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How to track ovulation when trying to conceive?
How to Track Ovulation When Trying to Conceive 1 The Calendar Method. 2 Charting Your Basal Body Temperature. 3 Ovulation Predictor Kits. 4 Saliva Ferning Tests. 5 Tracking Cervical Mucus Changes. 6 Having Sex Regularly.
How can I track my menstrual cycle?
By taking your basal temperature daily, tracking your menstrual cycle and making notes of how your body physically feels each day, you can, with time, see patterns that can help you better identify the day you鈥檙e likely to ovulate.
Should you use a calendar to track ovulation?
Using a calendar to track ovulation is less helpful if you have irregular periods that vary from one month to the next. On the other hand, if you have very regular cycles (meaning no shorter than 26 days and no longer than 32 days), you can utilize the Standard Days Method, in which you focus on having sex during days 8 to 19 of your cycle.
How do you know when to use a digital ovulation test?
Remember that your estrogen level rises first, followed by a surge in LH level. The Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test detects your LH surge, identifying your two days of peak fertility. It鈥檚 important to know the day your last period started before using an ovulation test.