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Taking Charge of Your Fertility by Toni Weschler, MPH
Taking Charge
of Your Fertility

by Toni Weschler, MPH

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Taking Charge of Your Fertility

A few words from Toni Weschler, MPH

Welcome to all who are interested in learning more about the Fertility Awareness Method as a means of natural pregnancy achievement and avoidance as well as basic gynecological health.

I hope you will find this site to be one of the most practical women's health communities on the web. I encourage you to explore the site, and visit our incredibly active and dynamic community forum.

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Hi, I need some help understanding my last cycle. Normally my cycles are 24-25 days, Peak day on 15 or 16. My luteal phase is always very short, 9-11 days. This cycle, there was...     read more...

I swear it changes everyday! Maybe it's just me. I don't know what to make of this chart and maybe it's just crazy because it's my first one after m/c and I had...     read more...

This is my first chart ever, and first cycle off BC so its a little wonky-What do you see so far, just so I have a better idea at what I am looking at. To make it easier I've...     read more...

I am 17 mo PP, and 6 mo past breastfeeding/pumping. LO self-weaned at 11.5 months. DH and I are currently TTA, but in the next months hope to begin the switch to NTNP and then...     read more...

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Some women are unable to conceive for a variety of reasons. For these women, the use of donor eggs becomes a possible option when exploring treatments that will lead to the conception of a child. Egg donation has been offered in the United States since 1986 and as it becomes more widely accepted and available, more women are choosing it as a fertility treatment option.     read more...