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. If a hormonal imbalance takes place, or there are problems with the mentioned area of the human brain, the possibility of ovulation is low. In addition, if monthlies are not periodic, or there is an interval of more than one month between them, ovulation is unlikely to happen. Moreover, outer factors are also prone to affect ovulation. For instance, emotional stress can lead to anovulation, or, on the opposite, provoke two ovulations in one cycle.

In some women ovulation is expressed by pains in the lower abdomen, dizziness, weakness or, on the opposite, intense excitement, especially sexual. On the system level ovulation is expressed in progesterone increase, as well as increased discharge from the vagina. The character of discharge changes as well, with “normal” one being dense, and ovulation discharge being watery. Also, ovulation is signed by basal body temperature fall.

Ovulation is said to influence the future baby’s sex. The ovule which is fertilized on the day of intercourse or the next day is more likely to become a future girl, than one fertilized in several days after it. This fact is explained by the tendency of spermatozoids, carrying female chromosome, to die quicker, than those carrying male chromosome. That is why there are more male spermatozoids in the womb when the ovule gets out some days after the intercourse.

Being a highly important event in every woman’s life (be it a woman who is afraid of it or a woman who is awaiting it impatiently), ovulation plays a role that we don’t even guess it to play, affecting our mood, health state and even the sex of our future babies.

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