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How do you test to see if you are ovulating?
13 doctors weighed in

Dr. Vito Cardone
Obstetrics & Gynecology
5 doctors agree
In brief: Ovulation timing
The most reliable non invasive test for timing of ovulation is a urine test that you can do at home.
Basal body temperature is also good but more cumbersome.

In brief: Ovulation timing
The most reliable non invasive test for timing of ovulation is a urine test that you can do at home.
Basal body temperature is also good but more cumbersome.
Dr. Vito Cardone
Dr. Vito Cardone
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Dr. Michael Opsahl
Fertility Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Test for Ovulation
Tests for ovulation are inexpensive but cumbersome.
Check these links: http://bit.Ly/zhx3ds. Regular cycles means ovulation most cycles. Bbt charts are cheap and good to start if irregular cycles but tells ovulation after egg out. Opk tells ovulation 12-24 hrs ahead but expensive if not sure when to test. Cervical mucus changes and is useful for some women. Best wishes.

In brief: Test for Ovulation
Tests for ovulation are inexpensive but cumbersome.
Check these links: http://bit.Ly/zhx3ds. Regular cycles means ovulation most cycles. Bbt charts are cheap and good to start if irregular cycles but tells ovulation after egg out. Opk tells ovulation 12-24 hrs ahead but expensive if not sure when to test. Cervical mucus changes and is useful for some women. Best wishes.
Dr. Michael Opsahl
Dr. Michael Opsahl
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Dr. Tina Koopersmith
Fertility Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Blood and ultrasound
A Progesterone level > 3 indicates ovulation and visualization of an egg house or follicle followed by its disappearance confirms the release of the egg from the ovary.

In brief: Blood and ultrasound
A Progesterone level > 3 indicates ovulation and visualization of an egg house or follicle followed by its disappearance confirms the release of the egg from the ovary.
Dr. Tina Koopersmith
Dr. Tina Koopersmith
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Dr. John Jarrett
Fertility Medicine
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In brief: Testing for ovulati
You can use an over-the-counter test known as an ovulation predictor kit.
This is a "dip stick" you put in the urine and it will indicate when ovulation is about to occur.

In brief: Testing for ovulati
You can use an over-the-counter test known as an ovulation predictor kit.
This is a "dip stick" you put in the urine and it will indicate when ovulation is about to occur.
Dr. John Jarrett
Dr. John Jarrett
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Dr. Kathleen Hong
Fertility Medicine
In brief: Ovulation kit
Purchase a kit from a drugstore and use it at night- if you have a positive test and you are trying to get pregnant, have intercourse on the night of the first positive test and the night after.

In brief: Ovulation kit
Purchase a kit from a drugstore and use it at night- if you have a positive test and you are trying to get pregnant, have intercourse on the night of the first positive test and the night after.
Dr. Kathleen Hong
Dr. Kathleen Hong
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Dr. Gregory Hines
Family Medicine
In brief: Basal Body Temp
The simplest test is to take your basal body temperature, that is, your oral or rectal temperature first thing in the morning, before you get out of bed.
You will see your basal body temperature will rise slightly when you ovulate. You can also have an ultrasound done, but it would be more expensive.

In brief: Basal Body Temp
The simplest test is to take your basal body temperature, that is, your oral or rectal temperature first thing in the morning, before you get out of bed.
You will see your basal body temperature will rise slightly when you ovulate. You can also have an ultrasound done, but it would be more expensive.
Dr. Gregory Hines
Dr. Gregory Hines
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