Ovulation symptoms vary from one woman to the other one. Some women never experience ovulation symptoms. Some of them ovulate on the same day of a month, while others ovulate on varying days of each month.
Pregnancy is tied to ovulation, so, it’s important to get familiar with ovulation, its symptoms and procedure.
Each women born with millions of immature eggs. These eggs release each month. During ovulation, eggs move forward the fallupian tube, and bring forth in facing with sperm. For most women, ovulation occurs once a month and few weeks before period cycle.
Ovulation typically occurs on day 15 of your menstrual cycle, but it’s not the same for everyone. For example, if your cycle is 35 days, ovulation will happen on day 21 of that cycle. If your cycle is 21 days, ovulation will happen on day 7.
Pregnant women, menopause women and those who use contraceptive pills, don’t have ovulation.
– Change in cervical fluid. Having the most amount of wet fluid means to ovulation.
– Change body temperature. The increase in body temperature is a sign of ovulation.
– Change in cervical position and firmness. During ovulation will be soft, high, open and wet.
– Increasing sense of smell.
Secondary ovulation symptoms are as follows:
– Light spotting
– Breast tenderness
– Abdominal bloating
– Increased sex drive
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