To increase your chances of conceiving, you should know your ovulation cycle which can vary from person to person.

Sperm can only live up to 72 hours, so having intercourse within 72 hours before ovulation, the day of ovulation, and/or the day after ovulation can significantly increase your chances to conceive, but only if you know your ovulation cycle.

To increase your chances of conceiving you should know your ovulation cycle which can vary from person to person.

The KNOWHEN® Advanced Saliva Ovulation Test Kit is designed to easily and quickly monitor your fertility and answer these important questions. It is OB/GYN recommended and backed by 98.9% clinically proven accuracy.


#1 – KNOWHEN’s the MOST NATURAL way to track your fertility

Nature cleverly preserves in your saliva the answer to two very important questions: "Am I ovulating?" and "When is the best time for me to conceive?" Checking your saliva daily will unlock the secret of your unique ovulation cycle and answer the most important question… "Could I get pregnant today?"

#2 – You’ll increase your chances of getting pregnant faster

With KNOWHEN®, you’ll know your five (5) most fertile and best days to try if you want to get pregnant. Your romantic plans become focused on fun sexual activities. When you learn about your own unique ovulation cycles, you can gain control of your life by planning activities around them.

#3 - It’s reusable so enjoy the savings

The KNOWHEN® Advanced Saliva Ovulation test is reusable daily for years and backed by a lifetime guarantee. Eliminate those costly prescription refills and decisions about when to test each month due to a limited supply of test strips. You can save approximately $350 annually.

#4 – You can easily track your ovulation results throughout your reproductive years

The saliva ovulation test comes with a fertility monitor app that you can use to record and track your unique ovulation cycle based on your actual test results and sex life throughout your reproductive years. You will know how your ovulation cycle varies from month to month and be able to quickly and securely know when you ovulated and had sex because you knew when the time was right based on your KNOWHEN® results.

#5 – KNOWHEN® will work for you regardless of your circumstances

Some women cannot use contraceptive methods or other fertility products, but these women can use the KNOWHEN® Advanced Saliva Ovulation Test Kit as part of the rhythm method.

Women who experience irregular cycles can finally monitor their ovulation to better understand their cycles. For young women just entering sexual maturity, it’s especially important to use KNOWHEN® to identify and address any irregularities before they become a serious health risk. And for women who just had a baby, it’s great to know when your cycle and ovulation restarts to manage your family planning goals.

#6 – Fertility monitoring is beneficial to your health

Knowing how your body functions will give you the confidence to enjoy sex, which is a healthy activity for you and your partner. You can track your hormonal state and know how your ovaries are functioning. You will know if there are any dysfunctions or irregularities. Every woman between the ages of 15 and 50 needs the KNOWHEN® Advanced Ovulation Test to better understand their own biological functions and avoid taking unnecessary medications.

 


The most important question of “When” can be answered by testing a drop of your saliva daily, thereby turning any guesswork into an accurate daily calendar of your personal ovulation cycle.

It is reusable everyday which saves you the cost of buying single use ovulation test strips and also comes with a lifetime guarantee

 
Infertility affects men and women equally. With 40% of infertile couples, the male partner is either the sole cause or a contributing cause of infertility.

Dear Reader,

You are not alone. Statistics suggest that 35 to 40 percent of infertility concerns are due to the male partner, especially amongst older men. More than a third (34%) of men over the age of 40 report having one or more reproductive health issues. 

Did you know that the man's contribution to fertilization is quite amazing?

According to Deb Levine, MA (WebMD Feature), about 200 million sperm are mixed with semen to form ejaculate.

With most men, 15 to 45 million of these sperm are healthy enough to fertilize an egg, although only 400 survive after a man ejaculates.

Only 40 of those 400 reach the vicinity of the egg, having survived the toxic environment of the semen and the hostile environment of the vagina.

When infertility is a concern, the problem is often thought to lie within the woman's body and the possibility of the man being infertile is rarely considered. Women should go through the proper testing to determine if a medical reason exists in preventing a desired pregnancy, but men also have a responsibility to consider that the problem could lie with them.

