From the four weeks, or four phases of a women’s monthly cycle, ovulation is the shortest phase, yet the most important for those seeking to get pregnant. Occurring on the 14th day of a regular 28-day cycle, ovulation generally lasts from 24-72 hours and it’s the only time a woman is fertile. Ovulation kits are available for those who want help tracking their cycles, however many women chart their fertility and ovulation cycles themselves. This section will not only teach you about ovulation, it will also teach you the importance of your hormones and sex hormones and how they control a woman’s sexual urges, ovulation, sperm, menstrual cycle, plus how they affect your body before and after ovulating.
Not all of our hormones are sex hormones. However, each one plays a major role in our bodies. Find out how each hormone interacts with the others, and how a reduced or increased amount of one hormone can impact the others.
Many women consider their menstrual cycle as the time of their period. However, a woman’s menstrual cycle is also known as her monthly cycle, and there are four phases each month. Learn about each one, and how they affect one another.
Learn about ovulation kits, how they work, how much they cost and what they test for in this comprehensive guide. Learn the difference between these kits and pregnancy kits, and why you should never mix up the two.