Basal Body Temperature dips then rises. If you are charting your temperatures, you will be able to see ovulation on the chart! There will be a dip on ovulation day and then a rise immediatedly after. For more information on charting, see this post.
Ovulation Prediction Tests are great! They work the same way as pregnancy tests, but check for a rise in your luteneizing hormones (LH).
Cramping - This one is a little more difficult to figure out and varies for each woman. Some women cramp during ovulation, some before, and some after. If you pay attention for a few months, you should be able to figure out which one happens for you.
Change in cervical fluid - Typically, the fluid becomes more like "egg whites", but definitely very wet.
All that said, just because you know you ovulated and took action doesn't mean you'll get pregnant that month...unfortunately!
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