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Facts About The Ovulation Cycle
 

Facts About The Ovulation Cycle

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http://www.expectant-moms.com When the temperature rises, it is to late to intercourse that will result in a pregnancy. Eggs can only live in the less than24 hours.

http://www.expectant-moms.com When the temperature rises, it is to late to intercourse that will result in a pregnancy. Eggs can only live in the less than24 hours.

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      The Ovulation Cycle
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      If a women wants to conceive a baby, she should know her menstrual cycle.
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      Ovulation is the time in a woman’s monthly cycle when her ovary will release an egg.
      If she has intercourse in the days leading up to and on the day of ovulation, this is her ‘pregnancy window’
      Usually ovulation happens between day 8 and day 14of your monthly cycle, but this can change sometimes.
      It will be difficult to determine the ovulation time if you have an irregular menstrual cycle.
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      How to know if the women is about to ovulate:
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      Rise of basal temperature.
      When the body temperature turn 36.5 – 38 degrees C to 99 degrees the ovulations has ended. And when its 35.5 – 36.5 degrees C your ovulating.
      When the temperature rises, it is to late to intercourse that will result in a pregnancy. Eggs can only live in the less than24 hours.
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      Changes to the cervical mucus.
      When your ovulating your mucus turns clearer, wetter and elastic, can be compared to raw egg white.
      When this happen, woman is at her most fertile and has a good chance of falling pregnant.
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      Changes to cervical mucus that means your fertile will not work to everyone women.
      The best predictor of ovulation is monitoring levels of Luteinizing hormone (LH - is the hormone that actually triggers ovulation.) in urine.
      Ovulation will take place 12-48 hours after the LH surge is first detected, though 36 hours is considered to be the average length of time for ovulation following the LH surge.
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      You should have intercourse on the day of the LH surge and the 3 following days, to increase the possibility to get you pregnant.
      If you are having a problem in conceiving, have an appointment to your Ob-Gyne. To increase your chances to be a mom.
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      For more information about pregnancy. Visit our website:
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