verb (used without object), ov·u·lat·ed, ov·u·lat·ing. Biology.
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“As long as they have an adequate body weight, most women will ovulate just fine, even on marathon weekend,” he says.
Your doctor can help pinpoint any potential roadblocks and, in some cases, might prescribe medication to help you ovulate.
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Word Origin and History for ovulate
1888, back-formation from ovulation. Related: Ovulated; ovulating.