Kategorie: Fertility Facts

What is the Basal Body Temperature?

The basal body temperature is the body temperature of a woman in the morning after waking up and before getting up. It is therefore often called waking temperature. The basal body temperature changes in the course of the menstrual cycle, so that the evaluation of the basal temperature curve (temperature method) can be used to determine the fertile days.1

Determining Cervical Mucus

The quality and amount of cervical mucus varies from woman to woman and can change due to age, lifestyle and diet. However, cervical discharge undergoes certain stages over the course of a menstrual cycle, which are similar in every woman. These variations are indicators for the respective cycle phase as well as ovulation.
The great thing about monitoring your mucus is that it gets much easier after some time practising. Determining and analysing cervical fluid is a matter of experience that needs to be combined with general knowledge of cervical mucus.

PMS? Eat Yourself Happy!

You would like to nurture your body without missing out on yummy food? Together with celebrity chef Ralf Kronmüller, we created some recipes to fight bad mood and PMS symptoms. The focus lies on selected, fresh ingredients and dishes which raise your spirit and are easy to prepare.

Recipe Broccoli Vegetable Soup

Foods for PMS Relief?

What we eat is directly connected to our health. Our mental well-being is also influenced by our diet. It is therefore logical that a healthy diet has a positive effect on our mood, which is often impaired by the premenstrual syndrome (PMS).

PMS Symptoms

What is PMS? PMS (premenstrual syndrome) includes certain symptoms that may occur in women in the period between ovulation and menstruation. PMS includes symptoms such as pain, nausea and mood swings. It can occur in all fertile women.

Woman Suffering From PMS Symptoms