Symptoms of Ovulation
Ovulation is the most critical part of the human race; without it, the human race won't be able to grow any further, and the world will end. In every part of the world, where ever humans live, the process of ovulation needs to be researched. Ovulation is found not only in humans but all living things, in the entire world, whether they are animals, birds, fishes, etc. One should take care during this process so that they can avoid the complications which can be raised at the time of delivery; it is essential for the best care of the mother and the baby. If you are looking to conceive a child, you should have intercourse at the time of ovulation, as it will increase your chances to a great extent, as before ovulation starts, a woman is at the peak of fertility. But the main thing is what exactly the symptoms of ovulation are? And how you can figure out these symptoms of ovulation? It is quite difficult to tell exactly when your body will ovulate, especially in cases where a woman has an irregular menstruation cycle.
There are some tips, which will help you to understand your menstruation cycle and when your ovulation starts. There is mucus from your cervix inside your vagina. If you are close to ovulation, the characteristics of mucus and the texture of mucus change constantly. The mucus of your cervix on the outer lips of the genitalia increases and the texture will become more sticky and stretchy to touch; you can quickly come to know that the process of ovulation is started. You can just figure out what you have to do, which is to touch your genitalia to check whether the mucus has changed its texture or not. Whenever you are at the peak of your fertility during your menstruation cycle, the mucus of your cervix will improve its texture and look; it should look like the texture of raw white eggs.
If your ovulation is over, then your basal body temperature (BBT) will increase. If your basal body temperature is rising, it means that ovulation is about to end; the risen temperature shows that the egg has been released. The production of progesterone is the main reason which raises the basal body temperature, which is a hormone connected to your menstruation cycle. You should take notice of the temperature which will point out that you are at the peak of fertility; this can be noticed two to three days before the temperature rises. In some cases, even after the ovulation process has ended, the body temperature maintains the risen level, which will lead you to confusion whether you have ovulated or not. If you have the desire of becoming pregnant, then this could be a golden time for the satisfaction of your desire; you should take notice and maintain a calendar to know about this process.
Many women have said that they have felt their bodies showing them the symptoms of ovulation, through the sensations, mild aches or severe pains. All of these have to be tolerated during this period, which can last up to a second, a few minutes or even hours.