2. Watch for Signs and Symptoms of Ovulation

You’d be surprised how much information your body can give you that indicates it’s almost ready to ovulate. For instance, many women notice changes in their cervical mucus. (The cervical mucus that precedes ovulation has a consistency like egg whites: thin, stretchy, and translucent.)

Other women have pain associated with ovulation or see light spotting. Paying attention to these signs will help you identify the day you ovulate, and you’ll have an idea when you should start having sex the following month.

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