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New European research has found that only 13% of women have menstrual cycles lasting 28 days, which researchers say could help couples better understand when pregnancy is more likely to occur.
How can you and your partner improve your fertility and chances of having a baby?
PETALING JAYA: Timing is everything if you want to increase your chances of getting pregnant, experts say.
Couples are generally advised to have more intercourse during the “Fertile Window”.
Not long after unveiling their first product -- a ring-shaped fertility awareness sensor -- it was announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas that Prima-Temp has won the 2014 Venture+ Forum mHealth Pitch competition for startups.
Smart thermometers that indicate a woman's most fertile days based on tracking basal body temperature are becoming numerous but the Daysy, which recently became available for purchase in North America, runs on a unique algorithm that claims an accuracy rate of 99.3%.
The popular fertility tracking app Ovatemp now offers a corresponding device called Ondo that takes your basal body temperature to let you know when the most fertile phase of your monthly cycle hits.
Trying to figure out when you're fertile? Here's how to pin down the days that you are ovulating.
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Here is a non-invasive method to help women achieve their goal of having a baby. PATSY KAM reports.