How to Achieve a Normal and Healthy Ovulation?
Ovulating – What is Ovulation and
How Can You Tell When You are Ovulating?
Ovulating / Ovulation how do you know when you are ovulating? When you are ovulating is important to know because it is the only time a woman can get pregnant during her cycle. Ovulation is the time during a women’s cycle when eggs are released from the ovaries into the fallopian tube. In order to get pregnant, sperm must be present during the period of ovulation, so it is vital to have intercourse just prior and during the time the woman is ovulating.
Ovulation – The most fertile time during your menstrual cycle – is the moment a mature egg is released from the follicle of an ovary. Once released, the egg has a life span of about 24 hours. Conception is most likely to take place at this time. – so precise ovulation prediction is key. Ovulation takes place about 14 days after the beginning of a woman’s menstrual cycle. There are different ways to calculate ovulation – and these methods are listed below. You can also maintain an ovulation calendar and calculate the time of ovulation within your cycle by subtracting the length of your luteal phase from the length of your cycle.
During ovulation, two ovarian hormones, oestradiol and progesterone, are produced, which create conditions conducive to fertilization.
- Oestradiol is produced alone by the developing follicle before ovulation; it stimulates the glands of the cervix to secrete a particular type of mucus (“mucus with fertile characteristics”) which is essential for the sperm to pass through the cervix and reach the ovum. oestradiol also stimulates growth of the endometrium lining the uterus (womb).
- After ovulation, progesterone and oestradiol are produced by the corpus luteum which forms from the ruptured follicle. This progesterone causes the abrupt change in the mucus which occurs immediately after ovulation and defines the Peak symptom. Progesterone also prepares the oestrogen-primed endometrium for implantation of the fertilized ovum.
In the absence of pregnancy, production of oestradiol and progesterone begins to decline approximately 7 days after ovulation and this results in shedding of the endometrium as menstrual bleeding 11-16 days after ovulation.
Ovulation and Getting Pregnant
Ovulation is the ideal period of your cycle when your chances of getting pregnant are highest. Your fertile period starts about 4-5 days before ovulation, and ends about 24-48 hours after it. This is because sperm can live in your body for approximately 4 to 5 days, and the egg can live for 24 to 48 hours after being released. In normally fertile couples there is a 25 percent chance of getting pregnant each cycle, meaning around 75 to 85 percent of women who have sex without using birth control will get pregnant within one year. You can boost your chances of getting pregnant by learning exactly when you ovulate by understanding the cyclic hormonal and physical changes that take place in your body each month.
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- Boost libido and sexual pleasure
- Relieve the symptoms of PMS
- Improve overall systemic health
Female fertility: How does it work?
Ovulation occurs when the ovary releases an egg about half way through the menstrual cycle. The egg then passes down into the fallopian tubes. If the woman has had sex and there are sperm present, the egg can then be fertilized and conception occurs. The fertilized egg then travels into the uterus, where it implants itself in the uterine lining approximately 6 – 10 days after conception.
While this process seems simple, it is, in fact, a complex process involving systemic, hormonal, emotional, as well as reproductive health. While it may normally take a few months to get pregnant, further help may be needed if a woman has not become pregnant within a year (or 6 months for women over 35).