You can most accurately pinpoint your
ovulation day by monitoring your cervical mucus, your
basal body temperature (BBT), and your
luteinizing hormone (LH) changes with an ovulation
If you have unusually long or short menstrual cycles of less than 21
days or more than 42 days, monitoring your cervical mucus is your best bet for
identifying your ovulation day. An ovarian monitor LH test won't work well for
June 8, 2012
Sarah Marshall, MD - Family Medicine
& Kirtly Jones, MD - Obstetrics and Gynecology
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