Follicular Study in Panvel

A woman is born with millions of immature eggs waiting to be released from the ovary. During ovulation, a mature egg is released through the fallopian tube, and becomes available for fertilization. Since an egg and a sperm fuse to form a baby, to prepare for the same, the uterine walls thicken in anticipation. In the event that no conception occurs, both the uterine lining and blood will be shed by the body as the monthly process of menstruation.

An egg is available to be fertilized by a sperm for only 12-24 hours, and at a given ovulation cycle, it is just one mature egg that is released. If the patientis trying for pregnancy, this is the time to have an intercourse to get favourable results. Most women who have regular menstrual cycles will ovulate between day 11th and 21st day of the cycle, counted from the first day of the last menstrual period. However, this is not necessary, and many women may ovulate at different times or different day each month. This is why it is important to track the menstrual cycles and hence ovulation.