You got my attention because you wrote that you wanted to support women on IVF, and I am doing IVF. I don't know if your birth charts are based on astrology, numerology or something else. I am interested in astrological research. I know a bit about research, but next to nothing about astrology yet, so I was wondering if you'd be able to answer a few questions to help me understand a little more about the charts you do.
I wasn't sure what it is that the charts are revealing to you. You make reference to high fertility, conception, and ovulation. I guess normally these would all be around the same time, but that's not necessarily true for IVF. What do the charts make of a FET? or when fertilisation occurs 14 months after ovulation (EPU)?
I also wasn't sure of what you mean by the term "high fertility". Is it lots of eggies, receptive uterus, high E2 or P4, a combination of factors (which factors), or something else?
If you can do a retrospective chart for me, back through the last half of 2009, I'll be able to provide you with 5 more conception data points (along with the number of eggs successfully fertilised each time). DOB 4 Sep 1977, 17:55 Australian eastern standard time (I assume you need timezone and +/- daylight savings for an accurate chart).
Are you able to see the date of implantation in the charts (will need to be a forward prediction for me)? That would be a lot more useful for IVF than ovulation or conception (both of which occur in nearly every IVF cycle - well, EPU rather than ovulation).
Will DHs fertility be reflected in my chart? I would expect the father's fertility to be relevant to conception and subsequent growth of the embryo, but don't know how my birthdate would provide any clue to that. Or do the principles of astrology allow you to extrapolate the father of my children sufficiently from my birthday/time for those consequences to be revealed in fertility predictions?
It appears as though you provide an average of 3 months to each woman to produce the 90% success rate you reported. Those particular figures caught my eye because IVF also predicts roughly 90% success within 3 cycles. While the success of IVF can be compared with the success of those same women falling pregnant in between cycles, I was wondering how you validate your predictions in the general female population. What is the success rate of the women in the control group to whom you provide 3 random dates? Did the other 10% of your women fall pregnant outside of the predicted dates? or did they fail to fall pregnant?
I think that's enough questions for me to gain a little understanding. I hope my retrospective chart will be able to confirm your results.