Women are very different from men from moment they are born. They have ability to conceive offspring, while men do not. Therefore, there is an old saying: "Men earn money to feed their families, women earn their husbands and children." ." Each woman will have her own ovulation period, when menstruation is regular, it will be easy to find ovulation period, if irregular period is more difficult to find. Actually, we can also find out by some of symptoms of ovulation. So, what does a woman feel when she ovulates? Let's see.Most women will experience these feelings when they reach ovulation, and most women ignore them!
01. Swelling and pain in chest
Before follicles mature and are ready to be released, ovary produces a large amount of estrogen, forming a peak. Large amounts of estrogen can stimulate breast growth, causing breast swelling or pain. However, estrogen peak will drop quickly and this feeling may go away on its own, so don't worry.
02. Dull pain in lower abdomen
After follicle matures, it will burst to release egg and a small tear will form. Some people may feel discomfort because of this, such as swelling or pain on one side of lower abdomen. This feeling of swelling or pain may go away once and last for 1-2 days in some people, but most are harmless and do not need treatment. But pain is unbearable, it is recommended to see a doctor.
03. Light vaginal bleeding
During ovulation, hormone levels fluctuate and some sensitive women experience a slight shedding of endometrium, resulting in a small amount of vaginal bleeding.
04. Significant increase in vaginal discharge
Most women's vaginal discharge increases significantly during ovulation, and many of them often wet their underwear. There will also be a sticky feeling like egg white, and a long transparent silk can be pulled out. This is the ovulation period, and during this period it is easier to conceive a child by doing housework every other day.
05. Increased body temperature
A woman's body temperature rises during this period, typically basal body temperature rises by 0.5°C, so women can tell if they are ovulating by measuring their body temperature.
The above content is a few of sensations associated with ovulation. If you also have these feelings when you are ovulating, you may be about to ovulate. You should hurry up, have sex and try to reap the "good pregnancy" news next month.