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Ovulation and Fertility calculator

Use WomanLog's Ovulation Calculator to figure out your most fertile days and a date when you may be ovulating. This calculator helps you work out when you could get pregnant.

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Embrace the Seasons Within: Navigating Your Menstrual Cycle for Holistic Well-being.
The menstrual cycle is a major driving force for women’s health and well-being throughout their reproductive years and well beyond. Even so, researchers have only recently started to take periods into account when designing studies; and in every-day life we are only now beginning to distance ourselves from the stigma associated with menstruation. To reclaim periods as a normal and even empowering experience, new approaches to how we view the menstrual cycle are emerging. For example, likening the phases of the menstrual cycle to the seasons of the year.
Empowering Wellness for Menstruation and Exercise.
Pain, fatigue, headaches, stomach upset… Many women find their bodies are more sensitive and prone to fatigue when they are menstruating as blood flow is often accompanied by many unpleasant side effects. So, should we reduce or stop engaging in physical activities during menstruation? The answer is no. Still, there are some nuances worth considering.
Woman experiencing emotional symptoms of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) during menstrual cycle.
As hormone levels begin to drop after ovulation, most women experience some changes in their physical and mental state such as tender breasts, bloating, or moodiness. Such symptoms are often linked with Premenstrual Syndrome, or PMS. For those of us who suffer from Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, or PDD, the symptoms—especially those having to do with emotions—are noticeably more severe.