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Whats the difference between fertile and ovulation?

Whats the difference between fertile and ovulation?

Ovulation: Women with regular cycles, have a surge in lh hormone levels that matures and ovulates (releases) the egg 24 - 48 hours later. You can ovulate a good or bad egg with this process and this is your fertile period. Still, as you get older, you may ovulate more abnormal eggs and have a lower chance of conceiving with each cycle. ...Read more

Dr. Khurram Rehman
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Fertility (Definition)

Fertility refers to the ability of a woman to conceive a child, or to the ability of a man to ...Read more


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What's the difference between ovulating and fertility?

What's the difference between ovulating and fertility?

Egg event vs. System: Ovulation is only one small part of the fertilization process. Viable sperm must reach the egg via an open fallopian tube and conducive female genital tract. The sperm must be capable of penetrating the egg, and the fertilized egg must be able to implant in a receptive endometrium and thrive.(system). ...Read more

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What is the difference between ovulation and fertility?

What is the difference between ovulation and fertility?

Fertility/Eggs: Ovulation comes from the word "ova" or egg and refers to the monthly release of an egg. Fertility refers to the probability of becoming pregnant. If everything is working w/woman and partner physically, then they are likely fertile and an egg can be fertilized when cycle permits. If infertile, pregnancy cannot happen. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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What is the difference between a women's fertile time and ovulation?

What is the difference between a women's fertile time and ovulation?

Definitions: Ovulation is the part of the menstrual cycle when the egg is released to be ready for fertilization by a sperm. The most fertile time is the time with the highest likelihood of pregnancy resulting from sexual intercourse. It covers the time from around 5 days before until 1–2 days after ovulation. ...Read more

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What is the difference between ovulation and fertile days?

What is the difference between ovulation and fertile days?

Very little.: I suppose, technically speaking, ovulation is a single even that happens when the egg is released from the ovary. Then, you have about 5 days that follow after ovulation when you are most fertile. If you have a period cycle of about 28 days, ovulation is usually around day 14. Making days 14 - 20 your "fertile days." this is important if you are trying to conceive. ...Read more

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How are fertile & ovulating different?

How are fertile & ovulating different?

Fertile: Fertile means you have the ability to achieve a pregnancy. Ovulating is the term used when the woman's ovary releases an egg each month. You are typically most fertile around the time you are ovulating. ...Read more

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What exactly does fertile and ovulating mean?

What exactly does fertile and ovulating mean?

Fertile: Fertile means you have the ability to achieve a pregnancy. Ovulating is the term used when the woman's ovary releases an egg each month. ...Read more

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How many days are you fertile until ovulation?

How many days are you fertile until ovulation?

Fertile: To get pregnant, sperm needs to fertilize the egg and conception occurs. Sperm can live in the correct environment for many days, so a woman can be fertile for approximately a week give or take a few days during her cycle around the time she ovulates. Hopes this helps. ...Read more

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How many days do you ovulate for and stay fertile?

How many days do you ovulate for and stay fertile?

One day: You ovulate one day and stay fertile 24 hours after that. However, you are also fertile before ovulation as sperm can survive in female genital tract for approximately 5 days. ...Read more

Dr. Philip Chenette
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Ovulation (Definition)

Ovulation is the act of the ovary releasing the egg after it has been hormonally prepared, to be ...Read more