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Do You Know When Your Body Is Ready to Ovulate?

Do You Know When Your Body Is Ready to Ovulate?

Some women laugh that they just look at their partner to become pregnant, while others say it takes some careful planning to get there. Our bodies tell us a lot about our cycles and our readiness to conceive. Take this quiz to see how well you understand your body's messages.

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Do You Know When Your Body Is Ready to Ovulate?

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MissSushi MissSushi 8 years
i got 6/6 though i admit to guessing the lutenizing question, lol.
bluepuppybites bluepuppybites 8 years
I got them all since I was trying to get pregnant and didn't have a clue about cycles and stuff (sorry I just don't remember that stuff from those lame videos in grade school). So I used the fertility planner on iVillage. It was really helpful, I only had to track my cycle for one month!
GirlC GirlC 8 years
Yep - I know my body and can "feel" when I ovulate.
kellys kellys 8 years
6/6 it took us over a year to get pregnant, and understanding my ovulation cycles (and knowing when i didn't ovulate at all-which was our biggest hurdle) was key to keeping me sane.
kikidawn kikidawn 8 years
I am really trying to "get in tune" with my body bc I would like to get off hormonal birth control and just use NFP. I got all except the store bought predictor question.
kikidawn kikidawn 8 years
I am really trying to "get in tune" with my body bc I would like to get off hormonal birth control and just use NFP. I got all except the store bought predictor question.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
By the way, if you're looking for ovulation you're looking for a rise in temp AND it to remain stable for several days. A one-time rise is temp is usually a fluke. Or if you've tracked your cycle long enough and now you dip just before you ovulate, you may be looking for that too. So a rise, a fall, or consistency all are correct.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
I kind of have to since we use NFP.
krae85 krae85 8 years
Why am I not on the scoreboard? grrrrrr again!
krae85 krae85 8 years
5/6! progesterone tricked me, but I knew better, grr.
SweetnLow SweetnLow 8 years
6/6. Woot. Guess that's a good thing since charting is what got this bump (9weeks left to go..) ;)
foxie foxie 8 years
Watch out for the silly putty!
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