If you would like more in-depth information, here is a little guide to help get you started.
There are many sources of great information available to you, on websites, in books, magazines and scholarly journals, on video, and more. A general encyclopedia article is often a good place to start, as it gives you the big picture and related terms.
Here are some good search terms to use: ovulation, pregnancy, conception, menstruation, estrogen, luteinizing hormone, ovaries, Fallopian Tubes, fertility, infertility, ovulation tester
AmericanPregnancy.org – The American Pregnancy Association is a national health organization committed to promoting reproductive and pregnancy wellness through education, research, advocacy, and community awareness
ASRM.org – American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) is a multidisciplinary organization dedicated to the advancement of the art, science, and practice of reproductive medicine. The Society accomplishes its mission through the pursuit of excellence in education and research and through advocacy on behalf of patients, physicians, and affiliated health care providers. The Society is committed to facilitating and sponsoring educational activities for the lay public and continuing medical education activities for professionals who are engaged in the practice of and research in reproductive medicine
CDC.gov/reproductivehealth – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the national government health research agency. CDC’s women’s reproductive health activities focus primarily on research concerned with contraception safety and efficacy, fertility, infertility, and HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Good source of statistics.
ReproductiveFacts.org – this is actually the education and information part of the ASRM.org site, above. It has bulletins on many topics, as well as news and reports on research, funding, and legislation affecting the field.
Resolve.org – RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association, established in 1974, is a non-profit organization with the only established, nationwide network mandated to promote reproductive health and to ensure equal access to all family building options for men and women experiencing infertility or other reproductive disorders
Everybody’s cycle is unique. While this might help you, you might be one of those people with a unique cycle.