Monday, February 27, 2012

Ovulation Calendar

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Just google about ovulation and try this calendar from

Saturday 18th February 2012 - First day of your cycle

Monday 27th February 2012 - Best chance of conceiving a girl

Tuesday 28th February 2012 - A little bit fertile, best chance of conceiving a girl

Wednesday 29th February 2012 - Fertile, best chance of conceiving a boy

Thursday 1st March 2012 - VERY fertile, best chance of conceiving a boy

Friday 2nd March 2012 - Time to ovulate

Monday 12th March 2012 - A home pregnancy test may work now.

Friday 16th March 2012 - End of cycle

Monday 19th March 2012 - No period? Maybe you're pregnant!

Saturday 24th November 2012 - If you are, this is your approximate due date


Kita merancang Allah menentukan.  Sentiasa berdoa moga kita beroleh rezeki terindah ini. Insyaallah.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Menstrual Cycle : Ovulation Phase

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The third phase is the ovulation phase at midcycle, which in a 28-day cycle would be day 14. During ovulation a mature egg is released from one of the ovaries. Some women may have some slight discomfort during ovulation usually described as a twinge or cramp or 'mittelschmerz' (German for 'pain in the middle')in the lower abdomen or back. Many women have no sensation that they are ovulating. Once released the egg travels into the fallopian tube and it lives 12-24 hours in the fallopian tube after it has been released from the ovaries. If it's not fertilized by a sperm the egg disintegrates. Sperms can survive for up to five days inside a woman's reproductive system. The 4-5 days before, and the day of ovulation are a woman's "fertile period" - the time when if she makes love she can become pregnant. Because the lengths of menstrual cycles vary, many women ovulate earlier or later than day 14 of the cycle. Stress and other things can sometimes cause a cycle to be shorter or longer.
Kredit : Babymed

Sign of ovulation :

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*Oke, skang bersedia untuk misi mencari telur. Haha. Udah rasa cam  nak amik telur ayam dalam reban lak.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Menstrual Cycle : Preovulatory Phase

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The preovulatory phase
The preovulatory phase (before the egg cell is released) is next and starts as soon as bleeding (the menstrual period) has ended. During the preovulatory phase the uterine lining thickens with an increased numbers of blood vessels. The lining of the uterus needs to prepare itself for the possibility of supporting a fertilised egg. An egg is also ripening in one of the ovaries in preparation for ovulation.

Follicle phase known also as pre-ovulatory phase can have different length. The length differs between women and it changes with age. Differences between your cycles are also possible mainly due to the change of climate, stress, illness, lack of sleep, crash diet; then your ovulation may be postponed and the pre-ovulatory phase lasts longer.
The estrogen has the dominant role in this phase. It causes the given changes within the woman’s reproductive organs.
Under the influence of estrogens mucous membranes start growing. The cervix opens, gets softer and moves to high position at the same time secreting the cervical fluid.
The estrogen released by the developing follicles, and later by the dominant follicle, causes the lining of the uterus, the endometrium, to grow and thicken in preparation of implantation of a fertilized egg.
From the view point of couple’s fertility we can observe 2 stages :
relatively infertile phase;
combined fertile phase;
Relatively infertile phase starts at the beginning of the cycle (i.e. from the first day of menstrual period) and usually has different length. During that phase the cervix is closed, hard and low situated. The cervical fluid isn’t produced.
The environment in the vaginal tract is acidic so that it is a protection against pathogenic bacteria, viruses and mycotic fungus. It is also hostile environment for sperm, as the sperm cells need alkaline solution to survive. It means that after intercourse the sperms cells die in a few hours.
With the rise of the estrogen level the fertile phase begins. The egg matures in the ovary, the cervix starts opening, it moves up and softens. The appearing cervical fluid changes the vagina’s environment to an alkaline solution that enables the sperm cells to survive and get into the women’s genital tract.
At the beginning the cervical fluid is thick, white and non-transparent but with the estrogen rise it becomes transparent, tensile and smooth.
Thick cervical fluid is a kind of net which is hard to go through and sperm cells are being selected – the damaged and poor developed are kept away. The more watery and tensile the cervical fluid is the more sperm cells can go through it. The more fertile characteristic the cervical fluid is the better environment for sperm it becomes. As it is nutritious and enables the greater mobility.

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*sedang menghampiri Preovulatory Phase. Jadi, rilek2 saja utk menanti ovulation phase. Huhu

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Ice Cream and Whole Fat Milk

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"High intake of low-fat dairy foods may increase the risk of anovulatory infertility whereas intake of high-fat dairy foods may decrease this risk".

"women trying to conceive should drink whole fat milk and eat ice cream instead of going for low-fat dairy products like skimmed milk and yoghurt."

Drink a glass of whole milk or have a small dish of ice cream or full-fat yogurt every day; temporarily trade in skim milk and low- or no-fat for full-fat dairy products.

if you're trying to become pregnant, swap the skimmed milk for whole milk, ditch the low fat yogurt, or have a scoop of full fat ice cream for desert!

