There are 3 ways to track ovulation 1) ovulation kit - these are sold in any drug store/pharmacy near the pregnancy tests. You urinate on a stick like a pregnancy test and it tells you if you are going to ovulate soon and therefore should work on getting pregnant. 2) temperature charting - you take your temperature each morning before you get up and chart it. You will see a small (0.8 degree) increase when you ovulate 3) cervical mucus - this becomes thin and stretchy like eggwhites when you ovulate but most women find this difficult to follow. Remember, if you are trying to get pregnant the most fertile time is the 3 days PRIOR to ovulation kits.
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