of all couples struggling with infertility are affected by male factor infertility
Ovulation and Getting Pregnant
Which days of the month do you tend to ovulate? Or, do you ovulate at all? If you don’t already know, infertility evaluation will reveal your unique trend and help determine why you have trouble getting pregnant.
Your mother’s generation tracked ovulation by counting the days in a menstrual cycle and placing ovulation in the middle of the cycle, and/or using physical signs of ovulation:
Today, couples get an accurate read on ovulation with over-the-counter ovulation kits that detect luteinizing hormone in urine. The LH surge with its color change on the urine testing strip indicates that your body is ovulating, and it’s time to try for a baby.
Call Dr. Esteban Brownand the Valley Fertility specialists to find out how you can overcome barriers to fertility, including interrupted ovulation.