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Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing
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Time of ovulation as detected by a self-test of luteinizing hormone (LH) in the urine was compared with time of ovulation as detected by self-observation of cervical mucus. Twenty regularly cycling women monitored their cervical mucus and urine LH for two complete menstrual cycles. Of the cycles that had an LH surge, 100% were on the peak day of cervical mucus or within three days before the peak day. Self-observation of cervical mucus, therefore, can be an accurate method of determining optimal fertility.
Fehring, Richard, "Methods Used to Self-Predict Ovulation A Comparative Study" (1990). College of Nursing Faculty Research and Publications. 19.