Two Week Wait (TWW) Articles

Where to Place Your Basal Body Thermometer

Where to Place Your Basal Body Thermometer

You've finally hopped on the Basal Body Temp (BBT)-train and are ready to track your cycle with way more accuracy than just by looking at the calendar each month.⁣⁣ But now you're wondering if you're placing your basal body thermometer in the right spot!⁣⁣ ⁣Because yes, 𝒘𝒉𝒆𝒓𝒆 you place your BBT...

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The Six Steps Between Ovulation and Having a Baby

The Six Steps Between Ovulation and Having a Baby

How does anyone ever get pregnant and deliver a healthy baby?! There are SOOO many steps that need to happen in order for it to work. 😐   The 6 Steps⁣ After Ovulation... 1. Fertilization: The best time for the egg to get fertilized is right after ovulation, as the lifespan of the egg is...

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Triphasic BBT Charts and Pregnancy

Triphasic BBT Charts and Pregnancy

The different types of BBT patterns If you're charting your basal body temperature (BBT) you're probably familiar with these three patterns:⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ - Monophasic⁣⁣⁣ - Biphasic⁣⁣⁣ - Triphasic⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ Monophasic (one-phase) charts show no shift in temperature comparing before and after ovulation....

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Pregnancy symptoms vs. PMS symptoms. What’s the difference?

Pregnancy symptoms vs. PMS symptoms. What’s the difference?

Pregnant or just PMS? Ah, the #1 pastime activity during the Two Week Wait (TWW): symptom spotting. We've all been there. We secretly KNOW it's useless, but we do it anyway. And if not, you just haven't been TTC-ing long enough :)! ⁣⁣⁣These symptoms are all due to that lovely luteal phase hormone...

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The Average Day of Implantation is…

The Average Day of Implantation is…

Let's say you ovulated a few days ago and you want to know if you could already be pregnant. Would that even be possible?⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ The little eggs' journey After you've ovulated, the egg has less than a day to get fertilized. So assuming that happened, your now fertilized egg goes on a journey that...

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No, Your Luteal Phase is Not Short!

No, Your Luteal Phase is Not Short!

The Infamous Two Week Wait (TWW) Ah, the Two Week Wait (TWW). Hated by many, loved by... no one? 😂 But did you know that the average luteal phase (the period between ovulation and the start of your next cycle) is shorter than the "two weeks" we've all been calling it?⁣⁣ A recent study that...

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