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Taking Charge of Your Fertility

Taking Charge of Your Fertility is the definitive guide to natural birth control, pregnancy achievement, and reproductive health.

This book provides an in depth explanation to your menstrual cycle. By understanding the monthly ebb and flow of your hormones, you'll know exactly when you ovulate. Then you take charge of your fertility by knowing when you ovulate so you can either prevent pregnancy or increase your chances of conceiving.

Here's a little tidbit I learned from the book - Day #1 is the 1st day of your period. You can ovulate anywhere from day 10 to day 18 depending on your personal cycle - not everyone ovulates on Day 14 because not everyone has the classic 28-day cycle. The myth of Day 14 ovulation is a reason many women end up with unwanted pregnancies.

This book also shows you methods to increase your chances of choosing the gender of your baby.

This is a great book to own. It is kind of like an owner's manual for all who menstruate. It is really empowering to know the ins and outs of the cycle and how it affects fertility.

Get all this knowledge for $13 through Amazon.

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UrbanBohemian UrbanBohemian 10 years
lol bluejeanie!
a-nonny-mouse a-nonny-mouse 10 years
Funny, I use this book to help me know when I'm ovulating, because we are TRYING to conceive..
rubialala rubialala 10 years
blujeanie, I love your joke!!! that's so true. no more kids for us, so if this book can help prevent that, i'm all for it.
katie225 katie225 10 years
but if you really, really, really don't want to have kids, please do not rely on this method solely. use condoms or the pill or just abstain. i'm sure the book goes over weird things that happens to your cycles and makes you ovulate at weird times.
a-nonny-mouse a-nonny-mouse 10 years
**snickers @ blue** That's really cute.
DStirk DStirk 10 years
bluejeanie i am loving that joke! hahahahhahaa. sooooo funny.
bluejeanie bluejeanie 10 years
sounds interesting...i might check into it when i'm ready for kids. i heard a great rhythm joke a few years ago... Q: what do you call people who use rhythm method of birth control? A: parents.
Alleigh Alleigh 10 years
Nope not the rythm method. A lot of people make that mistake. It really is a good book, maybe a little hard to get the hang of but after a cycle or two you have it down.
DStirk DStirk 10 years
hummmm, intesting. is this the rythm method?
a-nonny-mouse a-nonny-mouse 10 years
Best book on fertility EVER! Buy one for yourself, and another for a friend.
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