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  • 02 nov 2016 | by: Lady-Comp UK

I can't recommend the Lady Comp enough, it has been the most positive, empowering decision I've ever made. Depressed from side effects of the pill, and allergic to latex I decided to look into natural fertility methods and found the Lady-Comp.

  • 15 sep 2016 | by: Lady-Comp UK

Approximately thirty percent of all women in the United States suffer from a diminished sex drive, and many studies link this to the use of hormonal birth control. If you are experiencing a decreased libido and believe it may be caused by your hormonal birth control, there are a few things you can try.

  • 10 aug 2016 | by: Lady-Comp UK

Through the years, articles have been published on ways to increase your chances of having a baby of a specific gender, and many of them have to do with your pre-conception diet. It is thought that these diets can change either the content of a woman’s uterine environment or the acidity in her body, making it more receptive to one type of sperm over another.

  • 16 jul 2016 | by: Lady-Comp UK

Natural family planning has become so much more than simply a way to avoid or achieve pregnancy; it’s become a way of life. Even though my husband and I aren’t newlyweds anymore, fertility awareness helps to keep our relationship fresh and exciting.

  • 17 jun 2016 | by: Lady-Comp UK

I was taking the contraceptive pill for ten years and had never asked any questions about it. What was in the pills, how they work, how they affect you. It never crossed my mind until I took to a more natural and healthy lifestyle.

I found out how the pill was messing with my hormones and mood and decided I had had enough and came off it.

  • 22 may 2016 | by: Lady-Comp UK

I have used different types of the hormonal contraceptive pill over the years and I had felt side effects from all of them. I often felt low, emotional and also from suffered overly sensitive skin when I took the contraceptive pill.

We looked into the different options available and the Lady Comp seemed simple to use and it also had a great accuracy rate when used appropriately.

  • 06 apr 2016 | by: Lady-Comp UK

"The UK has a culture that largely equates contraception with the pill and other artificial methods of contraception," says Luke Manczak, managing director of Lady-Comp UK and Ireland. "It seems that few women in the UK know about natural contraception options."

  • 21 mar 2016 | by: Lady-Comp UK

According to Prevention Magazine, regardless of if they have children or not, women tend to get less sleep than men overall, due to fluctuating estrogen.

During both menstruation and menopause, levels of estrogen, which helps promote sleep, are lower in the body. Furthermore, symptoms associated with lowered estrogen, including headaches, cramps, and hot flashes, all do their part to interrupt a good night’s sleep.

  • 17 feb 2016 | by: Lady-Comp UK

“I just want to say how much Lady Comp has changed my life. Approaching my wedding back in 2011 I spent months trying pill after pill, side effect after side effect with no luck. I felt stuck, stuck with going to have to deal with the side effects. Like a lot of girls I didn’t know much about natural birth control methods. I had always been fed the “you have to go on the pill” line.

  • 05 feb 2016 | by: Lady-Comp UK

A new study published by the Indian Journal of Cancer notes a link between women's oral contraceptive use and being at increased risk for breast cancer. Lady-Comp offers a healthy, natural and risk-free alternative to hormonal contraceptives, using state-of-the-art software for fertility monitoring with 99.3% accuracy.

  • 16 jan 2016 | by: Lady-Comp UK

A survey of women who used Baby-Comp®, an intelligent fertility monitor that tracks and predicts women’s ovulation cycles, yielded encouraging results for women who are looking for an easy-to-use method for becoming pregnant. The survey results showed that among women who were childless before using Baby-Comp®, 75% reported becoming pregnant at last after they used the monitor for pregnancy planning.

  • 30 dec 2015 | by: Lady-Comp UK

The World Health Organization officially labels combined oral contraceptives as a Group 1 Carcinogen, on the same list as other more publicised causes of cancer such as asbestos, tobacco, and tanning booths. Yet, the medical community continues to prescribe the birth control pill for everything from acne to mood swings, with the thought that the benefits outweigh the risks.

  • 23 oct 2015 | by: Lady-Comp UK

Almost every woman, at one point or another, finds herself in one of the following situations:

  • Trying to achieve pregnancy
  • Trying to avoid pregnancy
  • Simply wanting to understand her body’s natural cycle

Such women are acutely aware of the implications of fertility in their personal and family lives, whether it’s the heartache that can stem from infertility or the complex emotions, often including anxiety, surrounding family planning choices. Unfortunately, many women lack adequate understanding about their bodies’ natural processes, including their personal window of fertility, and feel the need to surrender to medicine to dictate what their cycles do.

  • 26 sep 2015 | by: Lady-Comp UK

If you are trying to have a baby and are not getting pregnant, it doesn’t mean you are infertile. Most likely, you are trying to conceive on the wrong days of your cycle. You need something that tells you when you can conceive. That is what a fertility monitor does, maximising your chances of having a child naturally with the ovulation method.

  • 20 aug 2015 | by: Lady-Comp UK

Small diet and environmental changes can have a great impact on your ability to conceive. Remember your body is a vessel that will bring your most precious gift into the world. There are ways to improve your fertility through taking care of your physical health. 

Do you know that drinking 500 milligrams of caffeine per day (approximately five 8-ounce cups of coffee or five 20-ounce sodas) is associated with lower fertility?