Jealous? It must be Week 2!

/Jealous? It must be Week 2!

Jealous? It must be Week 2!

My HormonologyAccording to a study in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, you may worry more that your partner is developing feelings for someone else as you approach ovulation at the end of your Week 2 (around the midpoint of your cycle).

As the researchers explain, it’s because high estrogen is pumping up your urge to protect your relationship in case you get pregnant during this phase.

But, you’re not the only one who’s guarding your relationship more closely: Turns out, your mate is also prone to feeling jealous and worried you could stray the closer you get to ovulation, reports the journal Hormones and Behavior. Of course, there could be good reason for your sweetheart to fret: Research shows that when ovulation rolls around, you’re more likely to fantasize about someone other than your current mate and flirt with someone new!

By | 2018-08-12T16:30:35+00:00 July 18th, 2013|hormonology tip|0 Comments

About the Author:

Gabrielle Lichterman is the founder of Hormonology, author of 28 Days: What Your Cycle Reveals about Your Love Life, Moods and Potential and creator of the popular Hormone Horoscope menstrual cycle tracker apps. In 2005, Gabrielle pioneered the growing movement among women to live in sync with their menstrual cycles and learn about the many ways their hormones impact their moods, health and behavior with the publication of her book, 28 Days. She's also a longtime women's health journalist whose articles have been published in major publications around the globe. Gabrielle's new updated and expanded version of 28 Days is due to be published December 2018. You can help get this book published by participating in her fundraiser at MyHormonology.com/28-days-fundraiser.

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