Fertility Secrets Revealed HTML version
thanks for downloading my free report. Let me introduce myself first:
My name is Melinda Stevens and I'm a happy mother of a 2-year-old boy.
I always thought I might be infertile, until I discovered an E-Book called
Kvist, who first became pregnant at the age of 41 and now has 3 children.
Her book is all about secrets to increase a woman's fertility.
Only 4 months after I started using the methods described in Helene's
book, I got pregnant at an age of 37. This book really changed my life,
and therefore I decided to share some of the secrets with fellow women
who are trying to get pregnant.
Before coming to the actual tips, I would like to explain what happens
during a menstrual cycle and how it affects your chances to get pregnant.
A Menstrual Cycle
With every menstrual cycle, your body prepares for a pregnancy. An
average cycle takes 28 days to complete, and can be divided into three
phases: the follicular phase, the ovulatory phase (ovulation), and the luteal
The follicular phase is the first phase of your period. It starts on the first
day of your monthly cycle:
● Your brain releases the hormones FSH (follicle stimulating
hormone) and LH (luteinizing hormone). They travel through your
blood to the ovaries.
● The ovaries contain follicles that house immature eggs. The
hormones FSH and LH then stimulate the growth of these eggs.