IT happens every month whether you like it or not Put simply, ovulation is when your body releases an egg during your menstrual cycle in preparation for getting pregnant. Part of the ovary called a follicle releases the egg which travels down the fallopian tube and hopes to be met by sperm. When that doesn't happen, the egg dies and leaves your body with your uterine wall when you have your period. Knowing when you're ovulating is important if you are trying for a baby as it increases your chances of getting pregnant. It's also important if you aren't trying because it lets you know when to be extra careful.
The 4 signs you're at your most fertile point each month - including ovulation cramps
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The 4 signs you’re at your most fertile point each month – including ovulation cramps
It may not be his fault. Women in this fertile phase are more likely to be attracted to male pheromone androstenone, which contributes to that strong BO smell. But as you near ovulation, your body produces more estrogen, causing your cervical mucus to become stretchy and clear, like egg whites. FYI: Your cervix changes too and will become higher, softer and more open during ovulation.
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