The Physical Signs Of Ovulation

Women’s bodies have a certain system of function which ensures that they are ready for fertilisation after every cycle; it is usually in the five days before ovulation that they are fertile and can get pregnant if they do engage in a sexual act. The body has a way of reacting during this period and with careful observance each woman can see the signs of ovulation when she is at that period of time in her cycle. Of course this signs are usually very general and may not be so easy to recognize but if you are very keen and observant you will easily know when they begin to appear. Every woman that is aware of her body behaviour will have no problem when it comes to understanding the signs but even those who do not yet have a clear understanding can always learn.

The first sign of ovulation that may be observed is the increase in basal body temperature. This is basically easy to determine because you can check your temperature in the morning when you wake up. Usually if a woman is ovulating or about to, her temperature will generally increase. This is because of the hormonal activity that will be taking place in her system. The next thing that can be noticed is an increase in her cervical mucus. When the woman is about to ovulate, the mucus is increase to facilitate easy movement of the sperm to the point where fertilisation is supposed to take place. The other sign that you can detect is the change in position of the cervix. When the woman is ovulating the cervix will usually be open and more moist than usual.

It is also common to find women complaining of some abdominal pain during some times in the month. This pain usually lasts for just a few hours but in some cases it may even take longer than two days, this does not however mean that there is something wrong with the woman. There is also an increased libido production in the woman when she is almost ovulating or during ovulation. It is also true that a woman’s breasts become somewhat tender when she is in her fertile cycle and that can also help you determine whether you are ovulating or not.

There may still be other physical signs of ovulation in women that may be unique to each one but the above mentioned are the most common and frequent in almost all women. If you are not sure about any of these signs you can always use the calculation method to determine whether it is time or not yet. Indeed there is a way that the cycle can be calculated and a clear determination made.

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