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Irregular cycles can feel frustrating, especially when you are trying to track ovulation. Here's how Oova can help you track ovulation even if you are irregular.
Irregular cycles can be frustrating. Maybe you're caught without a tampon or pad, or you have cramps during an event you were sure you wouldn't. Yet irregular cycles, when they occur often, aren't just annoying — they can affect your fertility, too.
What It Is Why You Might Have Them Boosting Your Fertility
Irregular cycles are characterized by missed, delayed, or erratic periods, or abnormal bleeding patterns.
30% of women have irregular cycles (either short, long, or inconsistent).
Irregular cycles can vary from month to month. Some cycles may be long while others may be very short. Women whose cycles fluctuate greatly from month to month are more likely to experience obstacles in their fertility than women whose cycles are typically long or short.
Irregular cycles could be a sign of thyroid gland irregularities, elevated hormone levels such as prolactin, androgens, PCOS, or diminished ovarian reserve.
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Short cycles can be a sign of hormonal imbalances, reduced fertility, approach of menopause, or ovaries with fewer eggs. Longer cycles can indicate hormonal imbalances, lack of ovulation, other fertility issues, or increased risk of miscarriage.
Irregular cycles can make it more difficult to become pregnant because you're insure of when you're ovulating. To boost your fertility, you can:
Oova's at-home test allows you to measure your exact hormone levels to learn if and when you ovulate each cycle. Oova is the only fertility tool that tracks, predicts, and confirms ovulation with lab-grade accuracy in the comfort of your home.
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