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That lack of absolute accuracy also means that attempting to use the ovulation-predicting feature for birth control is risky.
Analysis of existing research found that being overweight or obese throughout adulthood reduces the risk of breast cancer before menopause but appears to increase it after ovulation stops.
In response, the cells secreted levels of estrogen and progesterone found in a typical menstrual cycle—including during ovulation—replicating the signaling that occurs among different female reproductive organs.
In addition to these treatments, surgery is sometimes used to trigger ovulation in women with PCOS who are trying to conceive.
But the study advised athletes accustomed to high-intensity workouts who want to become pregnant to cut back on their routines the week after ovulation and limit repetitive weight training during the first three months of pregnancy.
In fact, studies show that semen can trigger ovulation, and conversely, going more than a week without sex can negatively affect sperm.
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