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We all dream of having regular cycles and conceiving without difficulty. However, this is not the case for many women. In fact, most women experience abnormalities in their cycles at least once a year. Our bodies react to our environment, dietary choices, and most impactfully, our stress. It is very typical to experience abnormal cycles but, by tracking them you can understand what is happening, how this will impact when your period starts, and how frequently these deviations are happening.
The holidays, while exciting, can also be difficult, especially when you are trying to conceive. While you cannot anticipate every emotion to come during the holidays, feel confident and in charge as you navigate everything from your staff party to your Aunt Edna’s tree lighting.
In this blog, we continue our fertility tracker comparison series to see how the Mira ovulation tracker stacks up against kegg. One of our fertility experts decided to try Mira and kegg together for herself and shared her experience. While the Mira fertility tracker predicts ovulation based on urine LH and Estradiol metabolites, kegg senses cervical mucus to predict the full fertile window. This comparison yielded interesting results!
You’ve learned kegg can help unlock the mystery of your fertility by predicting in advance and showing you when you are in your fertile window. It is as amazing as it sounds. But, have you ever wondered what is happening deep down in the kegg brains, eh, I mean kegg sensing technology and predictive algorithms? In this article we’ll share what to look for when tracking with kegg!
While we are always elated to hear about pregnancies conceived using kegg, sadly many pregnancies end in loss, and some of our kegg mamas have also experienced this heartbreak. At kegg, we know miscarriages are devastating, especially after experiencing the joy of finding out you are pregnant. One of our mamas, who wishes to remain anonymous, shares her story of loss followed by a rainbow.