My Favorite Fertility Products For Trying To Conceive

Trying to conceive can be a difficult journey. However, these fertility products may make the journey just a little bit easier.

Before we get started, there are a few important things that I need to mention!

DISCLOSURE: Please note that many of the brands that I mention below are brands that I have previously collaborated with. That said, I truly love these products and this post is NOT sponsored, but many of the links are affiliate links, meaning that I may earn a small commission if you use the links to make a purchase. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. For more, please click here.

NOTE: I am NOT a doctor and you should consult a physician before beginning any supplements. The below information is not intended as medical advice.

Ovulation Testing

Premom Quantitative Ovulation Test Strips

These ovulation test strips are super cool because they actually give you information on how much LH is in your system, not just whether you are about to ovulate or not.

The best part of these strips is the free Premom app that you can use. You simply use your phone’s camera to take a picture of the test strip and it will help you analyze your results.

I had the opportunity to work on a sponsorship with Premom a few months ago and do a video for this product. You can check it out below!

Clearblue Connected Ovulation Test System

The Clearblue Connected Ovulation Test System is a really cool piece of technology and I really enjoyed using it when I was sent a system for review.

Basically, you use the disposable LH test strip that is plugged into the handle like you would any other test strip. However, the handle then interprets the results and wirelessly syncs that result to an app on your phone.

The downsides to this product are cost-based. Once you run out of test strips, you have to buy a whole new set, including a new handle. That adds up!

[email protected] Ovulation Test Strips

The most cost-effective ovulation test strips that I’ve found are the [email protected] strips!

You can use these strips with the Premom app that was mentioned above, and it will help to decipher your results and keep tracking of how the test line is changing over time.

If you are just starting out with tracking your ovulation and you have no idea when you might be ovulating, I highly recommend starting with these tests to save yourself some money since you’ll be testing A LOT!

Supplements

Pink Stork Fertility Support

Oh man. I am a huge fangirl of all of Pink Stork’s products.

If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I’ve partnered with Pink Stork a couple of times for giveaways and they’ve been super kind to send me their products to try out.

When I started using the supplements above, within weeks my cycle was shortened to a more normal length, and I ovulated much earlier in my cycle than I had been previously. Of course I cannot guarantee that you’ll see any of the same results, but I absolutely became a believer of this product!

Progesterone Testing

Proov

Proov test strips test your urine for the presence of progesterone, which is a hormone that women produce after ovulation and help support a pregnancy, should it occur.

These test strips can help you determine if you’ve actually ovulated and if your body is producing enough progesterone.

When I got the chance to work with Proov on a sponsored post, I used the test strips to see if I had ovulated or not.

I had a suspicion that I had, but it was way earlier in my cycle than I normally would have, and as a result, I hadn’t been testing my LH levels. Remember how I said those supplements shortened my super long cycles? Oops.

These test strips can be a super useful tool in learning about what is happening with your cycle and your body. However, in my opinion, it is still a good idea to have your progesterone levels checked by a doctor if you are trying to conceive and think it may be an issue for a potential pregnancy.

Pregnancy Testing

When it comes to pregnancy tests, I have used a ton of different brands and I have no favorites. Since I tend to test often, I like to buy a large quantity of inexpensive tests like the first three above.

Once I have what I think might be a BFP (or a positive pregnancy test), I then use a Clearblue digital test like the one linked above. This helps me feel reassured that I’m not seeing a line on the other tests that isn’t actually there.

If you are currently trying to conceive, know that I’m sending you all the baby dust possible! Let me know below what products you’re going to try and what your own favorites are!



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