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Ovulation FAQ

    A woman usually ovulates once in each menstrual cycle (also known as your monthly cycle). Natural hormonal changes in your body cause one of your ovaries to release an egg into your fallopian tube, where it is ready to be fertilised if it comes into contact with sperm. If sperm fertilises the egg, it will travel into the uterus where the uterine lining will have thickened in response to the normal hormones of your menstrual cycle ready to support the fertilised egg. Read more...

     

      Did you know that women are born with all the eggs that they will ever have in their ovaries? Women are born with approximately two million eggs in their ovaries, but about eleven thousand of them die every month prior to puberty. During the first part of a woman's menstrual cycle, one of these eggs grows and matures. Read more...