What is ovulatory period?The ovulation period is a period of ovulation ovulation, that is, only at this time, only when women excrete eggs, can it be combined with sperm to become fertilized eggs.When is the ovulation period, today I will teach you to calculate.
How to calculate the ovulation period?
1. Calculation through menstrual cycle
If your own menstrual cycle is very regular, like a fixed period of month, you can roughly calculate the days of ovulation. Generally, what day is the next time you have the next menstrual tide, and then pushing it back for 14 days, then you will be pushed up for 14 days.Can measure your rough ovulation period.However, if the menstrual cycle is irregular, the next menstrual date is not easy to calculate, which is difficult to calculate its own ovulation period.In addition, ovulation is related to factors such as health status, environment, X life, emotions, contraceptives, etc., and sometimes the phenomenon of early ovulation, delaying ovulation and not ovulation.Therefore, we have to determine the ovulation period through other methods.
2. Basic body temperature measurement method
In the morning, after a sober, the body temperature measured from the bed before the event can indirectly reflect the state of the ovary.Generally, the basic body temperature of women before ovulation will be lower than the normal body temperature. During ovulation, the body temperature will continue to decrease by 0.1-0.2 degrees Celsius, and the body temperature will increase by 0.3-0.5 degrees Celsius after ovulation.Decreased.Therefore, when the basic body temperature measurement method is generally used for measurement, if the body temperature is ups and downs, it means ovulation, and if the body temperature is always at the same level, it means that there is no ovulation.
Third, leucorrhea observation method
Under normal circumstances, the quality and quantity of leucorrhea changes as the menstrual cycle changes.Generally, after the menstruation is over, the leucorrhea presents a paste -like white object, and the amount is relatively small.In the middle of menstruation, when women are about to ovulate, the cervix will secrete a large amount of leucorrhea, and leucorrhea shows a slightly sticky and transparent state.After two to three days of ovulation, the leucorrhea will begin to become turbid and sticky, and the number will be significantly reduced.It should be noted that before and after menstruation, the pelvic cavity is in a state of congestion, resulting in a significant increase in the leakage material of the vaginal mucosa, causing an increase in leucorrhea.
What are the symptoms of women during ovulation?
1. Lumbar soreness
Due to the arrival of ovulation, the eggs will break through the pregnancy sac, causing a certain bleeding phenomenon.However, these bleeding does not flow out of the body, but stores in the body, causing bladder congestion and causing soreness in the waist.
2. Teeth sensitivity
Women who are ovulation will become more sensitive. This is due to the increase in estrogen in the body during ovulation, causing the body to become excited.
3. Fervable body
Due to the increase in estrogen in women in the ovulation period, some signals will be sent to the body, which will cause women to feel that their bodies are very tired during ovulation, and they ca n’t afford to do anything.
4. Wet underwear
Under normal circumstances, the vaginal secretions are not many, but as the ovulation is approaching, the secretion will gradually increase, causing the phenomenon of wet panties.