How accurate and reliable are Ovulation Calendars

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For many women an ovulation calendar is very reliable. To create one, you will simply track the days that your period falls on using a calendar to mark the days. It is best to use a three month plan so that you can get an accurate picture of how your cycle runs.

After three months, you should be able to determine when you are the most likely to ovulate so that you can time intercourse accordingly. One thing to keep in mind is that tracking your period does not necessarily mean that you are ovulating.

For-many-women-an-ovulation-calendar-is-very-reliableIt is possible to have a period without ovulating at all, in fact. When you are looking to track your ovulation cycle with an extremely accurate method, it is best to choose a basal thermometer or an ovulation predictor kit.

These methods will be able to tell you when you are most fertile and will alert you to any issues that may be present in regards to your ovulation cycle.

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Be careful when and how you use it

I bought into the hype and broke down and tried this product. After all, how can you resist something that claims that the fat is literally taken out of some of the food that you eat! I must say, though, pay attention to the directions on the package. I used it for a few days with none of the negative effects that many people experience. But during those times I ate fairly healthy meals and nothing too fatty. Then I went out with friends and didn't think about the fact I had taken these pills. I ate chicken wings, blue cheese and french fries. And spent most of the night and a good portion of the next day with several occasions of racing to the bathroom because of digestive issues. I suppose it shows that it does remove "stuff" from your diet because I sometimes have issues going at all and with using this product I went several times a day. But is it worth the risk? Besides, I have no idea if taking the pill was making a difference in my weight loss or if I was having success because I was being more careful in my food choices leading to lower calorie intake.

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Weight Loss through Fear of Embarrassment

Was excited to try Alli, heard such great things. Did not see anything for the first couple days I took this. Then came the HORRIBLE side effects. Oily, greasy residue in your underwear and the toilet, and the smell. Oh my gosh. It was awful. Talk about eating healthy - for fear of what this will do to you. Didn't even finish the first bottle it was so terrible.
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Dr. Karen Leham, MD

Dr. Karen Leham is double board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and in Reproductive Endocronology and Infertility. Dr. Leham completed her residency at Loyola University, followed by a fellowship at UCLA.