When Is The Best Time To Check Ovulation


On an ultrasound, you can see whether your egg is mature and ready to be released (ovulated). This happens in the middle of the menstrual cycle. Your period usually comes between day 14 and day 16 after ovulation. But not always! The most reliable way to know when your next period will start is by using a basal body temperature thermometer (BBT) or digital vaginal thermometer. If you are pregnant, one month before expected date of birth, your BBT should be at least 36 degrees Celsius (~97 degrees Fahrenheit), even if it’s been 38 or 39 for several days in a row. That means that ovulation has already happened, but only 1/2 of all eggs have been released so far… so you still have time left! Keep checking regularly until you get either positive test results on an HIV antibody blood test OR negative tests after two consecutive negative tests on 2 different occasions with error margins of less than 4 days apart. Mirena® contraceptive implant does NOT stop sperm from reaching the uterus; therefore it offers no protection against sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhea or chlamydia, which are caused by bacteria found in semen without any need for sexual intercourse. It also cannot protect against pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) & endometriosis that are associated with unprotected sex with multiple partners during menstruation months plus the use of intrauterine devices (IUDs). Although some women prefer IUDs because they prevent pregnancy better than high