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Can You Predict Your Ovulation Period Precisely?

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If you are planning to start your own family and are deciding to start trying to conceive, then you should know about your ovulation period to increase your chances of getting pregnant in a short period of time. The ovulation period is basically the period when your body is most fertile and it is the time period when you should try the most to get pregnant. It is the optimum period when your egg is ready to attach itself to a sperm and start the pregnancy period. Calculating the ovulation period is very simple and there are many ovulation calculators present that will help you determine the exact time period.
When does the ovulation process start?
Prior to the beginning of your menstrual cycle what happens is that the ovary which is the main reproductive organ in the female body releases the egg. The egg is released via an opening in the ovarian follicle. By the end of the menstruation period what happen is that the pregnancy period beings. During this time, if the female involves in sexual intercourse and a sperm makes its way into the female body and attaches to the egg, the fertilization process begins. The fertilized egg then takes approximately twelve days to implant itself in the uterus. The pregnancy period is stimulated by hormones that are present and produced by the brain. These hormones are called FSH and LH and are also known as follicle stimulating hormones.
The best time that is predicted by doctor is said to be fourteen days prior to your next menstrual cycle. However, every woman has her individual anatomy and hence the ovulation time period might differ from one woman to another. Hence, if you exactly want to know, when ovulation occurs, what you can do is use a measuring instrument to calculate when your ovulation period starts.
While most people prefer asking their doctor, using an online calculator or calculating it at one's own home might provide some people with benefits such as saving on time, money and effort. Though others would argue that doctors are more reliable, it depends on one's perspective as to how they want to approach this as.
Whichever way one chooses to calculate their ovulation period, it is better to do this. This not only improves your chances of conception but also accelerates the entire process of getting pregnant and starting a family, since doctors believe that this time period if the most healthy period for a sperm to form coalition with the egg.

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