The typical duration of a menstrual cycle is 28 to 32 days. Some women have longer or shorter cycles, so the exact time of ovulation may change. Here we will reflect a typical 28-day cycle.
Your cycle begins on the first day of your blood flow.
The conditions in the ovaries become active and the uterus begins to dissolve.
Ovulation occurs in the middle of the cycle but may change between day 11 and 21 of the cycle. Increasing estrogen levels will cause LH growth, which causes ovulation and release of an egg. It is important to massage the body temperature, so you will know when to ovulate.
After releasing an egg, the gland produces progesterone, which thickens and approaches the uterus for transplantation.
In these days can be implanted a fertile egg. At this point, hormones produced by pregnancy can be detected by a pregnancy test.
If pregnancy does not occur, hormone levels begin to fall and the body resumes functioning for the next cycle