You are more likely to get pregnant during ovulation. You can understand that this period is approaching by following some symptoms. 'High Heels' team for you as ovulation period symptomsto find out what happened to you.
What is the ovulation period?
Ovulation is the name for the process that usually takes place once during menstruation, when hormonal changes trigger the ovaries to release an egg. You can only become pregnant if a sperm fertilises an egg. Ovulation usually happens 12 to 16 days before the next period starts. The eggs are located in your ovaries. During the first part of each menstrual cycle, one of the eggs is being grown and matures.
What are the symptoms of ovulation?
There is no foolproof way to predict when you will ovulate or release an egg from one of your ovaries. However, there are several ways to predict when it is most likely to happen so that you can increase your chances of getting pregnant, either sexually or by trying intrauterine insemination (IUI).
- Increased vaginal discharge and/or liquefaction of the discharge. This is usually expressed as "my wetness has increased". This starts a few days before ovulation.
- Increase in body temperature. People cannot notice this, but when measured with degrees, you will see that there is an increase of half a degree in temperature.
- One-sided groin pain is experienced. Pain starts in the right or left groin. Sometimes bilateral pain. This usually starts on the day of ovulation and disappears on the same day. In some people, it starts 4-5 days before the ovulation period and disappears on the day of ovulation.
- Breast tenderness, fullness and tightness occur.
- There is a feeling of swelling in the abdomen.
- Pain and cramps occur in the abdomen.
- There is an increase in sexual desire. It usually starts 1-2 days before the ovulation period.
- Some people experience sensitivity or discomfort to stimuli such as smell, taste and light.
If you are experiencing all or some of the above symptoms, you have recently ovulation periodyou can find out when you are ovulating. If you use a calendar like your menstrual periods, you can find out when you are ovulating. During these periods, the sperms are very likely to attach to the eggs and this calendar will be very useful for those who want to become a mother.
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