Getting pregnant with PCOS

PCOS is a leading cause of infertility, impacting about 5 million women in their reproductive years. Many women with PCOS share that tracking their fertility is especially challenging. While kegg has not been clinically tested on women with PCOS, there is a growing number of women with PCOS who turn to kegg to successfully track their fertility.

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What insights does a user with PCOS gain with kegg?

PCOS impacts women differently. While some women ovulate fairly consistently with regular periods, others may not ovulate without medical intervention. For this reason, there is not one pattern of kegg trends consistent among all women with PCOS.

When the body prepares to ovulate, the hormonal changes cause a shift in the electrolytes in the cervical fluid. kegg tracks these changes allowing the user to see the full fertile window and optimally time their trying to conceive efforts. Since women with PCOS often experience irregular cycles and cycles that exceed 40 days, they must watch the daily readings to spot the fertile valley, as the predicted fertile window may not be accurate or present depending on cycle lengths and regularity.

Multiple fertile valleys

This kegg user experienced multiple fertile valleys (body gearing up to ovulate) and she timed her trying to conceive efforts during each valley to ensure that she would not miss any potential opportunities to conceive.

Anovulatory chart

This is a chart of kegg user who experienced an anovulatory cycle, meaning she did not successfully ovulate. There is no fertile valley seen.

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