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Check Out How To Track Your Menstrual Cycle To Know When You Ovulate

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It’s very good to  track your menstrual cycle to avoid some kind of surprise that you may not expect  to visits you  from your monthly visitor. Menstrual cycles have been tracked down for a very long time to pinpoint your period. But what’s the very  best way to track when you’re ovulating? These days, lot of women may prefer the ease of an app over the traditional calendar, but it’s the same idea: Knowing roughly when your ovary releases an egg can be very  useful. Whether you’re trying to increase your chances of pregnancy or lower them, let’s find out how to point when you’re ovulating.

So, ovulation occurs  when one of your ovaries releases an egg that travels from your fallopian tube to your uterus. Around day 6 to 14 of your menstrual cycle, follicles in one of your ovaries begin to mature. By day 10 or 14, an egg develops from one of your follicles. The egg then continues on its mission around day 14.

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WHEN DOES OVULATION OCCUR?

Ovulation happens typically once a month if you have a uterus and are of childbearing age — usually around day 14 to 16 of a 28-day menstrual cycle (about 2 weeks after your period). In rarer cases, some people might release multiple eggs within 24 hours of each other.

HOW LONG DOES OVULATION LAST?

Ovulation can only lasts for about 12 to 24 hours, but the fertile window can even lasts for quite a bit longer. According to health professionals, the man’s sperm can survive for up to 5 days in the female reproductive tract. So, there’s a pretty big window for fertilisation to happen. This actually means that there’s about a 5 to 6-day window you can get pregnant (and you don’t even have to do the deed during ovulation).

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF OVULATION

Not everyone will experiences such kind of symptoms of ovulation. Sometimes, even though, people may notice some or all of the following signs:

1.      OVULATION CRAMPS

though it’s less talked about, ovulation pain can be a thing as well. In actual fact, some even describe these sensations like a “twinge” or a “pop” in either ovary, a mild burning sensation, or a feeling of heaviness in the lower abdomen. The kind of discomfort you will have is often quite subtle and short-lived.

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2.     HIGH S3X DRIVE

If you’re more than ready to get down and dirty, you might be ovulating. No one’s sure exactly why some people get horny before their menses, but it could be due to a rise in estrogen and testosterone levels when ovulation.

3.     EGG-WHITE DISCHARGE

If you notice the arrival of a different-

looking discharge, ovulation may be the reason. Cervical mucus consists mostly of water. When estrogen levels flow during ovulation, this fluid becomes more voluminous, stretchy, and very clear — almost like egg whites. Basically, it’s the wave that sperm ride to the egg. During peak fertility, you might notice a lot more than usual. When it looks very stringy and sticky, it could be a clue that you’re ovulating or the time is close to.

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HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU’RE OVULATING?

Since ovulation typically happens around 10 to 16 days before your period starts, an app can be a a very helpful way to track when it happens. If you prefer the old-fashioned way, a calendar totally works too.

Here’s how to track it with regular-old pen and paper:

1.      You need to Record the beginning date and duration of your period for 8 to 12 months.

2.      Take a very good note of your longest and shortest cycle.

3.      Subtract 18 days from your shortest cycle — that’s the first day of your fertile window.

4.      Subtract 11 days for the duration of your longest cycle.

5.      Your fertile window = the time between the 2 days you wrote down.

For best results, your menstrual cycle should be roughly regular each month. You can also improve your estimates by pairing it with other methods like checking your temperature and cervical mucus.

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