19 vaccine.

Should you get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Dear Ovia, Male fertility testing

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The ups and downs of the IVF journey

the best pregnancy test and ovulation predictor kit

The best fertility aids

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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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Sperm donation 101: The facts

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Taking a pregnancy test: Facts and fiction

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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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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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Why might miscarriages happen: Common causes

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Can I conceive after an ectopic pregnancy?

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9 nutrition tips when trying to conceive

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Age and male fertility

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

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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

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

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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?

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Five signs you might be ovulating

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Tracking your cervical position

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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?

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Am I timing sex correctly?

A person using their laptop and wondering if it may impact male fertility.

Will my laptop hurt my fertility?

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Common emotions when TTC

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18 tips to get pregnant faster that actually work

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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 can help you conceive faster

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What should you track when trying to conceive?

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What to expect at your first infertility consultation

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Why seek a fertility specialist

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Trying to conceive when 35 and older

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

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Over one year of TTC

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Trouble conceiving? Get tested for infertility

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Why you might want to get genetic testing before getting pregnant

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From superfoods to smoking: what can help and hurt your fertility

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Tracking fertility to get pregnant faster

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Conception planning and your fertile window

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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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Should you get the COVID-19 vaccine?

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Ovia Family Award winners: Fertility aids 

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

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

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How Ovia can help you be your healthiest, happiest self

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Pros and cons of freezing your eggs

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Menstrual cycle length: Just what’s normal? 

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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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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

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Egg donation: Thinking it through

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Fertile window for eggs and sperm

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Could I have PCOS?

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Tracking fertility during the luteal phase

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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

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Tracking fertility during the menstrual phase

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Nonsurgical options for early pregnancy loss