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All About Ovulation How to Figure Out IF and WHEN you are ovulating- Dayton, Kentucky
Hi I am Sharon Kastoriano, fertilityacupuncturist Hi I am Sharon Kastoriano, fertilityacupuncturist and this is all about ovulation. Thisis a great place to start for someone who is just beginning to prepare for gettingpregnant The three things you going to learnabout in this presentation are: why do you need to know at all aboutovulation how do you know if you ovulate andthe most important thing how do you know when you ovulate? So why do you need to know about ovulation? Because you can only get pregnant aroundovulation time.
Ovulation is when an egg is releasedeach month from the ovary Ovulation is when an egg is releasedeach month from the ovary and the egg needs to be fertilized by thesperm in order to develop into an embryo which then grows and becomes a baby. Soobviously knowing about ovulation is the most importantthing that we need to know about when trying to get pregnant. Knowing ifyou ovulate is also essential. I often get asked how do I know if I ovulate. If your period is regular.
Most likely you are ovulating each monthand by regular i mean most likely you are ovulating each monthand by regular i mean your period comes once a month.That youknow when to expect your period It could be every 28 days or every 30 or avariation on that but if there is a regularity to it thenyou are most likely ovulating. Here and there I have heard of some women who had very regular periods but did not ovulate or release an egg each month but this is not that common. However, ifyou never know when to expect you period sometimes you go for weeks or monthswithout a period.
Then it may mean that there is an issuewith ovulation. then it may mean that there is an issuewith ovulation. It does not in any way mean you won't be to get pregnant Just that it might be a little bit moredifficult. So if you do not have periods that come regularlythat I think it's a good idea to see your to explore furtherany issues with ovulation. Now let's get to the most importantquestion how do you know when you ovulate? Let'sstart by taking a quick look at the basic menstrual cycle.
This picture shows a 28day menstrualcycle. A menstrual cycle is split into two This picture shows a 28day menstrualcycle. A menstrual cycle is split into two halves The first half is when you get yourperiod. Then your period ends and then the body begins to buildback up the juicy lining in the womb or the uterus getting ready for pregnancy. Ovulation is when the egg is released. Ifthe egg is fertilized by sperm it becomes an embryo and if it implants in the lining of theuterus then pregnancy begins.
If the egg is not fertilized, then the eggbreaks down If the egg is not fertilized, then the eggbreaks down and this sends a signal to the body thatthere is no pregnancy. and then after a few more days yourmenstrual cycle ends and then you get your period which is the start of the next menstrualcycle. So how do we calculate when we ovulate? Let's start simply by first making a note ofthe date when you get your period. Day one, which is the first day of your menstrualcycle is the.
First day of real bleeding. I know that some women first day of real bleeding. I know that some women have some spotting before the periodbegins but this doesn't count. The first real bright red bleeding isthe first day of the menstrual cycle So make a note of that date and thenmake a note of the date of the next period and then count the days in between. Forexample, if you get your period on September 1st and then get the nextone on September 29th, your cycle is 28 days in length. Ovulation occurs roughly 14 days before you get your period.
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Now, in 1 Samuel 1, we find the famous storyabout Hannah and she's not able to have a Now, in 1 Samuel 1, we find the famous storyabout Hannah and she's not able to have a child. The Bible says in verse 5 and 6 thatthe Lord had shut up her womb. She's praying to the Lord and Eli prays for her. She eventuallyhas a child and that child, of course, becomes Samuel, the prophet, and so on, and so forth.What I want to preach about this morning is the subject of infertility or the subjectof women not being able to have children. This is a subject that the Bible deals withover and over again. In fact, you can almost say it's one of the great themes of theBible. It comes up so often. Just looking through the Bible, here's the list thatI came up with of ladies who were not able.
