Charting Your Way To Conception - eBook

Charting Your Way to Conception will teach you how to identify your fertility signs, find out when you are fertile, see if and when you ovulate, and how to use your fertility signs to maximize your chances of conception.

It clearly explains the basics of fertility charting to achieve pregnancy, the relationship between your hormones and your fertility signs, how to observe and record primary and secondary fertility signs and how to interpret your fertility chart.

The current version has been expanded to include more frequently asked questions about fertility charting for conception and includes over 80 “real life” chart illustrations.


Charting Your Way to Conception will help both the novice and those more experienced make the most of charting for conception.

Kindle & Android: Charting Your Way To Conception is available in eBook format from Amazon Kindle Store for your mobile devices such as Kindle, Android smartphones/tablet, windows phone and desktop.

Apple iBooks: Charting Your Way To Conception is also available on Apple iBooks Store for easy reading on iPad/iPhone.

Download Instructions:

Specific Instructions:

iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch: You can download Charting Your Way To Conception in full color directly from the iBooks Store.

All Kindle Models including Kindle Fire: Search for "Charting Your Way To Conception" or "" in the Kindle Store directly on your device.

Kobo eReaders and Kobo Apps: Download directly form the Kobo Store: Charting Your Way To Conception

Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone 7: Download the Free Kindle App from Amazon if you do not have it installed already. Get the eBook directly from the Amazon Kindle Store.

Desktop/Laptop: For a comfortable reading and sync with your other devices:

Alternatively you can download the accrobat reader at You can then download the A PDF version

Other eReaders: You may try the PDF desktop format (see above).

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