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Jadi....... mari lah kita makan ais krim hari hari. Tweheheheee......
Dan elakkan Tuti Fruiti. Errr...cena nak elak...tgk gambar ni pun da nom nom nom... Huhuhuuu...

Monday, February 20, 2012

Concept Fertility Centre

1:51 PM 4 Comments
Ever heard about it?
Concept Fertility Centre
Yeps... 1st time for me.
Came across when google about DSH Infertility.
Buleh tgk kat web dia ni

Dia ada kat 2,3 negara termasuk Malaysia.
And kat Malaysia ni service dia kat Damai Service Hospital.

Dalam memikirkan aku nak tukar tpt treatment dari LPPKN tu, maka aku rasa, aku nak try kat sini plak. Tpt ni mmg terlalu dkt ngan umah n ofis pun. In case aku pindah umah baru nati pun, masih lagi dkt. Takmo take for granted.

So, for the 1st step, Insyaallah, kalo takde aral melintang aku nak join forum ni

Da buat RSVP. Aku tgk menda ni last year pun ada. Tp tak sempat pegi. So, thn ni nak terai.
Sesapa yg free, bleh la booking. Kita jumpa di sana ya.

Tgk cemana. Kalo oke sini, bleh la try buat treatment sini plak. Tp cost la. Mmg byk la. Swasta pun kan. Tp tu lah tgk keadaan cena. Kalo bleh aku takmo la terus je IUI ke apa seme tu. Nak la secara natural, but then dibantu dgn ubat-ubatan. Tgk la cemana. Aku pun cam buntu dah skang ni selagi blum masuk umah baru tu. Huii..memacam nak kena pikir haih.

Menstrual Cycle : Menstrual Phase

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The menstrual phase or menstrual period

When a women is having her period, when she is bleeding, the lining of the uterus is breaking down and slowly flowing out of her body through the vagina over a period of days called the menstrual period or menstrual phase. 

Menstruation is the term given to the periodic discharge of blood, tissue, fluid and mucus from the reproductive organs of sexually mature females. Bleeding usually lasts from 3 -5 days each month, and is caused by a sudden reduction in the hormones, estrogen and progesterone when the egg was not fertilized. For most of a woman's life, the egg that is released approximately once each month will not become fertilized, so the lining that develops each month for the possibility of a fertilized egg cell won't be needed. Over a period of days the blood vessels shrink and the uterus will shed the unneeded lining, made up of a small amount of blood and tissue.

The first day of the menstrual cycle: Cycle Day 1

The most obvious sign and the beginning of your monthly cycle is your menses or menstrual period. That's when you start bleeding. So we'll start there. Your menstrual period begins on the first day you see bright red blood (brown spotting does not count). The first day of your bleeding also happens to be the beginning of your menstrual cycle, or 'Cycle Day 1' (CD 1). So CD 1, or the first day of your menstrual bleeding or the beginning of your cycle, are all on the same day. You begin counting your menstrual cycle on cycle day 1

Source : Babymed

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*kadang2 kesian  blog ini terbiar sepi. Jadi, bulan ni aku nak cuba keluarkan artikel mengikut cycle aku. At least ada gak something bahan utk blog ni. So, skang masih menstrual phase (CD1 : 18 Feb)

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Luluh Hati

5:08 PM 6 Comments
Tak tahu samada perasaan ini tetiba menjadi rapuh kerana 'sahabat baik' itu berkunjung, ataupun tetiba rasa sebak.
Dulu, sebelum kawin. Pegi kenduri dengan harapan dan doa agar tiada yg bertanya 'kau bila lagi nak kawen?'.
Dan bila dah kawin, rasa sedikit lega tapi berdoa juga agar tiada yg bertanya 'kau bila lagi nak beranak?'.
Dan skang, tiada lagi soalan diajukan, tp hati sedikit terusik melihat rakan-rakan yg kawin lebih lewat mengelek anak2 kecil. Ada juga yg dah berbadan dua - anak yg kedua ataupun ketiga. 
Hati mana tak luluh, hati mana tak sebak bila mengingatkan yg kita pun sepatutnya begitu.
Bersama-sama menyuapkan nasi ke mulut anak, yg turut melayan kehendak anak, yg bergilir makan kerana memegang si kecil yg kian lasak.

Ya Allah, terkadang, aku juga tak kuat untuk menerima dugaan ni.

Yang sama menyambut ulangtahun perkahwinan sudah nak masuk dua anaknya.

Yang lebih lewat kahwin pun, anak 2,3.
Tak lama lagi, kedengaran pula berita yang baru kahwin da dapat 'double line'

Ya Allah, bila lah peluang itu akan datang?

Sampai bila aku perlu menghadapi ujian ni????
Bukan berputus asa, tp cuma mengharapkan satu keajaiban akan berlaku.

*Mungkin moody disebabkan 'makcik' itu. CD1 bermula lagi.
Usaha bln lepas. Jus perawan yg hanya diminum seminggu je kot. So, kiranya mmg takde usaha apa pun la tu. 


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