At home hormone tracking with Rose Mackenzie

cycle charting fertility hormones fertility testing Mar 24, 2024

Women can empower themselves by tracking their hormones to understand their reproductive health to help them get pregnant.  In today’s episode, I interview Rose Mackenzie, a medical affairs specialist at Mira. We discuss how Mira helps women interpret and track their hormones at home to improve their fertility and identify gaps in their menstrual cycle.  The discuss the symptothermal method, the menstrual cycle, hormone tracking, how to interpret results, and red flags to look out for in hormone patterns.

Episode Highlights:

  • The difference between the Marquette method and sympto-thermal method when cycle charting
  • Understanding the menstrual cycle phases
  • Importance of hormone tracking at home
  • Comparison between blood serum tests and urine metabolite tests
  • Distinction between Mira and the Dutch test for hormone testing
    How to read and interpret Mira results
  • Red flags and concerning signs in hormone patterns

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Guest Bio:

Rose Mackenzie is the Medical Affairs Specialist at Mira, Rose assists healthcare professionals and providers to successfully use Mira with their patients. She is a fertility health coach certified in the Marquette Method and Sympto-thermal method of Natural Family Planning.  She has coached more than 500 clients including women using the Mira monitor to track their hormones in regular cycles, irregular cycles, postpartum amenorrhea, chemo-induced menopause, and perimenopause. Rose is also a Mira expert and helps with understanding and interpreting women’s hormones data with the Mira monitor.

Please Note: The contents of this podcast are for educational and informational purposes only. The information is not to be interpreted as, or mistaken for, clinical advice. Please consult a medical professional or healthcare provider for medical advice, diagnoses, or treatment.


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