Take your temperature every morning when you wake up. Do this before you get out of bed and before you go to the bathroom. Your temp will drop slightly right before you ovulate, and then it will rise. It will continue to rise on the following two days, and will register about 0.4 to 0.6 degrees higher than your normal temp. Observe any abdominal discomfort. Some women have a sharp pain in there lower abdomen when they ovulate, or on your lower back. This will be brief. You may have som discharge. Cervical mucus becomes thinner and more watery as ovulation gets near. Notice any changes in cervix color, this can also indicate ovulation. When you ovulate it will be pale or bluish, when it is usually pink.