3. Choose an Ovulation Prediction Method That Works for You

If you don’t have any noticeable ovulation symptoms, there are ovulation prediction tools that can help you out. There are many options available today that range in price and level of sophistication. One is a urine-based test strips/sticks, which measure hormonal changes 12 to 48 hours before ovulation.

Then there's also an electronic fertility monitor that measures hormone and electrolyte changes and lets you know when you’re going to ovulate five to seven days in advance. You could also try basal body temperature thermometers that track your BBT, which rises once ovulation has occurred. Last but not least are ovulation microscopes that allow you to see a ferning pattern in your saliva that signals ovulation will occur in three to five days.

Ovulation prediction tools can also identify if you are not ovulating, which can help alert you early if you need to visit a fertility doctor.

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