Ovulation (ovulation) is an important clue in the menstrual cycle of a woman, because it can be used both for contraception and family planning.
Especially with existing fertility there are countless questions about ovulation:
But when it comes to preventing pregnancy, ovulation plays an important role: Various forms of hormonal contraception suppress ovulation (e.g., birth control pills). Ovulation also helps it to be able to accurately determine the fertile days as part of a natural family planning at these times to avoid sexual intercourse.
However, as the sole method that is relatively uncertain.