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Trying To Conceive Fertility & Ovulation Kit

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Planning and preparing to become pregnant is associated with better outcomes and improved health for women, children and families. At My Expert Midwife we want to reach out to as many people as possible who would like more information when they are trying to conceive. This is why our not-for-profit Trying to Conceive Kit is developed by midwives to help support those who need more information on their journey when trying to conceive.

Whether you want to know more about your fertility before you start trying for a baby, or you have already started trying to become pregnant, the Trying to Conceive Kit and guide can help your understanding of this subject and support you throughout this time.

Trying to get pregnant can be stressful. This fertility kit will give you all the information and tools you need to maximise your chances of conceiving. Our midwife-written comprehensive guide will take you through how to understand your menstrual cycle, how male and female fertility work, lifestyle changes to improve your chances of becoming pregnant, and will help you learn to recognise when your most fertile days are and when to seek help from a healthcare professional. 

Your fertility kit includes our easy-to-follow midwife written comprehensive digital guide to trying to conceive, a thermometer, ovulation test strips, pregnancy test strips and an ovulation chart to help you stay on track throughout your menstrual cycle. The contents will support you for approximately 3 months. 

This fertility kit is excluded from any discounts, as it is not-for-profit. 

€22.00 not for profit
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Trying To Conceive Fertility & Ovulation Kit

€22.00

not for profit

lesley's tip

before you start using your kit, I recommend you read the guide in full

Lesley Gilchrist

Registered Midwife + Co-Founder

Once you have read the guide and stopped using contraception, use your first menstrual cycle to track your basal body temperature and discharge on the ovulation chart - this will help you to use the ovulation testing strips more accurately.

uk made

no palm oil

not tested on animals

can be recycled

your kit includes:

midwife written comprehensive digital guide

12 x ovulation test strips

3 x pregnancy test strips

1 x digital thermometer

1 x ovulation chart

This specially curated testing kit and ovulation chart will help you on your trying to conceive journey.

To help you maximise your chances of becoming pregnant, the handy guide in this midwife curated, not-for-profit kit has been specifically designed to help you understand how you and your partner’s bodies and reproductive cycles work together. It describes how to prepare your bodies to improve your chances of conceiving, explains how to recognise the different stages in the menstrual cycle to understand when you are most fertile, and explores the psychological impact that trying to conceive may have on you as individuals and as a couple, and how you can offset this.

Our aim is to make the process of trying to conceive less complicated and easier to understand, to provide you with a one-stop hub of evidence-based education, and to support and provide you with the necessary information should your fertility need further assessment.

how can I

use it

  • This kit will meet all your needs in one place by providing you with a comprehensive guide to getting pregnant, a thermometer, an ovulation chart, ovulation testing strips and pregnancy test strips.
  • Step 1 - Read the guide fully before you start using the kit.
  • Step 2 - Start to make any adjustments to your lifestyle that you and your partner think would be beneficial to helping you when trying to conceive.
  • Step 3 - Begin tracking your basal body temperature (BBT) and vaginal discharge on your testing chart. This will help you understand when you are most likely to be ovulating.
  • Step 4 - Note your observations and checks on your menstrual cycle using the chart provided and build doing so into your daily routine.
  • Step 5 - Use the other observations on your chart for guidance before you start using the ovulation testing strips. We suggest you track one menstrual cycle first, so you have a better idea of when you may be ovulating from monitoring your BBT and discharge.
  • Step 6 - Start using the ovulation testing strips in your cycle on the days before you think ovulation is most likely to occur. There is a surge of the luteinising hormone (LH) around 24-36 hours before ovulation. (You will need a small pot to wee into which isn't too deep).
  • Step 7 - Have regular sex around the time you suspect ovulation is occurring.
  • Step 8 - The pregnancy test strips will accurately indicate whether you are pregnant. For optimum accuracy, wait until the first day after your period was due before use. (You will need a small pot to wee into which isn't too deep).

FAQs

Between 80-90% of women under the age of 40 will become pregnant in the first year of trying to conceive. However, be aware that fertility starts to decline in women after the age of 35.

we have a number of delivery options depending on how quickly you would like to receive your order and where you need it to be sent.

All orders received by 2pm will be dispatched the same day. Orders received after 2pm will be processed and dispatched the next working day.

Please note that our warehouse does not operate on weekends or bank holidays. All orders received after 2pm on a Friday will be dispatched on the following Monday, or the Tuesday of a bank holiday weekend.