Ovulation Symptoms

Signs of Ovulation; 1, 2 and  3: Sign 1: Mittelschmerz as a sign of ovulation Mittelschmerz is one of the common symptoms of ovulation but not a good sign. It is generally associated with small cysts on the ovaries. Mittelschmerz is also a post ovulation sign which is helpful if you want to know if you are ovulating but not if you are trying to conceive and looking for signs of ovulation for preconception. Mittlelschmerz gets it name from the pain, a twangy kind of pain in the middle of the cycle. While it is associated with ovulation it is an “after thought” to ovulation. The word mittelschmerz is German and has it roots from “mid-cycle pain”. Many may have felt this pain but never known what it was and actually some find comfort understanding the reason for this twinge at ovulation time. Sign 2: Basal Body Temperature as a sign of ovulation Another sign of ovulation and even pre-ovulation is found in monitoring basal body temperature. Basically, you roll over in the morning, turn off the alarm and reach for the thermometer. By lying still for the next couple minutes (until the electronic thermometer beep sounds) you can track changes in the cycle by this “base line” temperature. Thus, it gets it name basal body temperature. Two key things play in the role of monitoring impending ovulation when taking basal body temperature: The first sign that ovulation is possible is that temperatures “should” be lower in the beginning of the cycle. This part is known as the follicular stage.The follicular stage is named that because it is when...

Fertility Aids

Body Balance Products – BodyBalance is a separate division of GreatSmokies Diagnostic Laboratory that specializes in screening products such as Osteocheckand FemaleCheck. Great Smokies is a specialized clinical laboratory offering a unique anddynamic blend ofeducational and laboratory services to people around the world. Great Smokies specializes in diagnostic tests that evaluatephysiological function, risk prevention, and chronic illness using samples of stool,urine, blood, saliva and hair. Great Smokies’ tests reveal how well the body is doing its job in six important areas:Digestion, nutrition, detoxification/oxidative stress, immunology, allergy, hormone andmetabolic function.  See the link below for more info. The Fertility Tracker™ – The Fertility Tracker is a 100Xmagnification illuminated microscope complete with instructions to make the tracking awomen’s salivary and mucus changes throughout her cycle much simpler. Since the Fertility Tracker is a microscope and not a chemical ovulation predictor kit it has many advantages over these other tools.  Read more about it by clicking here or by visiting the Fertility Tracker . com site itself. Share and...