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I don't temp, I go by cervical mucus. To answer your question, Ruby, you can chart your temperature, more accurately your basal body temperature, by taking it every morning and plotting it on a chart. In the middle of your cycle your temperature will shift, signaling ovulation. It is also around this time that you'll see an increase in milky-clear discharge. The more liquid it is, the more fertile you are.
I also have horrid mood swings and terrible ovulation pain, so I can be 99.9% sure I'm ovulating when I think I am.