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Importance of knowing about your Ovulation

  • Know when you are ovulating

    If you are planning for a pregnancy, then it is important about knowing your bodily changes that are positive for getting pregnant. Ovulating period is important for getting pregnant; it gives you an idea to find out when is the right time for conceiving. Conversely, if you are not ready to conceive, it is good to know about the ovulation signs, to help you avoid unwanted pregnancy. But if you are a woman who has irregular menstruation then it is difficult to predict your ‘OVULATING PERIOD’. In such instances you will probably need to consult a fertility specialist.

  • Track your cycle

    Tracking your menstrual cycle for at least a few months would help you identify the right dates and predict the ovulatory period. It is advised to have sex every other day, especially during the ‘FERTILE WINDOW.' This period is during the 5 days before your ovulation starts. This helps the sperm wait for your egg to get them fertilized

    If you’re menstrual cycle is of 28 days pattern. Your ‘FERTILE WINDOW’ begins on day 10 and you are most likely to ovulate on day14, the chances for you to get pregnant would be more if you have sex, at least, the every other day between 10 and 14 days of your cycle

  • Observe for body changes

    Ovaries give off estrogen. When there is an increase in your estrogen levels, your ovaries release an egg, and the body starts making progesterone that rises your body temperature. By tracking the temperature every day before you get out of the bed. You will be clear about the pattern that shows when you ovulate and when you are fertile.

  • Try an ovulation predictor kit

    Start testing with ovulation predictor kit before the estimated day of ovulation. Suppose, assume that your cycle is a typical 28 days one, you can start testing from day 11. If the result turns to be positive it is obvious that you are going to ovulate within the next 24 to 36 hours.

  • Observe ‘Mittelschmerz’

    ‘Mittelschmerz’ is nothing but ‘middle pain’ in German. You will feel pain and discomfort in your lower abdomen; this can be your monthly reminder that reminds you or indicates that your eggs are getting released from the ovary, and you began the fertile period.

  • Observe the changes in your mucus

    During the period of ovulation, you can observe your cervical mucus be clear, slippery, as the consistency of an egg white. This is the best sign that tells you when you are actually ovulating.

  • To observe your cervical position

    Your cervix changes its position when you are fertile. It does not remain in the same position throughout the day. Therefore, it is best to check the cervix in the same time each day. When you are not fertile, you would feel the cervix low and hard. If you are fertile, your cervix is (SHOW) soft, high, open, and wet.