How to Get Pregnant Quick, Understanding the Ovulation Cycle

If it’s your first born or not, childbirth is a joyous and momentous occasion. The health and well being of a newborn is very dependent on the mother and on how well she handles being a new mother. You should study books and/or watch videos of childbirth to help understand what is expected of you but nothing is better than first hand experience.

Understanding the female anatomy and how it works during the different phases of childbirth is the first step . The first phase of the menstrual cycle is Ovulation. Ovulation is when an egg or ovum is released from ovaries and starts its journey down the fallopian tube. If the ovum meets with a male’s sperm on its journey down the fallopian tube then conception takes place. It does sound really simple, but Ovulation depends on the interplay the glands and hormones. This could be one reason why some women cannot conceive or get pregnant easily. The gland that affects Ovulation is the Hypothalamus which uses its hormones to communicate with the pituitary gland. It is referred to as the master gland of the endocrine system. In turn, the pituitary gland produces luteinizing hormone (LH) and FSH. High levels of LH cause Ovulation to happen within two days. The cycle continues with mature follicles releasing the ovum into the peritoneal cavity and then into the fallopian tube, and from there to the uterus. If the ovum does not encounter a male’s sperm within 24 hours it dies.

Ovulation usually occurs two weeks before the onset of the menstrual period which happens about once every month until menopause, or  any break in between for child birth and pregnancy .  There are certain changes that occur in the cervical mucus which can signal that ovulation is happening. The mucus gets slippery, slick, and can be accompanied by general or localized pain.

Sometimes there is a delay or deviation from the normal 24 to 35 days in the menstrual cycle. Some woman report a slight fever if they are following a natural family planning method. When this happens, Ovulation can be mistaken as premenstrual symptoms, especially if accompanied by pain and changes in the body.Instead of playing any guessing games, Ovulation should be confirmed with kits available in the market place.

When you think you happened to get pregnant, you should verify it through blood tests, or a pregnancy ultrasound. Once you are sure that you are pregnant, it is advisable to take every precaution to avoid miscarriage or bleeding. Motherhood and child bearing is something mother nature intended us to enjoy, and we should welcome it in all its cycles.

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