When we were young, our teachers taught us that if girls have menstruation, it means ovulation and fertility. However, when I grew up, I found that menstruation can also deceive people. Sometimes it doesn’t bring eggs at all! Gynecological experts point out that if there is ovulation, there must be menstruation, but conversely, menstruation does not necessarily ovulate, especially irregular menstruation. Nine times out of ten, it indicates that there is no ovulation.
1. Is ovulation inevitable after menstruation
Netizen little swallow’s trouble: I’m 30 years old. My road to pregnancy is particularly difficult. Two days ago, our husband and wife had been pregnant for 3 years, but they had not been pregnant. The examination results finally came out because of my anovulatory menstruation. I was stunned at that time. I always thought my menstruation was very normal, but I didn’t know that menstruation was normal and there might not be ovulation. Without ovulation, you can’t conceive naturally.
Seeing this, I just want to coax angrily: menstruation, what about the egg sister! In fact, menstruation without eggs is also called anovulatory menstruation. Why does this happen?
Under the action of these two hormones, there are changes in proliferative stage and secretory stage. Once the hormone level drops and the endometrium loses hormone support, it will necrosis, fall off and menstruation. This is the normal ovulatory menstruation.
Anovulatory menstruation is that the ovary only secretes estrogen and does not secrete progesterone, so the endometrium only changes in the proliferative stage. When estrogen drops to a certain level, the endometrium falls off, and women also have menstruation. That is to say, if you don’t ovulate, aunt Jun will still come!