- Ovulation occurs about the midpoint of a woman's cycle, when an egg is released by a surge of luteinizing hormone.
- The fertile period for a woman begins about four days before ovulation and continues until one day after ovulation.
- Many factors can throw off the ovulation date including stress, illness, change in diet or an increase in physical activity.
Ovulation is the process when a egg is discharged from a woman's ovary.
Facts About Ovulation
Tracking when an egg is released from your ovaries in order to have a better chance of getting pregnant is an example of tracking ovulation.
Origin of ovulationovule + -ation
From ovulum +"Ž -ation.