To have a child or the Bible calls them barren.We would call them infertile or not able to to have a child or the Bible calls them barren.We would call them infertile or not able to have a child for whatever reason. First ofall, Sarah, Abraham's wife, Rebecca, Isaac's wife, Rachel, Jacob's wife. Then, if youremember, Samson's mother was barren. The wife of Elkanah, she was not able to havea child. The wife of Elkanah, Hannah, we just read about it. Then, there was the Shunammite lady in 2 Kings4 who was not able to have a child until Elisha prayed for her. Then, Elizabeth, the motherof John the Baptist, the Bible also says of her that she was barren, she was infertile.Then, also there's a story in Genesis 20.
Where the Lord had shut up the wombs of theHouse of Abimelech. Abimelech was the leader where the Lord had shut up the wombs of theHouse of Abimelech. Abimelech was the leader of the Philistines, and his whole householdbecame barren as a result of the situation with Sarah being brought into Abimelech'sHouse and so forth. There are a lot of women in the Bible whodealt with this but what's interesting about it is that every single one of them eventuallyhad children in the Bible. Did you hear that? All these women that I listed for you, allthese stories throughout the Bible, every single one of them eventually gave birth toa child. Not one of them remained childless. Now, some people will erroneously bring upMichal, David's wife, and say, â€œThat was.
One who was barren and remained childless,â€�because there is a verse in the Bible, 2 Samuel one who was barren and remained childless,â€�because there is a verse in the Bible, 2 Samuel 6:23, you don't need to turn there, whereit says, â€œTherefore Michal the daughter of Saul had no child unto the day of her death.â€�They'll say she was one that was barren until the end, but Michal was not barren atall. There's no evidence of that whatsoever. What really happened, and if you notice thatthat verse starts with â€œtherefore,â€� and I heard somebody once say that whenever yousee a â€œtherefore,â€� you need to figure out what it's therefore because thereforeis a conjunction. If you look at what comes before the â€œtherefore,â€� David is chewingher out and telling her and putting her in.
Place. Then, it says, â€œTherefore, she hadno child until the day of her death.â€� The place. Then, it says, â€œTherefore, she hadno child until the day of her death.â€� The reason why is because David had multiple wivesand David basically, from that point on, after she rebuked him, he had nothing to do withher ever again. Obviously, that's why she remained childless because he's not havinga marital relationship with her. That's not barrenness. That story is not relevantto the discussion. Every woman in the Bible who was infertileor barren eventually had a child. Now, I want to go through with you just biblical principleson this subject. What does the Bible teach us about this? How do we handle this? Thereare a lot of ladies today in 2013 that are.
Barren or infertile. There are a lot thatwish that they could have children and could barren or infertile. There are a lot thatwish that they could have children and could not or perhaps you know someone who is inthat situation. We need to learn from this. The first thing that we see in this passageis that God is the one who opens and closes the womb. Look at verse 2. It's just talkingabout Elkanah. It says he had two wives. The name of the one was Hannah and the name ofthe other, Peninnah. Peninnah had children but Hannah had no children. Jump down to verse5, â€œBut unto Hannah he gave a worthy portion; for he loved Hannah: but the Lord had shutup her womb.â€� That's a key phrase. Look at verse 6, â€œAnd her adversary also provokedher sore, for to make her fret, because the.
Lord had shut up her womb.â€� Twice in thispassage, the Bible makes it clear that it Lord had shut up her womb.â€� Twice in thispassage, the Bible makes it clear that it was the Lord's doing that she was not ableto have children. It was His will. It was something that He made a decision on. Now, you don't have to turn there but wesee this over and over again. Genesis 20:18, the Bible says, â€œFor the Lord had fast closedup all the wombs of the house of Abimelech, because of Sara, Abraham's wife.â€� Genesis29:31, â€œAnd when the Lord saw that Leah was hated, he opened her womb: but Rachelwas barren.â€� Genesis 30:1, â€œWhen Rachel saw that she bare Jacob no children, Rachelenvied her sister; and said unto Jacob, Give.