Signs of ovulation?
Thick cervical fluid discharge that is creamy or feels like
eggwhite accompanies ovulation. The cervix becomes soft and open
and sits higher in the vagina. Often women experience breast
tenderness (softness, not soreness) and heightened sexuality.
Mittelschmertz, if you get it and learn to recognize it, is a
good tool to determine when ovulation has occurred. Mittelschmertz
is pain that some women get when the ovary releases an egg. It is a
sharp pain in your lower abdomen (near the hip bone) that is felt
only on the left or right side. Not everyone gets it, and those who
get it might not always get it so it cannot be used as birth
control except as a way to determine that ovulation has already