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Cramps During Ovulation

Did you know that you have a 20 percent chance of getting pregnant if you engage in baby-making sex around the time you ovulate?

If you want to conceive, then you’ll certainly want to keep that in mind. The question is, how do you know when you’re ovulating, especially if your periods are irregular? Obviously, there are a couple of symptoms that can get you on the right track. Pay attention to them, and you’ll identify the prime moment for baby-making sex.

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Discharge After Ovulation

Have you ever wanted to know more about ovulation symptoms, but were too embarrassed to ask?

You’re not alone. Unless you’re an ob-gyn, or have had long, explanatory discussions with someone else, knowing exactly what you can expect when you ovulate is quite impossible. While there is a number of symptoms that are common to this phase of your menstrual cycle, many women don’t experience all of them, while some don’t experience any at all.

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Discharge During Ovulation

Have you ever woken up in the morning, gone to the bathroom, and noticed some whitish or yellowish spots on your underwear?

Chances are, you have. Vaginal discharge, known as cervical mucus, is a common occurring in most women. Intended to help flush out bacteria and keep your vagina as well as reproductive system healthy and viable, vaginal discharge keeps infections at bay and maintains your vagina’s acidic pH environment.

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Cramps After Ovulation

Is it normal to cramp after ovulation?
Cramping after ovulation can be a prime sign of pregnancy. And while this may sound like good news for some, you should know that post ovulation cramps aren’t always a good thing. Many times, cramping after ovulation may indicate a more serious condition such as endometriosis or appendicitis.

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