But it can also tend to get costly – if you let it, that is.
There’s ovulation monitors that you can easily purchase over the counter at your local retail stores or you can follow these three easy steps and do it totally free.
1. Track Your Menstrual Cycle
Not only is this the easiest way to figure out how your body’s reproductive cycle likes to handle itself, but it’s also the most truthful.
Your body doesn’t lie, so even though you may not be able to follow the second your egg will release into your fallopian tubes, you can get pretty darn close.
Give it a few months of tracking until you consider yourself a pro – the littlest thing can change your body’s cycle and you’ll need the practice of keeping your eye on your period.
2. Pay Attention To Your Body
All month long, your body clues you in on what your reproductive organs are doing.
Everything from headaches, to bloating, and even cramps are all fantastic indications that your body is going through its monthly cycle and it wants to house a child for the next nine (ten, actually) months.
We make ourselves complicated individuals, but really men and women’s bodies are simply two masterpieces in the art of reproducing. Your body primes itself monthly while your partner’s is ready anytime, thus ensuring survival of the species.
3. Become One With Your Vagina
You two are pretty close as it is, but when you want to conceive, it’s imperative you pay close attention to it.
Anything from its odor to the amount of mucus (also known as discharge) that your body is producing are very clear and dependable signs that your body is ready to conceive a child.
The more vaginal discharge you are producing means the better chance of that mucus helping sperm reach their destination. Your vaginal discharge serves a purpose, it helps sperm swim more easily towards your egg, it also helps to prime your vagina for intercourse so things all run a little more smoothly.
If you listen to your vagina monthly, this excess discharge will be a clear indicator that not only are you getting ready to ovulate and release an egg, but that it will soon be the perfect time for you and your partner to get intimate in order to conceive a child.
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