Boost Your Chances of Conceiving Through Ovulation Monitoring
Ovulation is the single most important cycle to monitor if you want to conceive or prevent conception. It is a process unique to the woman's body, where the reproductive system releases a matured egg or ovum, produced in the ovaries follicle. The process is repeated once every menstrual cycle. Despite its complexities, a woman's reproductive system has the capability to function perfectly throughout its monthly cycles, although some may also experience some irregularities that may make it quite difficult to determine the right timing of specific cycles. Today, however, there are many advanced tools that can be used to monitor ovulation, thus helping you determine the optimal time to conceive.
Factors influencing ovum release are varied, but it is largely based on a woman's hormonal balance. Different hormones support the development and the release, as well as the life of the ovum, among which include FSH, LH, estrogens, and progesterone. Their levels vary at any given time during the ovulation period. Because ovulation is such a complex process, it is important to educate yourself about the how’s and whys of the cycle, especially when you are looking to promote or prevent pregnancy.
Female infertility may also occur because of cycle problems. Monitoring ovulation is also extremely important to investigate its occurrence in women. Because there are certain women who comply to normal cycles and some that have unique cycles due to various conditions, ovulation monitoring becomes even more crucial to determining one's ability to conceive.
Knowing when a woman ovulates is not easy, especially with the number of signs and signals that have to be monitored in order to get a precise timing. Moreover, ovulation period for women often takes only about 24 hours. If a sperm is unavailable during this time, conception will not happen.
There are many different ways by which you can find out when you are ovulating. The natural route involves monitoring and reading bodily signs on a chart graphic, by which you can interpret fertility and infertility signs continuously. Computerized tools that take into account different aspects of the ovulation cycle help make monitoring more practical and efficient. There are many reliable tools out in the market that are quick and easy to use, thus helping you monitor all the information that needs to be studied and analysed to make accurate readings. The medical route, on the other hand, involves blood tests and/or scanning, providing immediate and accurate results, but at a far greater price.