It becomes corpus luteum which then disintegrates
After ovulation, a corpus luteum happens within the collapsed follicle.
ovulation happens to prepare the eggs in your ovaries to be fertilized.
Between each ovulation, the lining the uterus is shed in the menstrual cycle. If the egg is fertilized, no further ovulation occurs and no menstrual shedding happens.
After ovulation a follicle begins to move down the uterine tube to the uterus
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No, ovulation happens due to rising in LH level .
it turns into the corpus luteum
The egg is released from the ovary
It turns into the corpus luteum.
an egg is released from the ovary's
It becomes the corpus luteum.
Ovulation occurs when a follicle ruptures.
Following sex - around the time of ovulation.
In the 24 hours following ovulation.
up to 24hr
Ovulation generally happens approximately two weeks into the http://www.answers.com/topic/menstrual-cycle.
Ovulation is when a woman releases an egg from one (or both in some rare cases) of her ovaries. This generally happens once a month. If this egg is fertilised, the woman is then pregnant.
Prolonged menstrual cycles are menstrual cycles that are longer than usual for you. The reason for prolonged menstrual cycles is that ovulation has occurred later in the cycle than usual. Nothing happens to ovulation per say, it's just later.
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While on the pill you don't have an ovulation cycle - the pill prevents ovulation. Once off the pill you can start tracking ovulation by cervical mucus changes and charting your menstrual cycle. Ovulation happens about 14 days prior to menstruation.
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fertilization happens somewhere between day 1 and day 14 of your cycle depending on the length of your cycle and where you ovulate. ovulation typically is between day 10 and 14. fertilization happens instantly when sperm meets an egg. implantation typically happens 7-10 days after ovulation.
Yes.Below you will find an overview of the changes that will take place in your cervical fluid throughout your cycle. Pre-Ovulation Following the menstrual period, there is a feeling of dryness. There will be no visible mucus. Gradually, more mucus will accumulate - yellow, cloudy, or white in color and sticky to the touch. Approaching Ovulation As you approach ovulation, your cervical mucus will increase. First, there will be a moistness or stickiness to the mucus, as well as a white or cream-colored appearance. During Ovulation At ovulation, the quantity of mucus will increase greatly and the appearance will resemble "egg whites", often semitransparent. The texture will become increasingly slippery and 'stretchable'. This is your most fertile time. Following Ovulation Following ovulation, the slippery quality of the cervical mucus will decrease and the mucus will become sticky and cloudier. Post-ovulatory dryness will also ensue.