How to keep track of your period and ovulation

Posted on 18.07.2018 by Arvilla
Because you are most fertile during ovulation, knowing when ovulation occurs is important if you are trying to get pregnant, or if you want to avoid getting pregnant. After ovulation, your mucus will become thick and sticky again.

Once you have at least eight cycles recorded, you can turn the data into a chart.

This article was co-authored by Annette Lee, MD. Record the number of days in each cycle, including the day you start your period. The calendar said I was ovulating. You can use your menstrual cycle to track.
Then write P for the first day of your next period. Circle the first day of your cycle, which is the day you start your period. Do this until the first day of your next period. However, if your periods are very irregular, t may be because you aren't at all.