Timed Intercourse And Ovulation Tracking
Ovulation (ovulation) occurs in the middle of each menstrual period when mature eggs waiting to be fertilized in the ovary are released from the uterus. This period is called the ovulation window. The time around ovulation, or the day of ovulation itself, is optimal for conception. The process of increasing ovulation and, by extension, the likelihood of a successful pregnancy, is included.
In women, the ovaries have two important functions:

1. Ovulation on a regular basis,

2. Secretion of reproductive hormones such as estradiol and progesterone.

In order to fulfill these two essential functions, eggs undergo a constant cycle of follicle development and maturation as well as corpus luteum formation and regression.
This cycle of the ovaries is regulated by gonadotropins, which are hormones secreted by the pituitary gland in the lower part of the brain. Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) are synthesized and secreted by the pituitary gland. These two hormones regulate the menstrual cycle and ovulation the most effectively. In IVF treatment, gonadotropin is administered externally to the woman to stimulate the ovaries so that the necessary ovarian functions can be carried out.
Women whose menstrual cycles occur every 21 to 35 days are most likely to ovulate. (Because anovulation can occur in a small percentage of cases, measuring progesterone in the blood during the luteal phase can confirm ovulation.)

The purpose of ovulation tracking is to determine a woman's most fertile days by monitoring her ovulation cycle and to increase the likelihood of conception by timing intercourse accordingly.

How Many Days Does Ovulation Last?

Ovulation is not an event that lasts for days. The egg cell lives an average of 24 hours. Because of this, pregnancy can occur even if sexual activity occurs 1 day after ovulation. However, if sexual activity occurs 2-3 days after ovulation, pregnancy cannot be expected because the egg cell has lost its vitality. Thus, it is not an event that is expected to last several days or for a specific period.