What Is Ovulation and How to Determine It

Friday, June 18th, 2010 No Comments Under: Ovulation

Ovulation is a core point of menstrual period in any woman, which happens approximately on the 14th day from its beginning (if the cycle is as long as 28 days). Ovulation consists in ovule’s leaving the follicle, where it has matured. A certain point at which ovulation can happen is determined by several factors, like the estrogen hormone excreted by the ovule itself and the commands which brain sends to release it.  Read more »

Ovulation Test Details

Monday, September 21st, 2009 No Comments Under: Ovulation

Ovulation is a process which takes place in a female organism every menstrual period. An ovule which matures in a follicle gets out of it and starts moving towards the womb. If it’s fertilized, an ovule turns into an embryo and a woman gets pregnant, if not, it dies in the womb. Read more »

Ovulation and Spheres of Its Influence (Signs and Factors)

Monday, September 21st, 2009 No Comments Under: Ovulation

Female fertility is fully dependent on the ovaries’ ability to ovulate. All infertility issues which are connected with women have the problem of anovulation behind them. Ovulation, in its turn, is provided by several factors of female organism: by the proper function of hypophysis, by the ovaries’ ability to produce estrogen and progesterone. Read more »

3 Sure Ways to Detect Ovulation

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009 One Comment Under: Ovulation

A woman can get pregnant during a certain period which consists of several days. These days are commonly preceding and following ovulation. Ovulation is a process of ovule discharge from the follicle. If ovulation takes place in a female organism on a regular basis, a woman is considered fertile. Though, it may happen that a menstrual period is not accompanied with ovulation. It’s normal to have one ovulation in course of two or three monthly periods. Still, if ovaries are unable to produce ovules for more than two years, this condition is called infertility. Read more »