2. Watch for Signs and Symptoms of Ovulation

Youโ€™d be surprised how much information your body can give you that indicates itโ€™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 youโ€™ll have an idea when you should start having sex the following month.

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