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Spotting During Ovulation

If you are trying to get pregnant, it is important that you know more about the process involving fertility. For instance, you should be aware of your ovulation period, so you can increase your chances of conceiving. Fortunately, you can choose from several ways to know exactly when ovulation occurs such as by testing or checking for some common signs. Spotting during ovulation is one of the signs that you might want to watch out for to help you decide on the right timing for an intercourse. [click to continue…]

Ovulation Spotting

Ovulation spotting is very common and natural, and many women don’t even notice it occurring. However, when it is noticed, concern can easily follow. Most of the time the spotting is very normal and there is no need for concern. [click to continue…]

10 Signs of Ovulation

10 Signs of Ovulation

Many women can easily indicate when they are ovulating just by watching for fertility signs. Though, not every women knows what signs of ovulation are. There is a widespread opinion that ovulation occurs on the fourteenth day of the cycle. But it is not really correct. Women ovulate at different times of the month so the right way to ensure that you are having intercourse during the right days is just paying attention to ovulation signs. You may easily indicate the occurrence of ovulation with the help of prediction kits. If you are interested in finding out other signs that do not require morning temperature taking, you may just watch your body and notice some common for most women signs of ovulation. [click to continue…]

Pregnant woman holding belly.

There exist some sexually transmitted diseases which can affect your fertility very much. These diseases including chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, syphilis and others are responsible for 25% of infertility cases. In fact, difficulty of getting pregnant may be the first warning sign of STD. Usually, it is not the STD itself that causes infertility, but the spread of inflammation which results from the infection. [click to continue…]

Vaginal Discharge Color Change

Vaginal Discharge Color Change

Vaginal Discharge is a natural fluid and its color and texture can change depending on infections, diseases, or times of the month. If you are aware of the various colors vaginal discharge can turn, that will be a good sign for you if something turns wrong. Normal vaginal discharge has concrete purposes: moistening the vagina and helping to prevent infections. Normal vaginal fluids can vary in texture and colour but should be sticky and elastic, clear or white and should not have an unpleasant odour. Throughout a woman’s menstrual cycle the color, texture, and amount of vaginal fluids may vary for the reason of hormonal changes. So some changes are normal but some may indicate a problem. [click to continue…]