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Ovulation and LH

Ovulation detection

During your menstrual cycle, your body goes through two phases separated by your ovulation day. These two phases are determined by Natural Cycles by you entering your basal body temperature into the app. Nat...

Ovulation symbol disappeared, or changed day

Natural Cycles bases its prediction for your future ovulation on your average ovulation day, cycle length and all previous data. When your temperature has risen enough to confirm ovulation, the actual ovulation...

Anovulatory Cycles

Anovulatory cycles, cycles without ovulation is generally nothing to worry about, as it’s quite common that they occur sometime during a woman’s fertile years. About 5% of all our Cycler’s cycles are anovulator...

What is multiple ovulation/hyper ovulation?

What is multiple ovulation? A woman can have multiple ovulations in a single cycle. This means that several eggs (most often two) are released from the ovaries. However, both eggs will be released within 24h fr...

Early ovulation

What is early ovulation? Early ovulation may occur due to some factors, all important to take into consideration when using Natural Cycles. Shorter cycles A shorter cycle is a cycle that lasts 21 days or less....

LH and why you should test for it

What is LH? LH stands for Luteinizing Hormone, which has its peak roughly 48h before ovulation. An increased LH is therefore a strong indication that ovulation will occur soon, but not a confirmation that ovula...

How and when to measure LH

The test is done by analyzing the levels of luteinizing hormone in the urine with a test strip. You can buy the LH test strips in our shop or in your local pharmacy. The tests are commonly known as "ovulation t...

Using Clearblue digital ovulation test

Some of you Cycler’s use Clearblue digital ovulation test with dual hormone indicator to find your ovulation. This is perfectly fine, but please keep the following information in mind. When Clearblue's ...