Hi, The signs vary from person to person. The most common signs that you are ovulating are: * Egg-white vaginal discharge * 2-3 weeks after the egg-white discharge you receive your period. * Abdominal cramping. * Twinges in your abdomonen. * Feeling a bit flushed on the day you're ovulating along with egg-white discharge. * Increase in vaginal discharge for 3 days. * Postive result on a ovulation predictor test.
what signs does your body show you to tell you that you are ovulating
There are many signs breast tenderness,bloating and mild abdominal pain are the most noticable signs.
Could be your ovulating? I get it when I'm ovulating I know the signs because we are trying for a baby
Some women have a slight amount of discharge when they are ovulating.
You must be ovulating to get pregnant. You can have signs of puberty prior to ovulation.
There are several signs that you are ovulating.Primary signs of ovulation:Spike in basal body temperature.Presence of fertile quality cervical mucus.Cervix becomes high, soft, and open.Secondary signs of ovulation:Mittelschmerz aka ovulation pains.Spotting: pink or brown discharge.Lymph node in groin swelling on side of ovulation.Tender breasts, also fuller breasts.Each individual female can have additional signs unique to them. But note that unless using fertility awareness methods you can't know for certain when you are ovulating and fertile.
How do you know when you are ovulating?
Well I know that about 20% of women 25 and older get pregnant when trying to get pregnant, and when theyre not on birth control. And you can only get pregnant if your ovulating and a sperms there, so maybe it's 20%. Also, when your ovulating there are signs such as a thick white discharge, abdominal cramps similar to menstrual cramps, and also you get really horny.
How do I know when I am ovulating
on day 12 of your cycle these symptoms are probably because you are ovulating, not pregnant
Before having kids I could not tell. But now I always have clear vaginal discharge and pain on the side of wich I am ovulating. But like I said I never could feel or see a difference before having going thru labor or birth.
While ovulating is precisely the time you can get pregnant.
It is possible yes or you may simply be ovulating or have a yeast infection.
If you are not ovulating at all, you will not have a period.
No. If you're not ovulating you can't get pregnant. But 'not of ovulating age' doesn't mean anything. One 50 year old woman might not be ovulating anymore, but another might be
You can't actually tell because it is IRREGULAR. However, signs that you are ovulating are the following: a. increase in body temperature b. change in the consistency of the cervical mucus c. lower abdominal discomfort For more info, please do check: http://www.babycenter.com/0_detecting-ovulation_484.bc
yes that's when you conceive... ovulating is the release of your egg.
It doesn't matter whether you're ovulating or not - you CAN get pregnant!
The same way you know you are ovulating while not breastfeeding.
That means you could be ovulating or could be ovulating soon.
Yes you could be pregnant. Increased cervical mucus is a pregnancy sign its also a sign of a thrush infection or ovualtion.
I suggest you buy some ovulation sticks. You pee on them and they tell you when you are ovulating
Clear, thin, slimy mucus means your ovulating
Ovulation is when a female sheds the lining of her uterus allowing pregnancy. You can tell a female is ovulating by asking or looking for signs. Some of them include: abdominal pain, bloating, irritability, fatigue, even cravins; these and many other rings are possible ways to know. If you are in a relationship with a girl ask her.
It depends on if you are ovulating. It doesn't really matter the length of time just whether your body is ovulating each month (or some months) in that time. Use an ovulation predictor kit from the chemist or search online for signs of ovulation so you can check if it's happening. :)