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How do you know when your ovulating?

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Dr. Stephen Sudler
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Most often not

Most women are not aware of any ovulation.
One common sign can be a clear, thin, sticky vaginal (actually cervical) discharge 2 weeks before menses. A basal body temperarture chart can be used to tell if ovulation may have occured. There are urine tests you can purchase to predict impending ovulation. Some women feel a twinge of pain on one side. This is called mittelschmerz (middle pain).

In brief: Most often not

Most women are not aware of any ovulation.
One common sign can be a clear, thin, sticky vaginal (actually cervical) discharge 2 weeks before menses. A basal body temperarture chart can be used to tell if ovulation may have occured. There are urine tests you can purchase to predict impending ovulation. Some women feel a twinge of pain on one side. This is called mittelschmerz (middle pain).
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Dr. Chevies Newman
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: LH kit

Some people feel it, it's called mittleshmurtz! kina like your name.
The best way to know is an ovulation predictor kit and remember its generally 14 days after the first day of the last menstrual period, gd luck.

In brief: LH kit

Some people feel it, it's called mittleshmurtz! kina like your name.
The best way to know is an ovulation predictor kit and remember its generally 14 days after the first day of the last menstrual period, gd luck.
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