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Signs and Symptoms of Ovulation

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Signs and Symptoms of Ovulation

Signs and Symptoms of Ovulation
Ovulation

Ovulation is an important and natural process that occurs in a woman’s body every month.

It is the release of a mature egg from the ovary, which then travels down the fallopian tube towards the uterus, where it can potentially be fertilized by sperm.

Understanding and tracking your ovulation can greatly increase your chances of becoming pregnant, as well as help you monitor your reproductive health.

But how do you know when you are ovulating? There are several signs and symptoms that can indicate when this process is occurring in your body. By paying attention to these signs, you can better understand your menstrual cycle and plan accordingly.

Here are some of the common signs and symptoms of ovulation:

1. Changes in cervical mucus: As you approach ovulation, your cervix produces more mucus that is clear and slippery, resembling egg whites. This fertile cervical mucus helps sperm travel through the cervix to reach the egg. You may notice this change in consistency around day 14 of a typical 28-day cycle.

Also read; Factors Affecting Ovulation

Signs and Symptoms of Ovulation

2. Increase in basal body temperature (BBT): BBT refers to your body’s lowest resting temperature, usually measured first thing in the morning before any activity or food intake. During ovulation, there is a slight increase in BBT due to higher levels of progesterone released by the ovaries after an egg has been released.

3. Ovulatory pain or cramping: Some women experience mild pain or cramping on one side of their lower.

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