Take your temperature first thing in the morning, every morning. Before you even get out of bed. Write it on a calendar, in your date book, or use one of the online programs (I used fertilityfriend.com and found it was very easy to use). If you use an online program, the program will start to calculate when you *should* ovulate. If you want to be more sure, get an ovulation predictor kit and start using that on about day 12 of your cycle (counting from the first day that you bled, not spotted but really bled). The kit will give you about a 3 day window during which you are most likely to ovulate. On those three days, ideally you will be able to have sex a minimum of three times. If your schedule allows it, you can have sex about every 12 hours during those three days. If all goes well, 14 days later, a pregnancy test will come up positive!
at 12:46 PM on Apr. 20, 2009