Our expert says:
There are no definite signs of ovulation and in many cases ovulation occurs as a very asymptomatic process. Breast tenderness is a late phenomenon; it is more a pre-menstrual experience than an actual ovulation experience. The presence of cervical mucus and the occasional discomfort of the lower abdomen are all indirect and non-specific to ovulation. The best method of home monitoring ovulation is the use of urine LH detecting kits, which are fairly accurate.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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