Our expert says:
When a woman is still ovulating, there will be ova (eggs) in various stages of development visible on the ovaries with a sonar. A easy way to determine when you ovulate is to take your temperature every morning before you get up. It will be around 36.7 but will increase with when you ovulate. See http://www.babycenter.com/0_detecting-ovulation_484.bc
One also can buy ovulation tests at pharmacies these days which will measure the LH hormone surge and giving you an indication of when you will ovulate.
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