I believe that every younger sister who plans to conceive clearly knows that chances of pregnancy will be higher only with intercourse during ovulation period. But I didn't get pregnant way I wanted to, which is very puzzling. Why can't I get pregnant even though I found ovulation period? Maybe you didn't ovulate at all. If a woman has following three situations, stop trying to get pregnant, as there is no ovulation at all.What are three situations that indicate a lack of ovulation?
Situation 1, ovulation bleeding
In middle of period of two regular periods, i.e. period of ovulation, level of estrogen caused by ovulation temporarily drops, so that endometrium of some women loses estrogen support, and endometrium is shed, causing regular menstruation. Vaginal bleeding is called ovulation bleeding. In traditional Chinese medicine, this is called "intermenstrual bleeding". Whether you can have sex with bleeding during ovulation depends on amount of bleeding and whether there are complications. If amount of bleeding is small and there are no other symptoms, you can still continue to prepare for pregnancy.
Situation 2, galactorrhea
For non-nursing girlfriends, breast leakage is usually not good. Its appearance often indicates an increase in prolactin levels in women at this time. Elevated prolactin, medically known as hyperprolactinemia, is a dysfunctional disorder of hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis. Excess prolactin also causes ovaries to lose their ability to respond to gonadotropins, thereby significantly reducing synthesis of estrogen and progesterone, resulting in low levels of estrogen, which plays an important role in the conception process, directly affecting pregnancy function.
Case 3, menstrual disorders
Menstruation and ovulation are closely related. Starting with puberty, eggs in ovaries mature and are released. At same time, ovary secretes estrogen and progesterone, promotes thickening of endometrium and proliferation of blood vessels, creates conditions for maturation of fertilized eggs and their placement in uterus. If ovulated egg is not fertilized, secretion of estrogen and progesterone in ovary rapidly decreases, leading to necrosis and rejection of endometrial tissue, rupture of blood vessels, and bleeding. The exfoliated pieces of endometrium are ejected with blood from vagina, which is called menstruation. Simply put, if you don't have your period, you shouldn't be ovulating. If your periods are chronically irregular, you should check your ovulation.
If you also have following three situations, you should be vigilant. You may not be ovulating. You should go to a regular hospital in time for an examination to find out cause and then treat symptom. Only in this way can ovulation resume as soon as possible and women can become pregnant as soon as possible.