Tests and early treatments

A cycle monitor is a way to confirm exactly when you ovulate and gives some information about the quality of ovulation. A cycle monitor helps you understand when is the best time to have intercourse to increase your chances of pregnancy.

It involves having an ultrasound scan and blood tests from roughly day 8-10 of your menstrual cycle (though the day varies according to your cycle length) and again depending as to how the follicle is developing. Generally you can detect the surge of LH if you have daily blood tests at the appropriate time to confirm release of the egg.

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