What is Ovulation?

What is Ovulation?

Not every woman has the ability to ovulate but those who do, ovulate differently than anyone else. Ovulation signs can vary from female to female. There are the kinds of female who ovulate the same time and the day of each month. Others can be very unpredictable and ovulation changes every month. Those who are looking to understand their body much better will want to pinpoint when they’re ovulating. In order to be able to pinpoint ovulation one will have to know the signs which will point in that direction. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Understanding ovulation

In order to conceive one must understand ovulation and what it means to ovulate. Ovulation occurs about a week after your menstrual period begins, and is a 2-4 day window when your body releases eggs for fertilization. During these few days your body releases an egg to travel through the fallopian tubes and into the uterus for fertilization and implantation once fertilized. You can only get pregnant during ovulation time. With that said, let us see a few signs that your body lets off prior to and during ovulation. Signs will not always be the same for each woman. We are all different and respond differently. What I may feel when ovulating will be completely different than what you feel. The intensity and variety of the different signs will depend on your body and your body alone. There are some common signs that have been recorded that can help you pinpoint ovulation. Physicians have said these are the most frequent symptoms that most women experience.

Cervical fluid

Watch your cervical fluid because there will be changes in it when you are ovulating. It has been said that the fluid will resemble ‘egg whites’. Each and every woman will have different cervical fluid and it may resemble different things. Be sure to speak with your primary care doctor if you are worried about the appearance or smell.

Basal body temperature

Changes in your basal body temperature are another sign of ovulation. Be sure to watch around the time you believe you are ovulation because this will occur before ovulation does. For the most part your basal body temperature is the same always but it will have a small decline before and as it gets closer to occurring you will notice a great increase.

Cervical position

A change in your cervical position and firmness is a likely sign of ovulation. The female reproduction system goes through many changes while you are ovulating. One may notice ovulation easily when you understand that the cervix gives off obvious signs such as:

The cervix will be …
• Soft
• High
• Open
• Wet

Other signs

Health professionals have produced another list of ovulation signs that are not as prevalent but are known as being secondary. This list may include the following signs:

• Light spotting
• Slight cramping or pain on one side of the pelvis
• Breast tenderness
• Abdominal bloating
• Increased sex drive
• Heightened sense of smell, taste or vision

Seek for physician’s help

Those who are able to read these signs that your body is giving off means that one has taken the time to study and become informed. It takes a lot of observing and confirming with your personal physician as to whether or not these symptoms are what they are. This can be rather confusing so do not feel like you are alone as many people feel this way at first. Ovulation signs can be confusing but with the studying and observing of one’s body it will become much more clear. Please be sure to speak with physician to make sure you are as healthy as possible.

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