What Are the Signs of Ovulation in a Woman? Center

Ovulation is the release of a mature egg or ovum from the ovary. The ovum is released from the ovary and it travels to the tube-like structures called the fallopian tubes. Ovulation generally occurs in the middle of the menstrual cycle. Some of the ways that tell you are ovulating are by measuring basal body temperature, observing a change in cervical mucus, testing hormone levels, performing a transvaginal ultrasound or by observing other signs. Read more: What Are the Signs of Ovulation in a Woman? Article

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