Female ovulation: basic knowledge

The first step will understand the female anatomy in the way it works at different stages of birth. Ovulation is one of these phases of the menstrual cycle, when the ovum or egg is released from the ovaries. If the egg meets the sperm male in this journey through the fallopian tubes, then carried out the design. This sounds simple, but ovulation depends on the interaction between the glands and hormones.

This may be one reason why some women can not conceive. The gland that affects ovulation is called the hypothalamus, using their hormones to communicate with the pituitary gland, known as the master gland of the endocrine system. In return, the pituitary gland produces luteinized hormone (LH) and FSH. High levels of LH causes ovulation to two days. The cycle continues to mature follicles being released by the egg into the peritoneal cavity and then into the fallopian tubes, and thence into the uterus. If the egg does not meet with sperm in the first 24 hours, then dies.

Ovulation occurs two weeks before the start of the menstrual cycle once a month until menopause occurs, after which time there can be no pregnancy. Some changes occur in cervical mucus, which becomes slippery and soft, and these changes are accompanied by general or localized pain. Sometimes there is a delay or diversion of 24 to 35 days in the menstrual cycle, or experienced a slight fever of women following natural family planning methods. This leads them to confuse the symptoms of ovulation with pre-monthly, if accompanied by pain and changes in the body.

Instead of trying to guess, ovulation should be confirmed with items available in the market or through blood tests or ultrasound pregnancy. Once you’re unsure, we recommend taking precautions to prevent spontaneous abortions or bleeding. Being a mother is something natural that should be enjoyed and that we should receive in any cycle.

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