Healthy Living: Fertility techniques

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Women can possibly avoid expensive fertility treatments by just monitoring certain changes in their body.

Researchers found women who monitored changes in cervical mucus were more than twice as likely to conceive than women who did not track it.

The study found the technique could be just as accurate, if not more accurate compared to fertility tests sold in stores.

The study was published online in the journal Fertility and Sterility.