There are several tools a woman can use to determine her ovulation. One is through an OPK or an Ovulation Predictor Kit. An OPK is almost like a Pregnancy test except that it checks for the LH surge which is responsible to stimulate ovulation. Another way a woman can track ovulation is a BBT thermometer or a Basal Body Temperature thermometer. A woman may track her temperature twice a day and chart it on the graph that comes with the BBT thermometer upon purchase. If she sees a sudden increase in her temperature, it means she’s ovulating. Another way to check ovulation is by checking the cervical mucus. An egg white type of cervical mucus most probably means a woman is ovulating. Ovulation day is the best time for the sperm to catch the egg of more chances of getting pregnant.
Tracking a woman's ovulation could be of big help for couples who are trying to conceive. Couples just need to be patient and determined, and of course educated especially when it comes to tracking ovulation, and soon they will be able to conceive.