Either your pregnant or your ovultin
No you are not pregnant. You will almost always get two blue lines on an ovulation test. The line closest to the arrow is the Surge indicator, when it reaches a darker blue than the other line ( one furthest from the wick) it means you are at your most fertile for the next two days. Good Luck
Ovulation typically occurs 14 days prior to menstruation - or during the average 28 day cycle this would mean ovulation would occur 14 days into the menstrual cycle.
It means that you are fertile on those 4 days
If you are having light pink dis charge 10 days after ovulation, it is usually a sign that the egg is implanting itself to the wall.
it could mean your fertile and getting ready for ovulation.
Period is not an indicator of ovulation.
IT could possibly mean that you are pregnant you can get positive ovulation tests all through your pregnancy from what i understand... i experimented with it while pregnant and the ovulation tests were at times easier to read than the actual pregnancy tests
Ovulation induced by copulation.
Hello, Lower abdominal cramping or mild pains is very common prior to & after ovulation. This is basically because you've ovulated.
They say 6 to 10 days after ovulation you can have implantation bleeding. But doesn't always mean pregnancy.
its a sign of being pregnate don't freak
This means you are ovulating now. The OPK will be positive for 3 days. You can have sex anytime the OPK is positive and this will increase your chances of conceiving.
Your fertile days are the days leading up to ovulation and your ovulation day (when your egg is released travelling down your fallopian tube) in a normal 28 day cycle this would happen on cycle day 14 (cycle day 1 being the first day of your period)
I wouldn't rely on a rise in temperature as being a indication of Ovulation or conception taking place as temperatures rise for a variety of reasons & don't always rise during Ovulation or conception.
I'm assuming you mean "can a female get pregnant on the day of ovulation?" If I am assuming correctly, then the answer is "yes". A woman can ONLY get pregnant during her ovulation period, which typically begins 10-14 days after the first day of her menstrual period and lasts 3-5 days. Remember, however, that sperm can live in the body for 1-3 days, so even if you don't have sex during your "ovulation period", you can still get pregnant if you have had unprotected sex a couple of days before you ovulate. Hope this helps!
When you're not taking the pill for 7 days your body starts the normal ovulation process. When you extend the hormone free interval (7 days of placebo) for more than a day your body starts the process of ovulation. This doesn't necessarily mean you will ovulate as every woman is different but you should use a back up method with the pill for at least 7 days.
if you have missed one period it doesnt mean no ovulation or pregnant you could be lat starting but if you still havent started after a few days of when your period should of started go to your doctor your pharmicest and take a pregnancy test because you could be pregnant.
They haven't been watered for several days.
It can mean ovulation. Some people can ovulate and feel nothing at all. It could also mean you have gas. You can't rely on it as a sign of ovulation.
I don't know much about ovulation timing - it just tends to happen when it want to - but I do know that a discharge similar in appearance and texture to egg whites is considered completely normal.
The ovulation fossa is a depression in the ovary from which the egg is released during ovulation in the horse. A veterinarian can palpate this fossa during a rectal palpation exam.
It be ovulation spotting which i know nothing about telling you the truth or It could be Implantation bleeding