Men oftentimes are uncomfortable discussing personal infertility and can experience fear and shame because of impotence. Men may even refuse to admit an infertility problem exists. It's understandable if you consider the time, expense and testing necessary to determine one's fertility status, along with the possibility that the medical community may not be able to resolve or improve his fertility.

There are no statistics that show how many couples have divorced due to their inability to have a baby but unfortunately, about a third of infertility problems are due to male infertility.

If a pregnancy has not occurred after one year of unprotected sexual intercourse, then both partners should be tested. It is recommended that you be tested sooner if the woman is over the age of 35 or either partner has a known risk factor for infertility. Sadly, there are times when testing does not reveal the cause of a couples infertility but does reveal other serious medical issues such as genetic mutations, cancer or diabetes.

Risk Factors For Male Infertility Include:

  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Aging
  • Lifestyle factors such as smoking & substance abuse
  • Long-term use of certain chemicals, medications and toxins
  • Varicocele, which is an enlarged varicose vein in the spermatic cord connected to the testicle

More than 90% of male infertility cases are due to:

-low sperm count & movement

-poor sperm quality/abnormal sperm shape

-anatomical problems/problems getting an erection

-hormonal imbalances

-genetic defects

Tests for male infertility include:

-genetic testing to identify sperm DNA fragmentation

-chromosomal defects

-genetic diseases

-semen analysis to evaluate the quantity and quality of sperm

-blood tests to evaluate hormone levels

-imaging/ultrasound tests to look for structural problems

 

Treatment and more:

-drug therapy may be used to treat hormonal disorders

-surgery may be necessary to repair varicoceles 

-surgery may be necessary to correct any obstructions in the reproductive tract

-intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) in combination with in vitro fertilization (IVF)

 

Requested lifestyle changes:

-timing and monitoring sexual activity for best results

-avoid cigarettes and any drugs that may affect sperm count or reduce sexual function

-overweight men should try to reduce their weight as obesity may be associated with infertility

-excessive exercise can impair fertility

-stress reduction techniques can improve fertility

-wear loose fitting clothes

-prevent overheating of the testes/avoid hot baths, steam rooms & hot showers

-avoid the use of sexual lubricants (Astroglide, K-Y Jelly) 

*Specific Therapy is the most successful medical therapy for male infertility - involves reversing chemical, infectious or endocrine imbalances.

Resources:

www.asrm.org -- American Society for Reproductive Medicine

www.urologyhealth.org -- American Urological Association

www.theafa.org -- American Fertility Association

www.sart.org -- Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology

www.cdc.gov/ART/ -- Centers for Disease Control: Assisted Reproductive Technology Report


Innovative
 - The KNOWHEN® Ovulation Test tracks your ovulation using only a drop of your saliva. It identifies your five (5) most fertile days and the best days in your ovulation cycle if you’re trying to conceive.

Assurance - 98.9% accurate (100% proven correlation with a doctor’s ovarian ultrasound examination). It is also 100% Safe, Natural and OB/GYN recommended. It has been rated the best ovulation predictor kit for years.

BIG SAVINGS - One (1) KNOWHEN® Saliva Ovulation test is REUSABLE DAILY for years. There are no refills to buy and you will save approximately $350 annually.

Fast, Easy, Safe - Results in minutes, easy-to-use with no messy urine strips. It is the only clinically tested saliva ovulation test in the USA and is FDA Cleared, CE marked and Quality Guaranteed.

Great Value - Includes:
1) Reusable Ovulation Test
2) FREE  that becomes your personal  to track your ovulation cycle, sexual activity, and more
3) Free Eva E-Book
4) Exclusive, elegant, lipstick-like carrying case (discreet/private)

To learn more about the KNOWHEN® Advanced Ovulation Test Kit, check out our blog or check out Take control over your ovulation testing and get the KNOWHEN® Advanced Ovulation Test Kit today.

 

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