How can you tell you are ovulating?

-Vaginal mucus: The vaginal mucus changes during your cycle. During ovulation, the mucus is clear, watery, stretchy like the white of runny egg.
-Ovulation pain: You may experience a dull ache or a twinge on one side of the abdomen, low down, that lasts for a few moments or a whole day.
-Softer cervix: It feels softer and less firm than usual when you touch it with your finger
-Spotting: A tiny loss of blood can sometimes occur. If you notice it, have a word with your doctor to make sure your cervix is healthy.
-Temperature: Body temperature drops slightly before ovulation and increases by about 0.2 degrees afterwards.