Spontaneous ovulation

Spontaneous ovulation

The spontaneous ovulation is carried so that it can be triggered by the high emotional load, the emotions (of type anxiety) or the huge attraction, through the hormones and the substances that are secreted in those moments. But this is not a scientifically proven fact.

The spontaneous ovulation depends on the maturation stages of the follicle. Women with irregular menstrual cycles are more likely to have spontaneous ovulation, but this is rarely the case. Theoretically, in women with a normal cycle, ovulation occurs on the 14th day, but in practice it can occur at any time - there are always exceptions.

Ovulation cannot be provoked, induced by natural or artificial means, so intense intercourse or sexual arousal cannot trigger ovulation.

Learn to listen to your body - it most often sends you signals that mark the stages you go through, so you can see signs of ovulation.

Theories that explain spontaneous ovulation

In the case of irregular menstrual cycle there is a chance that ovulation will occur almost anytime. Especially during menstruation, but also during menstruation, immediately after menstruation or very shortly before menstruation.

But this can also happen in the case of regular menstrual cycles, thereafter and cases of conception during menstruation or on other days outside the fertility period.

Doctors say that in this case, unplanned pregnancies are the result of a woman's miscalculation or other mistakes in appreciating the fertile period.

Monthly cycle and birth control pills

There is a theory that the fertility cycle of women is influenced by the Moon. According to ancient beliefs, the Sun influences the sleep cycle, and the month the fertility cycle.

A recent study by scientists has shown that the pineal gland in the secreted melatonin brain during dark periods, signaled by the optic nerve. Thus, melatonin secretion is regulated by the light level of the moon received by the eye and regulates ovulation and menstrual cycle.

There are cases when the woman has ovulation even if she is taking birth control pills. This can happen if the contraceptive pill interacts with antibiotics or other drugs and substances, and the result is a reduction in the amount of hormones absorbed (from the content of the pill).

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