You will be surprised how many signs and signals your body is giving you before ovulation approaches. The most important thing is to listen to your body and observe it carefully. We will help you learn about these signals. See instructions below.

1. If you are lucky (or unhappiness depends on how you look at it), you will feel the moment of ovulation, which is signaled by a stabbing pain in the lower abdomen, often on one side. It can be of varying intensity, from light subtle to stronger. Like recurrent pain, it can spread to the pelvic area and stop at any time or last for several days. It is often located on the side of the ovary from which the egg is released. If you had the pain described above, this meant that you were ovulating, or ovulation will occur in a day or two.

2 Another way to determine ovulation is to observe the mucus in the vagina. It may sound strange to you, but an increased amount of mucus in the vagina is a great signal that you are ovulating. When the mucus is clear, sticky, and sticky, it means that ovulation is continuing. The body naturally produces this mucus to help sperm survive and move during intercourse. Watch your vaginal discharge throughout your menstrual cycle and you can easily recognize when it indicates ovulation.

3 You can also determine ovulation using a conventional mercury or electronic thermometer. You should take your temperature every morning and record your measurements. On ovulation days, the temperature will be about half a degree higher and will remain at this level until the first day of menstruation. This is because the body prepares the temperature regime in case the egg is fertilized. Then the temperature will not drop, but will remain elevated during the next days of the cycle. This way, you can also know from the first days that you are pregnant. Of course, if the body does not undergo any diseases in which the temperature remains high. It is best to measure the temperature in the vagina, this is more accurate.

4 You can also purchase ovulation tests. They are available in almost every pharmacy. To perform it correctly, you must follow the instructions attached to it. Remember, this is a one-time test.