How do you know if you are ovulating?

OTC test. Many times, you don't. Otc test kits can be utilized. Occasionally, women experience "ovulation pain"; the vaguely described mittleschmerz reaction.

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How do you know when you've ovulated?

Basal temp rises. If you have been taking your basal body temperature, there is typically a rise of 1/2 degree with Progesterone production, which occurs after ovulation. Also, if you notice lots of good cervical mucus (like egg white), that is a sign that your are nearing ovulation. When it suddenly goes away, that is probably a sign that you are in the second half (progesterone-producing) part of the cycle. Read more...

How do you know when you are ovulating?

Use an OPK kit. If you have regular cycles use an ovulation predictor kit (opk) - test between 10 am and noon, starting on day 10 of your cycle. The first morning urine is not accurate. Try the ovuquick brand (available online, get the 9 stick pack) if a drugstore test doesn't work for you. The day of a positive test and the next 2 days are your most fertile days. If you have irregular cycles see a rei specialist. Read more...

How do you know if you actually ovulate?

Spontaneous periods. If you have spontaneous periods (meaning without medicine) then you are almost certainly ovulating; whether your ovulations are always normal is a different question. Read more...

How do you know when you are ovulating?

Usually you can't. Ovulation symptoms are not common, some women will feel mild tenderness on the side that ovulation occurs on. You can test if you are ovulating by doing a home ovulation predictor kit. Read more...

How do you know if you're ovulating or not?

Several ways . If you have regular periods you should assume you are ovulating since that is the norm. If you are sexually active and do not desire pregnancy please use birth control. There are ovulation kits available at any pharmacy. Ovulation typically occurs 14 days before your next period. Some people like to track basal body temperature but this does not work very well. Read more...
Regular cycles. In general woman with regular menstrual cycles are ovulating. So if your cycles are between 22 -35 days most likely you are. You can get an over the counter ovulation predictor kit to be sure. Start the predictor kit around day 7 if you have short cycles (less than 27 days) and day 12 for longer cycles (around 28 days or more). Read more...

How do you know when you re ovulating normally?

Use an OPK kit. If you have regular cycles use an ovulation predictor kit (opk) - test between 10 am and noon, starting on day 10 of your cycle. The first morning urine is not accurate. Try the ovuquick brand (available online, get the 9 stick pack) if a drugstore test doesn't work for you. The day of a positive test and the next 2 days are your most fertile days. If you have irregular cycles see a rei specialist. Read more...

How do you know when you are ovulating without using a test?

Body temperature. If you follow your temperature closely and graph several days information, you should see your core temp will rise about half to one degree for a few days after ovulation. It's not very specific. Read more...
Cervical mucous. The cervical mucous and vaginal fluids tend to increase and some women can note a mild abdominal cramp when ovulating. Read more...