Ovulation is the medical term for when a womanÕs body her ovaries release the egg on a monthly schedule. A woman needs the ovulation process in order to get pregnant.
Really, you can't "feel" your ovaries. The feeling you feel is probably cramping. But if you are really afraid, it wouldn't hurt to go see an OBGYN. Good luck!!
Ovulation is when your ovaries release an egg. Menstruation occurs when that egg is not fertilised and your menstrual cycle starts a new. Discharge is something you get throughout your entire menstrual cycle.
It's more likely to be pain related to ovulation or an ovarian cyst. However if you feel you may be pregnant take a home pregnancy test.
It is probably because you are ovulating (releasing an egg) which often causes sharp pains. However, if it is really painful (so painful that you can barely walk) you could have a cyst, which needs medical attention
Ovulation induced by copulation.
In a women, whenever an egg is released from the ovaries, it can cause a slight pain in either the left or right lower abdomen. It is in the "period" of ovulation right before a women receives her actual period.
Laughing My Ovaries Out
(Science: chemical) a small glycoprotein hormone secreted by the anterior pituitary. Lh plays an important role in controlling ovulation and in controlling secretion of hormones by the ovaries and testes.chemical name: Luteinizing hormone
You can't have babies.
It can be harmful to have a ring of follicles on ovaries. This can mean that a person has ovarian cysts or other problems with their ovaries. It can be cancerous at times.