Ovulation is something that most women endure for most of their lives. Although many are familiar with the normal ovulation pains, it is important to know when pain during ovulation may be triggered by something more serious. Normal ovulation pain normally feels like a twinge or slightly noticeable discomfort either in the pubic area or around the ovaries. Small pains, more like pressure than actual pain, are considered the normal pains of ovulation. However, when women experience throbbing or stabbing pains or have pains that are accompanied by high fevers or other conditions, it often signals a much more serious condition than merely ovulation.
During pregnancy you sit for hours and imagine how your baby is going to look like and how will he or she feel the first time you are going to hold him. You wonder how birth for him is. How a normal baby looks, how will he react in is first hours of life. Let’s answer some of these questions.
1. What does birth mean for the baby?
Imagine you are in a place in total security, warmth and without pain or any discomfort at all and suddenly from there you seem to get pushed and thrown into a world of intense sensations: light, cold, smells, noises. Your back is for the first time straight and your lungs fell funny and burn a little. And now imagine that you are going back to that universe of warmth; you feel the mother’s skin and that feeling of safety when in her arms. in an ideal world the baby has just a few moments of the hush reality before he is returned to his mother’s arms. Read More
For women who are trying to get pregnant, and even those who are searching for natural alternatives to birth control, it is important to understand the signs of ovulation. Although there are several days throughout the month that a woman is fertile and can conceive, during ovulation she is most fertile and finds it much less difficult to conceive. Counting days for ovulation periods has been a popular method in the past, although this method is not always completely reliable. Counting from her last period, a woman can determine approximately when she will be ovulating, although again, this method has been less than reliable. There are better signs of ovulation that are more accurate. Read More