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Bleeding during Ovulation - Is It Normal or Not

  26 May 2012

Introduction to Major Ovulation Signs

Bleeding during ovulation - is it normal? Some women can’t detect any sign that their body has reached the maximum of fertility for the respective month, while others are able to recognize the signals given by the body in this direction: small pains in the abdominal area, changes to the basal body temperature, tension and bleeding. In fact, this is the clearest sign that a woman is ovulating, although not all the women are capable of reading those signs. When does a woman ovulate? To answer the question we recommend you to use our free ovulation calculator to calculate the approximate date of ovulation.

Bleeding during ovulation is a worrying process that is sometimes mistaken with the menstrual cycle. Especially when a woman experiences ovulation bleeding for the first time, it will most often create a sense of nervousness in her to take the right measurements.

As a matter of fact, the phenomenon called spotting during ovulation is a sign that ovulation gets closer. Bleeding takes place right before the ovule is released from the ovary. Any of the both ovaries can release ovules. If you suffered from mid cycle bleeding, you must know that there are no general accepted opinions about this matter. Some specialists believe that a broken follicle and the release of the ovule are to blame. While you are ovulating, the LH hormone makes the surface of the follicle to get thinner and to break. This way, the ovule is released and it starts its way Bleeding takes place right before the ovule is released from the ovary. This is the connection between bleeding and ovulation. On the other hand, some voices say that feminine hormones, the estrogen to be more precise can cause the ovulation spotting. The level of estrogen grows fast before the ovule leaves the ovary, and before the follicle is broken, it suddenly lowers, just as it happens before the menstruation. However, those are the good scenarios. In some cases, bleeding before ovulation is a sign of more severe problems.

Other causes of cycle bleeding

The inter-menstrual cycle bleeding can be a sign of ovulation, but there could be other factors determining it:

  • At the beginning of a contraceptive treatment with pills, secondary effects might be bleeding during ovulation for a few months, as the organism needs time to adapt to the new level of hormones.
  • The uterine fibrosis is a non-cancerous tumor that can cause bleeding before ovulation. The Uterine polyps are manifested with unusual bleeding during the ovulation, but there could be other hormonal disequilibrium that could cause this problem, such as problems with the fallopian tube.

When should you worry about the mid-cycle bleeding?

The bleeding caused by ovulation is easy, in a small quantity, of a brown and pink color. Sometimes, it can be mixed with a gelatin mass of cervical mucus. If bleeding continues for more than a few days and you don’t have signs of ovulation, it is recommended to see a doctor to determine the cause of this problem.

What are your chances of getting pregnant in case of light bleeding?

The bleeding during ovulation usually lasts for a day or two, and the ovulation follows immediately after. If you have done your lessons and you are able to monitor this phenomenon for a few months, you will know what the best time to remain pregnant is.

It is important not to be focused only on the ovulation bleeding, and to observe some other signs given by your body. For example, you must check the consistency of the cervical mucus. Planning the sexual act as careful as possible will increase your chances of remaining pregnant.

For some women, spotting during ovulation is also associated with other symptoms. Some women could suffer from this problem once a month, while others might have them once a year. As it can be the sign of a severe disease, you should check to your doctor whenever you observe this problem.

Bleeding after ovulation caused by hormonal disequilibrium

The hormonal problems could be common causes of bleeding ovulation. The causes differ, and also the ovulation bleeding symptoms.

In the case of, teenagers who are experiencing ovulation for the first years, the bleeding while ovulating problem is given by the incapacity of their organism to adapt to the new changes. Those women must detect the problem as soon as possible. Some other symptoms might appear, such as stress, anxiety, massive weight loss, and anorexia.

Can you bleed during ovulation?

The bleeding with ovulation problem is not so common, but it happens. In any case, don’t panic. It is important to stay calm and to determine the cause of the problem. Some women can suffer from bleeding during ovulation after intercourse, and in this case, you must check if you have caught a disease from your partner. Considering some factors like how long does ovulation bleeding last, or the consistency of the blood, a doctor will be able to determine the cause of the problem and potential treatments. Heavy bleeding during ovulation could have uncommon causes, therefore all the aspects of this problem must be considered.
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Site Visitor moom84 baizancatarina84@gmail.com

2014-09-12 07:26:06
Hi I need some help I am trying 2 get pregnant but I found out I had pcos ,I started my period on Aug 27th, ended on 31st I started having unprotected on my period ,on 1st 5th 7th 10th but yesterday I noticed some cramping,bloating bleeding but I am not due 4my period 27th what should I do I sometimes feel tired but help me out .
Site Visitor Samantha samantha081275@gmail.com

2013-11-04 07:00:46
This is a brilliant detailed article. I'm in my mid 30's and throughout my adult life I have never experienced mid-cycle bleeding before and it has only happened once to me for the past 2 months and its happening once again to me. I now understand exactly what it is and what the pain is.It must just be me changing as I'am getting older and now I know , so I'm so pleased I read this article.I have never bothered about making notes about my cycle because I have always been regular as clockwork and always put it out of my mind but I'm going to be more in tune now with myself. Thankyou.
Site Visitor honey anochiwachioma@yahoo.co.uk

2013-01-07 19:42:02
I've been having ovulation spotting for two months now, and trying to conceive for a year. Can anybody help me?
Site Visitor Lhey Lhey_1397@yahoo.com

2013-01-03 05:01:16
Good day! I have this problem since November and up to now I'm still experiencing spotting.I already checked if I' m pregnant but the results are negative.I'm very confused and scared on whats happening.I am one of those experiencing irregular menstruation since age of 12, since then my doctor only given me medicine to have my menstruation occur.But last year 2012, when we decided to stop the medicine i experience a spotting every month and it takes 5 to 1 wk. so i thought that it just a menstruation,so no need to worry.But my worries start last Nov. when my spotting continues up to now.I already consult my OB and take some test but the results still negative.I already undergone MRI test,paps smear and the one with same procedure as paps smear but more irritating and cause a little bit pain. Please help me and any ideas of what is this? Thank you!
Site Visitor Tasha LaTUrsin@aol.com

2012-11-05 23:31:40
Thank you for this information. I was nervous and concerned that I bled today and I was not on my menstrual cycle. That was the other week. So, this week I am to ovulate in a few more days. Again, thank you so much. Tasha
Site Visitor Chelly B. 79.bryan@gmail.com

2012-10-26 00:47:26
This is really great information and put my mind at ease while I await my gyn appt. on Monday. Thanks so much!
Site Visitor Meredith Hunter merehunter@hushmail.com

2012-06-01 03:14:37
Usually it is considered that there should be no bleeding if a woman is pregnant. After reading your article I got complete information about the bleeding during ovulation and when it is alarming. Thank you.
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