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Post pregnancy ovulation signs

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The first answer is to just know your body and listen closely to your symptoms... but that can be difficult if you don't know the symptoms of ovulation. Of course, they can vary from woman to woman but there are some signs that many ovulating females have that you can check without any special tools or apps or anything.

For a little more money, you can use tools for tracking your ovulation.

OPKs, ovulation predictor kits, are a common favorite. You can get them from the dollar store or online in bulk (or a pharmacy, but they're usually more expensive there) and use them just like a pregnancy test around when you think you might be ovulating.

You can also get a special thermometer called a basal body thermometer for measuring your basal body temperature, BBT. You take your temperature with this cost-effective, accurate thermometer in the morning before anything else and chart it. A raise in BBT can indicate ovulation. And, if your temperature stays elevated, you may even have a clue that you conceived before a home pregnancy test, HPT or POAS (pee on a stick) could even tell!

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Post pregnancy ovulation signs
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