There are test strips you can use that tell you if you are ovulating. You can also chart your basal body temperature and cervical mucus each day.
But my question is why do you need to know if you are ovulating? Are you trying to get pregnant? Looking at your post history you seem awfully worried about pregnancy so I assume you are not trying for pregnancy. Just make sure you are being safe every time you have sex and you don't need to worry that much about whether you are ovulating or not.
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I am not trying to get pregnant.its just that i havent got my periods since last two months.and i guess,when you ovulate after that only you get your periods,right? So i was thinking,if i take that ovulating test at home,i will be sure that within next few days i will definately get my periods.so i need not go to doctor.
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