The Fact and Reality: Can It Be Possible To Avoid Pregnancy Even When You Have It Raw As A Lady.

In fact, this article will open your eyes to some facts, which you might not know before now.

I will tell you something about the normal 28 days stay safe of every matured woman know as menstrual circle.

#1. I will tell you about most fertile period when you need to be very extra careful to have it raw with your partner as a lady

#2. You will know how lining of uterus is being shed, which is know as menstruation.

#3. How the lining of uterus is being built up again after it had being shed off

#4. And many more that will help you to take precise decision on how to have it raw or not to during sexual intercourse.

Let's start, you have lots to gain here.

WHAT IS OVULATION, IF YOU MAY ASK.

It's no more news that each month, if you're a woman in your fertile years, ovulation, or egg release, occurs.

One of your two ovaries releases an ovum, or egg. The egg is a tiny single cell, barely visible to the naked eye. It travels down the fallopian tube to the uterus, or womb. This takes about 5 days.

Here is the fact you  need to prepare for as a lady, that if you have sexual intercourse within a day or two before or after the egg is released you can become pregnant. So, be careful, if pregnancy is not your choice during this time.

How does this happen? That is good question. Please read on, you will get more clearer to more issues.

Here is the deal - after each intercourse, sperm usually make their way up into the fallopian tubes. Let me tell you this, please listen carefully. Sperm can live for as long as six (6) days, so if you have sexual intercourse between five (5) days before the release of egg and 24 hours after, a sperm will be able to fertilize the egg. That's fact, so no argument about that. Keep this at back of your mind.

HOW PREGNANCY HAPPEN? 

Hear this fact, during the few days proceeding ovulation, the lining of uterus becomes thickened and engorged with blood. This is to prepare for the possibility of fertilization. By the time a fertilized egg reaches the uterus, the lining is a suitable condition for egg to burrow into it and start developing into an embryo. When this happens, you're pregnant. Simple as that!

WHAT MADE UP MENSTRUATION?

Here is how it happens, if the egg is not fertilized, the thickened, blood-filled lining of the uterus is not required. Then both the unfertilized egg and the lining are shed about 14 days after the start of ovulation. Therefore, the blood passes out of cervix, or neck of uterus, into the vagina, and then out of your body. This discharge is called menstruation or menstrual period. It will last for average of five days.

HOW DOES UTERUS LINING IS BUILT UP AGAIN?

It happens in the period of next nine (9) days, a new lining grows in the uterus, after which the process of ovulation start again. And the entire cycle lasts an average of twenty eight (28) days. Though in most women the cycle fluctuates in length, sometimes by day or two, sometimes by even longer.

WHAT REALLY CONTROL THIS CHANGES OCCURRENCES IN WOMEN?

Let me start like this - each stage in the menstrual cycle is controlled by a system of interrelated hormones and other chemicals produced in the Brian, the adjacent pituitary gland, and ovaries

WHEN EXACTLY THE PERIOD OFTEN START?

It all depends on some factors, but I will ship in this reliable fact, menstrual period usually start between the ages of eleven (11) and fourteen (14). The first period is called menarche. And take note of this fact also, periods are often irregular for the first year or two. Why? It's because ovulation often fails to occur regularly. And also do you know that same reason made the period to be irregular after the age of forty five (45)? And period will eventually ceased to occur. This is known as menopause.

But there are a lot of issues or problems related to the length, frequency and effect of periods. Yes, they are many but can you share your views about those issues?

I will like to hear your view and sure I will come here to share more on related topic.

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