Why do i Bleed at Ovulation Time?
Your ovary is ripening an egg for three months. This happens in a cyst and when ovulation occurs the cysts bursts. Some people who are very sensitive can feel the fluid that the cyst releases and some times there is a small amount of blood that gives rise to some spotting. If you are talking about a few tea spoons of red blood then there is a problem, or if it is brown or black blood then you may have small endometriomas (endometrial cysts) that are bursting along side your egg cyst. Stress will play a big part and will cause your hormone levels to change. Basically if the body is under stress and is producing adrenalin then if there are insufficient nutrients to support both adrenal function and fertility your body will close down the fertility support. It is better to put the energy into flight and survival than into reproduction when there is stress. You need to eat well, plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, preferably organic. Think about taking a good yeast free from natural sour