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It’s a good idea to start having sex a few days before your ovulation if you know when it will occur.

If you don’t, chart for a few months to figure out about when it’s occurring, as well as to get familiar with your body and your signs.

All of these, along with any other signs/symptoms (nausea, cramping, etc.) can give you some hints as to what your body is doing. As a quick refresher, you are looking for your cervix to be high, soft, and open at ovulation, and for your cervical mucus to be either clear and watery (kind of slimy) or like raw egg whites and copious.

You may also have headaches, feel tired, or feel a bit nauseous, and you may notice cramping.

The clips, which appear on her You Tube channel have been heavily criticised by large numbers of those who've seen them Another shows her stopping a work-out to breastfeed her children.

In the clip, she says: 'Here I am feeding my three-year-old and one-year-old in the middle of a workout – sometimes annoying that you got to stop a work out, but us mothers do what we have to do.

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The mummy blogger, who refers to herself as a 'vegan breastfeeding mama', said her baby was 'not involved', but simply 'there'.

It’s kind of a “bad” cycle, if you’re trying to conceive anyway!

Your prolactin levels interfere with your estrogen, so fewer follicles mature and you have less chance of ovulating.

'If you actually listen to the , my three-month-old would not allow me to put him down at all,' she said.'[He was] attached to me 24/7.' Tasha has said her child was sleeping at the time, and that it was time to put an end to judgment and shame.

Tasha Maile, who describes herself as a 'Vegan breastfeeding mother of two' regularly posts videos of her nursing her young sons.