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Trying to concieve. Not feeling any signs of ovulation, having dry vagina. Suggestions?

hey.. me and my husband are planning for a baby. every month i am very well aware of my ovulation days as i can feel the changes in my body and i know exactly when i am ovulating. but this time i am not feeling any signs of ovulation. like every month, its time for my ovulation days. but i dont feel that i am it possible that ovulation period can change sometimes?? or is it beacuse of too much stress and pressure that i am taking to have a child. because in last many years it has never happened that i am not aware of ovulation.. besides this time i am finding my vagina very dry most of the time... please help as i want to have a child as soon as possible thanks
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
I appreciate your query.
The time of ovulation is different for every woman. Some women ovulate like clock work on the same day of their cycle every month. Other women may ovulate on varying days each month. Also, days may fluctuate each month, so its important to be aware of various ways in which you can watch out for ovulation.

Cervical fluid that resembles “egg whites” is a sign that you are near ovulation or are ovulating. Every woman can experience her own type of cervical fluid, and not all cervical fluid looks the same. Ovulation usually takes place on the day a woman has the most amount of wet fluid.

For most women, you will see that prior to ovulation, the basal body temperature is rather consistent. As you get closer to ovulation, you may have a slight decline, but it will be followed by a sharp increase after ovulation. The increase in temperature is the sign that ovulation has just occurred. Tracking your basal body temperature accurately over a few months can help you predict when ovulation is going to occur.

Other signs include :

Light spotting
Slight cramping or pain on one side of the pelvis
Breast tenderness
Abdominal bloating
Increased sex drive
Heightened sense of smell, taste or vision

Ovulation detection kits are readily available, and if you have been trying to conceive for a long time without success, you may consult a gynecologist and undergo follicular monitoring which will accurately tell you your peri ovulatory days
All the best.
Answered: Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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