Can ovulation be detected after conception? After pregnancy, ovulation will no longer occur. Because the cycle of endometrium changes once a month, when it changes, it means that it has one or two mature eggs to be discharged.
The discharged eggs gradually swam out from the umbrella end of fallopian tube. If you meet mature sperm (there are tens of billions of sperm in the competition, see who runs fast and well, and the sperm that can successfully fertilize the egg is more energetic), the sperm and egg will become a fertilized egg when they meet successfully. The fertilized egg will gradually swim back to the uterus along the fallopian tube and find a suitable implantation position in the uterus, which is also called implantation. At this time, the uterus will prepare for the baby, accumulate a large amount of nutrients, and the uterine wall will thicken (if no sperm is encountered, the egg will die within a few days and ovulate again and again). Then the intima will fall off (menstruation), and of course ovulation will not occur.
Because progesterone, which affects the body after pregnancy, is the main body, it will prevent the excretion of estrogen, so it will not ovulate. When the lactation period is over, the excretion of progesterone will continue, and most women will not ovulate during the lactation period after delivery. Of course, if you want to get the exact information, you should go to the hospital for related examinations. Once you are pregnant, you can’t ovulate.
During pregnancy, there will be some ovulation symptoms, just like the increase of leucorrhea. At the beginning of pregnancy, due to the role of hormones in the body, leucorrhea will increase. When the blood volume increases, the leucorrhea naturally increases. Besides, menstruation disappears during pregnancy.