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How can you find out when you ovulate?


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2017-01-05 04:46:05
2017-01-05 04:46:05

You have to chart everything, cervical position, mucus, temp. if you go to a drug store or walmart you can buy a digital thermometer the should have a chart on it, and it will help explain how to determin. But you need to chart for several months. There are fertility web sites that help too.

A simple way of knowing when you are ovulating is by checking out what you dicharge.The slimmy transparent stuff tells you how slipery the road is.

An ovulation calendar could also help take care of the date details.

The only completely reliable and accurate way to precisely determine an ovulation date is to count back 39 weeks from your child's birthday.

:Some women expirience a sharp pain (varying from intense to very light) on either their right or left lower abdomen. This is either the left or the right ovary releasing the egg. Also some time into your cycle, you will have cervical mucus, which should be white to clear in color. As the time of ovulation becomes closer, there will be more and more mucus. You will most likely have enough to notice it on your underwear or on the toilet paper when you wipe. You can 'check' your mucus yourself (a lot of women do this to check if it's close enough to ovulation so they can conceive) by sticking two fingers inside your vagina and touching the cervix. When you pull out your fingers, and you spread your two fingers apart and the mucus sticks to both fingers and it clings, it's very fertile mucus and therefore you are very close to ovulating. You can also buy an ovulation test at your local drug store. They are often sold around the same area pregnancy tests are sold.

check out this website. It says it is for Natural Family Planning, but it tells you when you are fertile if you are trying for a baby. http://www.bygpub.com/natural/natural-family-planning.htm

There are many physical signs of ovulation:

1. Some women experience what it is called ovulatory pain right before the egg is going to be released.

2. Some women feel more sexuality aroused during ovulation time, which decreases after ovulation.

3. Some women have increased stretchy egg while cervical mucus around the time of ovulation, which turns sticky and dry once the egg has been released.

4. Some women have mid cycle spotting that indicates that ovulation has occurred.

5. Some women have emotional changes.

6. Some women experience hormonal headache around ovulation.

The best way to know when you are about to ovulate is to use a fertility monitor that tells you that your hormone levels are approaching the right time for conception. It is vital to have conception sex just before the egg is released, not at ovulation when it may be too late because the egg is alive for only 12 hours after its release.

If you what to know when you ovulate to avoid pregnancy, a fertility monitor will tell you exactly when you need to use protection.

Some women expirience a sharp pain (varying from intense to very light) on either their right or left lower abdomen. This is either the left or the right ovary releasing the egg. Also some time into your cycle, you will have cervical mucus, which should be white to clear in color. As the time of ovulation becomes closer, there will be more and more mucus. You will most likely have enough to notice it on your underwear or on the toilet paper when you wipe. You can 'check' your mucus yourself (a lot of women do this to check if it's close enough to ovulation so they can conceive) by sticking two fingers inside your vagina and touching the cervix. When you pull out your fingers, and you spread your two fingers apart and the mucus sticks to both fingers and it clings, it's very fertile mucus and therefore you are very close to ovulating. You can also buy an ovulation test at your local drug store. They are often sold around the same area pregnancy tests are sold.

Ovulation is Half way between periods.

Unlike some animal who come "into season" woman ovulate every month - ovulation is part of the monthly cycle, just like menstruation. On average you ovulate about 14 days before your period is due.

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There are several ways to determine if you are ovulating. If your basal body temperature increases by 1 degree this means you are fertile. If your cervical mucus looks clear and slippery with a consistency of a raw egg white, then you are ovulating. If you are having a regular period, the ovulation calculator can also give the possible dates of ovulation. Using an ovulation kit can also help you to determine exactly if you are ovulating or not.

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