Natal Lunar Phase and Pregnancy

Do you know if you're ovulating? Ovulation is crucial for pregnancy since conception can't occur if there's no egg released for the sperm to fertilize. There are medical tests that can be done to determine whether or not you're ovulating, but these should only be done if you suspect a problem. The tests can be invasive, time consuming and costly so sometimes it's initially easier to watch your body for signs of ovulation. If you're ovulating, your body will give you clear signs and clues. If there are no indicators that you're ovulating, then you should contact your physician.

The Natal Lunar Phase vs. the Rhythm Method

Sometimes people confuse the natal lunar phase method with the rhythm method. The two are different. The rhythm method doesn't involve analyzing the fertility signals your body sends out monthly whereas the lunar phase method does. The rhythm method tends to be unreliable because you're simply counting days and guessing when you're fertile. The date of ovulation can change if you're stressed or sick or on certain types of medication.

Spontaneous Ovulation

It's actually possible to get pregnant two times month instead of the mid-cycle fertile period most women watch. It's possible for the moon to trigger ovulation any time during your cycle, even occasionally during your period. Women who don't know this are missing an opportunity to conceive. Or if they're watching their fertile periods as a birth control method, they're increasing the chance of an unexpected pregnancy.

Every woman has a lunar fertile time. It varies from woman to woman and is figured out based on birth data. The lunar fertile time is related to the position of the moon and the type of moon. The moon can trigger ovulation and the chances of this happening increase with stress and even sexual intercourse can trigger ovulation during the lunar time. Watch your body's fertility signals to watch for the possibly of two chances a month to get pregnant and increase the chance of conception

Fertility Charting System

Here is what you should look for each week of your cycle to figure out your fertile period.

Week 1: First day of bleeding can involve back aches, cramping, the feeling that your inner organs are falling out and overall general discomfort. Some women have no symptoms. After bleeding energy levels tend to return. Vaginal mucus is dry or absent which means this is an infertile time.

Week 2: Ovulation approaches and cervical mucus becomes wetter, slippery and white. When ovulation occurs the mucus is very wet and slippery. Other symptoms may include increased sex drive, cramps, tender breasts and mood swings.

Week 3: Cervical mucus production slows and mucus becomes thick and drier.

Week 4: There's little to no cervical mucus. Pre-menstrual symptoms can start including insomnia, lower energy, cramps, headaches, bloating and food cravings.