Ovulation

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If you want to know the best time for you to get pregnant, you can use an ovulation calculator. There are several of these online tools you can find all over the Internet and they can be very helpful in charting your fertility period based on pieces of information that you provide. An ovulation calculator […]

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Do you have that painful feeling in the abdomen every middle of the month that stays for a while then subsides almost unnoticed? This kind of pain usually happens during ovulation, when your ovaries have released a mature egg cell for fertilization by a sperm. Pain during ovulation is one of its symptoms for some […]

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Your body’s ovulation symptoms are not difficult to recognize.When you’re ovulating, one of your ovaries has released a mature egg cell that’s ready for fertilizing.There’s only about five days in every cycle when you have the most chances of getting pregnant – the few days right before and after ovulation. That’s a very small fertile […]

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If you want to predict the onset of ovulation, the easiest and most helpful way to do so is by using ovulation test strips. These are small home kits that pinpoint the most possible day when your ovulation might happen. Unlike measuring your basal body temperature, using ovulation test strips goes ahead of you and […]

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You have been hearing about it over and over again, but what is ovulation exactly? You all probably know by now that ovulation refers to the release of a mature egg cell by the ovaries. This egg cell, also known as the ovum, is then fertilized by a sperm cell and is implanted into the […]

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