Ovulation can be tricky to track, especially since each woman's cycle is a little bit different and not completely predictable. However, you can take a lot of the guesswork out of the mix when you know your most fertile days each month. Ovulation is part of the female reproductive cycle. Ovulation is the process during which an ovary releases an egg cell, which is then picked up by the fallopian tube. This egg is then ready to be fertilized during the next 12-24 hours. If the egg is fertilized, it will implant in the uterus and secrete a hormone that will prevent menstruation from occurring. If the egg is not fertilized during that 12-24 hour period, it will no longer be fertilizable and will be shed along with the uterine lining during menstruation. Knowing when you are ovulating can help you plan or prevent pregnancy. Ovulation occurs at the point in a woman’s menstrual cycle when a mature egg is released from the ovary, gets picked up by the fallopian tube, and has the chance to become fertilized if a sperm cell comes into contact with it. Since pregnancy can only occur during ovulation, many women find the timing useful to calculate while planning a pregnancy. This is not recommended as a replacement for other birth control methods, due to the uncertainty of the prediction and the potential for sperm to survive for up to seven days in the female reproductive tract. For the most reliable results, calculate your ovulation using more than one method, and track the data over many cycles. This free app will be your personal guide. Enjoy my work for free on your phone and tablet. Please if you like this Android app give your opinion
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