If you have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, there is a good chance that you either don’t ovulate or don’t ovulate regularly. But ovulation in PCOS is possible!
And it’s a wonderful sign that your body is working well and it is super important to know both if and when you are ovulating if you wish to conceive.
Ovulation tester kits… an option?
Unfortunately, ovulation tester kits are often inaccurate for women with PCOS. They test the levels of luteinising hormone (LH), which spikes around the time that lovely little egg leaves the ovary. The problem is, women with this common syndrome often already have high levels of this hormone, but no LH spike.
Throw these away and buy yourself some sexy lingerie with the money you save!
So, then… What are the helpful signs and symptoms of ovulation?
1) Temperature tracking
2) Cervical mucous
3) Blood tests for progesterone
4) The feel of your cervix
5) Your feelings
6) Your partner’s feelings
Stay tuned and tomorrow I will share a video here that delves into exactly what you need to know! The signs and symptoms of ovulation in PCOS can really help you assess what your body is up to. And if you are trying to conceive, when is the best time to seduce your partner and head to the bedroom.
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