How to use Ovia Fertility

Ovia Health has developed an application called 'Ovia Fertility' that can help patients track important health details surrounding their fertility, ovulation and menstrual cycles, and even daily nutrition and exercise. Discover how to use Ovia's fertility resources to your benefit.

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No period, no positive pregnancy test- what happened?

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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?

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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

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Can cervical position predict fertility?

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18 tips to get pregnant faster that actually work

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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What should you track when trying to conceive?

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Trying to conceive when 35 and older

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

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Tracking fertility to get pregnant faster

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

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Tracking your food and drink intake with Ovia

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Tracking your blood pressure with Ovia

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Tracking your activity 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

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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

Here’s when your fertile window opens and closes

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Getting pregnant with Ovia: Your quick start guide

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Tracking your moods with Ovia

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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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Tracking your sleep with Ovia

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

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

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Are my periods irregular?

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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