Childbirth is a turning point in life, no matter if it is your first or seventh child. The health of your child will depend on your preparation prior to this time.
For this, we must be clear how the female anatomy works in the different facets of pregnancy and childbirth. The first thing we should be clear about is ovulation. Ovulation is the phase in the menstrual cycle in which an ovule is released from the ovaries, and if it succeeds in having contact with the sperm during the passage to the fallopian tubes, fertilization takes place.
This sounds like a very simple process, but the truth is that ovulation depends on the interaction between the glands and the hormones. And this may be one of the reasons why some women have trouble conceiving.
Ovulation occurs 2 weeks before menstruation, and only once until we reach menopause, but the same for when we find ourselves pregnant and during childbirth. Occasionally a delay can occur from day 24 to 35 of our menstrual cycle. Because of this occasions, this delay is accompanied with a bit of fever and even with colors, so it can be confused with menstrual cramps.
But instead of being guessing the cause of the pain or discomfort, it is recommended to confirm ovulation kits that they sell in the market, through a blood test or even with ultra sounds.
Once you are sure of the cause of the discomfort you must be aware that this could cause internal bleeding or when you get pregnant a miscarriage.
Remember that motherhood is a natural process that we should enjoy, and we should welcome all of its cycles.
On the other hand, I recommend you be aware of the Bateria Vaginosis