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That's where Clark would attempt to inseminate Y.L. with Castellanos' semen three to four times a day during Y.L.'s ovulation periods over the next nine months.
And a considerably younger couple is delighted with the possibilities presented by the Clearblue ovulation test system.
The female offspring developed symptoms resembling PCOS, such as rare ovulation and high testosterone levels.
The women’s health market is awash with wristbands, sleep tracking devices, and sensor-laden wearables that can track the myriad factors that indicate imminent ovulation.
These include food tracking, sleep monitoring, and special stats for the ladies (ovulation and such; more on that below).
Droughts are affecting his cattle’s ovulation cycles, so the herd isn’t expanding as rapidly and steadily as Bill would like.
Xi has undergone three years of various infertility treatments, including taking a bitter herbal medicine for three months, three rounds of ovulation induction therapy and one laparoscopic surgery to restore displaced tissues in her uterus.
Several apps such as Eve and Flo are available offering many of the same features, as well as other options such as the ability to track ovulation.
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medical Definition of ovulation
ovulate\ˈäv-yə-ˌlāt also ˈōv-\ intransitive verb ovulated; ovulating
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