Ovulation Facts and Factors Affecting Ovualation

Ovulation Facts and Factors Affecting Ovualation

Postby Flora on 18 Sep 2012, 10:05

Aside from the horomones estrogen, follicle-stimulating hormone, luetenizing hormone and progesterone, there are other factors that can influence when ovulation occurs. These factors - stress (good and bad stress), illness and interutpions in your normal routine can affect ovulation in one way or the other.
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Re: Ovulation Facts and Factors Affecting Ovualation

Postby Gizel on 20 Sep 2012, 11:47

How does stress affect ovulation?
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Re: Ovulation Facts and Factors Affecting Ovualation

Postby Flora on 20 Sep 2012, 11:57

If stress takes a toll on your body, then it could mean you ovulate later than usual in your menstrual cycle, or not at all. This condition is called stress-induced anovulation. Stress affects the brain( the hypothalamus) which controls the hormones that trigger ovulation, resulting in anovulation.
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Re: Ovulation Facts and Factors Affecting Ovualation

Postby Mary-Anne on 20 Sep 2012, 19:21

How will the cervical fluid appear when observed in this case?
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Re: Ovulation Facts and Factors Affecting Ovualation

Postby Danielle on 20 Sep 2012, 19:32

When stress go as far as affecting ovulation,, your cervical mucus may indicate that something's not right. Rather than noticing increased cervical wetness as you approach ovulation, you might find patches of wetness interspersed with dry days. It's as if your body is trying to ovulate but the stress continues to delay it.
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Re: Ovulation Facts and Factors Affecting Ovualation

Postby Nathalia on 21 Sep 2012, 17:26

Do I need to worry? I have been through lots of stress lately; most of it coming from work and the fact that I have been trying to hard to conceive unsuccessfully.
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Re: Ovulation Facts and Factors Affecting Ovualation

Postby Flora on 21 Sep 2012, 17:31

The good news is that stress-induced delays to ovulation should not stop you getting pregnant. That is, provided you are having sex every two to three days throughout your cycle.
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Re: Ovulation Facts and Factors Affecting Ovualation

Postby Geraldine on 21 Sep 2012, 19:13

If you are trying to conceive unsuccessfully, the best thing to do may be to take a break. For a couple of months stop taking your basal temperature, stop trying to predict your fertile days, and just do what comes naturally. You may find that the best way to get pregnant is to stop trying.
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Re: Ovulation Facts and Factors Affecting Ovualation

Postby Danielle on 21 Sep 2012, 19:31

Studies have also shown that stress can negatively affect libido ( sex drive),making you feel less interested in making love, so it’s a good idea to work out what is stressing you.
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Re: Ovulation Facts and Factors Affecting Ovualation

Postby Sara on 21 Sep 2012, 19:49

"Sometimes the best way to get pregnant is to stop trying." This is particularly true for me. Before my baby boy, I had been trying for like ever, at one point I said it's enough, no more trying. So I decided to have a break; fortunately I got pregnant in one of the "breaks".
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