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These are signs of ovulation


If you want a baby, it is important to know how ovulation works and what the signs are. We have collected everything worth knowing about it.

These are the signs of ovulation (Fot—É: iStock)

How is ovulation done?

Ovulation is the process by which one of the ovaries emits a mature egg, which starts in the fallopian tubes, so that it can become fertile. On the day of ovulation and in the 5 days before ovulation, you are most likely to become pregnant. FSH (follicular hormone) plays a major role in ovulation, which may be due to increased levels in the days before ovulation to halt ovulation. It also produces estrogen due to the hormone FSH, the level of which increases as the follicle matures.If enough is present in estrogen, it also has the effect of releasing a third hormone, LH, or luteinized hormone. LH is the hormone which can also be detected in urine by ovulation tests 24-36 hours before ovulation.Once the follicle starts from the ovaries, it enters the fallopian tubes. Here, it is approximately 12-24 urns across the reproductive tract - that is, sperm must be present at this time for fertilization.

What happens after ovulation?

After ovulation, it begins to produce progesterone, which prevents your next follicle from bursting - until the next ovulation cycle. If the ovary does not become fertile, it is usually absorbed or missed after 12-24 hours. After 12-16 days, the progesterone level is lowered enough to stop menstruation and then the cycle starts again.If the ovaries become fertile, the next week it passes through the fallopian tubes, where it becomes ingrained in the cervix, and then begins the wonderful developmental process of the baby. In this case, progesterone levels remain high, so there is no menstruation.

When am I most productive?

Women have the highest chance of becoming pregnant on the day of ovulation and in the 24 hours before ovulation. However, sperm can survive for up to 5 days in the reproductive tract, so even if a woman survives unprotected in the days before ovulation, she can become pregnant.

When is the ovulation?

Just like menstruation, so does ovulation, but it is common to say that most menstrual periods occur 14 days before menstruation. So, those who have a 28-day cycle are about 14, who are 30 days, and most are oval on day 16. 11-21 for an irregular cycle day may be the time of ovulation. If you want to know exactly, your pelvis ultrasound or progesterone test can give you this information.

Are there any signs that ovulation can be inferred?

About 20% of women experience moderate pain in the lower abdomen, which can be dull, stinging or upright, and last for up to 2 days from a few minutes. Breast tenderness can also be a wobbly sign at the middle of the cycle, and in the days before ovulation, the vagina can also be fuller, thicker, slimmer, more egg-white (VIA)Connected to: