Ovulation / Anovulation

The best time to get pregnant. Signs of ovulation

ovulation_anovulation1-300x213Ovulation is a period of cycle when mature egg able for fertilization gets from ovaries into abdominal cavity. It usually occurs periodically each 21-35 days depending on the gonadotropic and  follicular hormones. Constant rhythm of ovulation is changed during 3 months after abortion, one year after childbirth and pre-climax period (when woman is over 40). Ovulation stops while pregnancy and after extinction of menstrual functions. Define the best time of getting pregnant is significant while treatment with artificial insemination and in-vitro fertilization.

Ovulation and contraception

For many women ovulation is peak of sexually excitability. Sexual continence like a physiological method of contraception from pregnancy during ovulation is quite difficult especially for young spouses. Besides, amorous excitement or stresses can cause additional ovulation (especially by irregular sexual life). In other words, during one cycle not one but two eggs are produced.

How to become pregnant with anovulation?

Absence of ovulation might be treated by ovarian stimulation after which woman gets pregnant on her own. If ovarian stimulation doesn’t help, Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is required. If IUI attempt failed, infertility specialists suggest to try IVF.

There are several signs of ovulation. Some of them like short-time aches in the underbelly are subjective. Increase of rheum from vagina, decrease of basal temperature on the day of ovulation and its increase on the next day, increase of progesterone in blood ect refer to the objective signs. Disorders of such a process might be caused by dysfunctions of ovaries, inflammation of genitals, problems with thyroid gland, stress, tumors of hypophysis. Absence of ovulation (anovulation) declares itself in different types of periods disorders: oligomenorrhea (periods which lasts 1-2 days), amenorrhea, dysfunctions of uterine bleeding. Absence of ovulation (anovulation) is always a sign of female infertility.