Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of ovulation.

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Examples

  • God dooms the snake to taste nothing but the dust and the hen to 4,000 or so ovulations.

    Hens

  • God dooms the snake to taste nothing but the dust and the hen to 4,000 or so ovulations.

    Hens

  • If a woman has contact with different partners within her fertile time period and has multiple ovulations, it is possible for her to have fraternal twins or even triplets with different fathers.

    Color Me Grey

  • Now remarried to a sexy bimbo with tattoos and a neurotic child, Jake is rotund, out of shape, exhausted and stressed out from all the Viagra, Lipitor, Flomax and late-night ovulations of a young wife who wants another baby.

    Get Ready for a Real Holiday Delight!

  • Now remarried to a sexy bimbo with tattoos and a neurotic child, Jake is rotund, out of shape, exhausted and stressed out from all the Viagra, Lipitor, Flomax and late-night ovulations of a young wife who wants another baby.

    Get Ready for a Real Holiday Delight!

  • Also when we consider the risks of using these types of contraception, we should also look at the benefits, including the reduced risk of ovarian and uterine cancers resulting from fewer ovulations and fewer bleeds.

    I Want My Period, At Least Until Menopause

  • During the menopausal transition, as the number of remaining follicles decreases, ovulations become less regular and we begin to produce lower levels of estradiol, even though FSH continues to rise.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • During the menopausal transition, as the number of remaining follicles decreases, ovulations become less regular and we begin to produce lower levels of estradiol, even though FSH continues to rise.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • During the menopausal transition, as the number of remaining follicles decreases, ovulations become less regular and we begin to produce lower levels of estradiol, even though FSH continues to rise.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • During the menopausal transition, as the number of remaining follicles decreases, ovulations become less regular and we begin to produce lower levels of estradiol, even though FSH continues to rise.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

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