A study of women seeking fertility assistance finds most could not identify the specific days of the menstrual cycle when they were fertile.
“This study found a majority of the women seeking fertility treatment had insufficient knowledge of when to time intercourse to optimize natural conception,” says Monash University researcher Kerry Hampton.
“It would appear that a gap exists between what women desire in relation to fertility-awareness education with the knowledge and understanding of health professionals and what they actually know.”
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