If you are trying to get pregnant you will need to know how to recognize the signs of ovulation. This occurs when the ovary is prepared for pregnancy and releases an egg, during the ovulation period the woman in most fertile. Some find it hard to recognize the signs, but if you know what to look for the process is a lot easier. You should first learn your cycle as this will make it easier. The myth is that all women have 28 day cycles and this is not the case. The American pregnancy association explains that women ovulate between day 11 and day 21 of their cycle. There are two parts to the ovulation cycle; the first half is known as the follicular stage and the second half is the luteal phase. The most common physical signs are; increase in body temperature and cervical mucus, abdominal cramps, tender breast and an increased libido.
These are just some of the most obvious signs of ovulation. During this time there is a change in body temperature. Many people use a basal body te ...
Everything You Need To Know About In Vitro Fertilization
In Vitro Fertilization is a form of ART (assisted reproductive technology) that involves manual combination of sperm and an egg in a lab dish, and transfer of the resultant embryo to a woman’s uterus.
The method of fertilization can be applied in the following cases; women with damaged and/or blocked fallopian tubes, unexplained infertility, male factor infertility (such as sperm motility and diminished sperm count) and couples with genetic disorders. It’s also ideal for women whose fallopian tubes were surgically removed as well as those with ovulation disorders, uterine fibroids or premature ovarian failure.
What does the in vitro fertilization process entail?
At this stage, the doctor prescribes suitable fertility medications to stimulate the production of an egg. Ideally, multiple eggs should be produced because some of them won’t get fertilized. The ovaries are exam ...