Normally, when your hormones are out of whack, it’s not surprising that you’re fertile again. But your body is smarter than you think, and it doesn’t always show the obvious signs of sexual desire that tell you you’re ovulating. You may not know it, but it’s important to let those around you know that your infertility has peaked! These signs range from the way you walk to the way you talk.
Now that your curiosity has been piqued, tell us about 7 fairly noticeable signs that you are pregnant and ovulating.
- blushThe pink blush everyone’s talking about? Turns out it indicates it’s that time of the month! According to a study conducted by the University of Glasgow, women tend to blush more and have red cheeks during fertile time(1). The study’s lead researcher, Dr. Benedict Jones, explains that increased levels of the hormone estradiolaseur are responsible for the blushing(2).
- Your voice becomes sultry.
Talking to a man during ovulation can literally give you goosebumps. That’s according to a report published in the journal Physiology and Behavior (3). The study indicates that a woman’s voice undergoes certain changes at different stages of her cycle, resulting in a sultry tone during ovulation. In this study, a man was asked to listen to a woman’s voice during ovulation, and it was found that the electrical activity of the man’s skin increased by 20% from this scenario. It was clear: like the reddish tint of the cheeks, hormones are also responsible for the changes in the score.
- You wear redWomen during ovulation prefer the color pink. According to researchers, during ovulation, women choose bright shades of red and pink to attract the attention of the opposite sex. This is also the time when they feel sexiest! Short dresses and skirts and low-cut tops are also common at this time.
- A firm handshake.
A study conducted by Adams State University in Colorado found that women with a firmer handshake are not only the most fertile, but also have more children (4). A strong, bold personality can be considered an indicator of good health and always suggests a high level of fertility. Although women place great importance on strength when choosing a mate, this study also proved that women pay special attention to strength when choosing a mate.
5.THE FACE IS BEAUTIFUL Women’s hormones continue to affect the shape and features of the face throughout their fertile years, according to a British study(5). The study’s lead researcher, Dr. Miriam Lowe-Smith, says a woman always expresses her fertility status through her face. She explains that women at the peak of their fertility tend to have fuller lips, brighter eyes, fuller cheeks and smoother skin.
6.Women at the peak of their fertility dance sexier, look better and are not stressed (6). Studies have shown that there is a relationship between female attractiveness and the ovulatory phase. A woman’s changing hormones affect the way she moves and acts. Don’t you think that’s a bonus? I think we all move our tabs a little more.
- You look healthier.
According to new research (7), women are more determined to lose weight during ovulation. Researchers think this may be because women want to attract a good partner. However, women on birth control and women who were not ovulating did not show the same enthusiasm for exercising.