The Cycle Diet™ Ovulation Predictor Calendar bracelet is uniquely designed to be worn while on the diet as a subtle reminder to cycle dates or as a tool for conception. It looks like expensive jewelry, but is designed to help you with your fertility choices. These bracelets are made from high quality sterling silver and semi-precious stone beads. Your important fertility dates will always be handy as a reminder when making personal plans. Thirty-one beads represent each day of the month with the numbers 1, 7, 14, 21 and 28 in solid sterling silver blocks. Bracelets comes with two beautiful sterling silver moveable charms that mark your anticipated ovulation date and the first day of your cycle. The small round charm, reminiscent of an egg indicates your ovulation date. The flower charm marks the anticipated day 1 of your cycle or the start of menses. Most women's cycles are 28 days in length but can be shorter or longer, if you are wanting to become pregnant you may want to use a home LH monitor kit.
How to Use: The calendar bracelet is a multi-month calendar. If you started your period on the 10 of March you would use that date as the 1st day of your cycle, then count 14 days (beads) to estimate your ovulation date. Hook the small round charm between 23rd and 24th beads. From the estimated ovulation date now count another 14 days to estimated the 1st day of your next period. There are 31 days in March so use all the beads to count into April. April 6 would then be the anticipated 1st day of your next period. Hook the flower charm between the 5th and 6th bead. If you have a shorter cycle than 28 days use 13 days. See how easy it is to keep track. Once you start your period count how many total days your cycle was and keep track of the actual length of each cycle to give you an average over a few months. Move the charms each month as needed to chart your cycle taking into consideration 30 or 31 days in each month. Skip the 31st bead on those months with 30 days. According to fertility specialists the best time to start trying to conceive is 1-2 days prior to ovulation.