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Cervical Fluid and ovulation
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Sandpiper18 posted:
I am still trying to pinpoint my most fertile days. I noticed that my cervical fluid was floating in the toilet when I went to the bathroom today. My BD and I last did it on Thursday (two days ago). Will I ovulate today? Or am i going to ovulate tomorrow? Did I already ovulate?
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Hopeto responded:
To my knowledge it means you are close to ovulation. With me it comes at the same time as my LH urine ovulation test i positive, and ovulation happens a day or so after. Good luck!
 
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jon3brn responded:
the best ovulation predictor is ovulation kits. you can get a bunch of them from amazon.com and you can test as many times as you want. I tried tracking my ovulation through cervical fluid and cervical position. If you are not real sure what you should be seeing or feeling, it can get pretty difficult.

But another way to find out of you ovulated is to get your blood drawn to chart your E2(estradiol) which helps the body prepare the follicles for ovulation and then progesterone tells if you did in fact ovulate. Hope some of this helps
Me(28) and DH(28), Married and TTC since April 2008, 3 rounds of clomid no success, 6 month break, Jan and Feb 2012 cancelled cycles due to cysts, Mar. cycle IUIs 3/2-3/3, testing 3/17


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