Monitoring your blood sugar levels is a key step in managing diabetes. Learn how to monitor your blood sugar here.
Your BBT, or basal body temperature, is your temperature first thing in the morning after several hours of rest. Charting your BBT can help you determine your most fertile days. Learn here how to take your BBT.
Unfortunately, many of the medications taken during an In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) cycle require an intramuscular (IM) injection. Learn how to properly give the injections, as well as some tips to make the process easier and less painful.
Many fertility medications require them to be given as a subcutaneous injection, or injection into the fatty tissue below the skin. Learn how to properly administer this type of medication!
You target heart rate can help you determine if you are exercising efficiently. Learn how to find your target heart rate here!
The Follistim pen is a common medication used in the course of fertility treatments. Learn here how to use the Follistim pen.
The Gonal F pen is a common medication used in the course of fertility treatments. Learn here how to use the Gonal F Pen.
Period abnormalities and infertility are not the only issues with PCOS. Complications such as heart disease, endometrial cancer and diabetes are common as well. Learn here all about how to reduce your risk for PCOS complications.
Women with PCOS often have issues with their blood pressure. They should be monitoring their blood pressure relatively frequently, as determined by their physician. Learn here about monitoring your blood pressure at home.