When does ovulation take place
There are various ovulation symptoms that appear when you get pregnant but not every female know about these symptoms of ovulation. Are you looking for most common signs of ovulation? Usually after having sexual relationship with her partner every woman asks a question “when do I ovulate?”. In this article you will find the top-10 ovulation symptoms found in most females in early days of gestation. Most of them show almost all these ovulating symptoms but some females may not experience all these symptoms in early stage. Pregnancy test is the most popular method to confirm your pregnancy.
Below are the most common symptoms of ovulation
- Are you late for your Period?
Normally the first ovulation symptom appears in women too late for their periods. Also you can say that it is the classic symptom of gestation. When your cycles are clockwork, and then you are late for your regular periods then it can be the sign of pregnancy. If you ever find this ovulation symptom you can take home pregnancy test as it is the best time for testing. To get better results, you should test with first urine of day that contains the most concentrated quantity of the hCG. You will have best chance to detect the little concentrations of the hCG that appears in first days of your pregnancy.
- Sickness in morning or any other time?
Almost half of the pregnant women face some sickness in the time of morning such as vomiting, nausea or any other in starting days of pregnancy. It is a common belief that morning sickness does not only occur in the time of morning. Some pregnant women experience nausea in evening and afternoon. But there are some pregnant women who feel sickness throughout the day. In some cases, morning sickness is a major issue so it is recommended to contact your doctor who can examine if you are going for dehydrated.
- Symptoms of ovulation breast tenderness?
Sometime, if a woman becomes pregnant, her breasts and nipples feel a little bit sensitivity, just like they feel before starting periods. Sensitivity of breast is the most common phenomenon that happens in early pregnancy.
- Have your change of Areola lately?
Besides, sensitivity of your breasts or nipple, you may also feel a little darkness of the areola. The concentric zone is the area besides your breasts nipple and it is said that the darkening of areola occurs due to a reason; it helps your future baby to search his or her source of food easily.
In first days of gestation, the mucous starts accumulating around the cervix opening in order to create the mucous plug. A mucous plug is a barrier that works to protect your pregnancy during its growth. When this mucous is formed, you may feel a vaginal discharge in small amount.
- Go to Pee?
As the pregnancy of a woman is miraculous, so it does not acquire the interruption of physics laws. It means that the growth of your baby is in your uterus. So, what are the results? You may feel that sometimes you may need to pee. Moreover, you will also note that the bloating is same as you experience before starting your periods.
- You have got headache more frequently?
In this condition the complex combination of your hormones coursing in the body. This is a very common symptom and most of us get the headache often during pregnancy.
- Seeing spots?
Implantation is a condition in which the embryo connects to the lining of wall of uterine. When the implantation happens, most women notice some spotting also called the “implantation bleeding”. This symptom appears after 8 to 10 days of your ovulation. Spotting occurs because of implantation normally looks different from your regular periods. These spots are pink and light in volume as compared to dark red color spots that appear during your regular periods. You can also use the ovulation calculator for calculation the date of your ovulation.
- Temperature Climbing?
In pregnancy, the basal body temperature raises with high degree. It is also the common symptom to indicate your pregnancy.
- All stopped up?
Constipation is also a sign of pregnancy and it causes due to certain hormones which relaxes intestines and slowing the process of digestion in your early pregnancy days.
Some women also show many other symptoms of ovulation in first days of their pregnancy. These ovulation symptoms include: fatigue, hunger, increased sense of smelling, burning of heart, weepiness and problems of complexion. Hopefully all these steps are enough to answer you that “how do you know when you are ovulating?”.
You can also use a so-called ovulation predictor or an ovulation predictor kit to clearly detect your ovulation. Learn more about ovulation predictors in one of our articles.