What You Need To Know About Ovulation
Jun 19th, 2020 by FindingFertility
HELLO BEAUTIFUL! 🦩 Welcome back to another episode of Finding Fertility
Today I'm talking about What You Need To Know About Ovulation
THE BIG O
As ovulation approaches, you reach the most active & fertile part of your menstrual cycle. You should notice that you actually feel like having sex. If you don't that's a BIG sign from your body that things just aren't right.
Estrogen and testosterone are at their peak, a dominant follicle with egg inside has reached maturation. This timing is important because ovulation occurring too early or too late can result in an embryo prone to chromosomal defects, even if conception occurs.
Are you ready to pee on a stick?
This is when you have a Luteinizing Hormone (LH) surge, which triggers ovulation and raises your body temperature. ⠀
If all goes well a healthy egg will soon be heading down the fallopian tube to get fertilized.
It seems simple enough, but it is far from it as there are many different physiological activities occurring.⠀
During this crucial time, the pituitary and ovaries must be communicating effectively for ovulation to occur.
If your endocrine system [which is incredibly for healthy ovulation] is out of sync, then complications with ovulation can occur.
This is why as a Functional Fertility Health Coach, I look at your WHOLE body!
When I help my clients find the right diet & lifestyle for that works for THEM we are lowering inflammation & supporting a healthy endocrine system.
This will increase their chances of healthy ovulation. 🙌
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