Learn when you are likely to ovulate – and raise your odds of becoming pregnant! Use this ovulation calculator free to help find out your dates.
We are going to let you know when you are most likely to be fertile over the next six months.
NOTE: This tool presumes a regular menstrual cycle and supplies approximate dates only. If your menstrual cycles are irregular, you may have trouble pinpointing your day of ovulation based on this calendar.
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What is ovulation?
When you release an egg from one of your ovaries ovulation occurs. You are pregnant, if this egg gets fertilized by a sperm and implants in your uterus!
You are possibly fertile five days before you ovulate through the day of ovulation, although you are much more likely if you have sex during the closing three days of this window to get pregnant.
There is no foolproof method to call when you will ovulate. But here are a couple of means by which you can estimate when it is most likely to occur, in order to try and time sex so and boost your odds of becoming pregnant.
How do you figure out your ovulation cycle?
Firstly, you should start with figuring out your typical menstrual cycle is. You count day one as the first day of your cycle and your period goes until you begin your period. Keep track of the days, as soon as you begin your period the day before that’s the last day of your ovulation cycle.
How do you track your ovulation?
- Work out the span of your menstrual cycle that is typical. Day one is the first day of the menstrual period and the last day is the day before the next interval starts
- Ovulation occurs about fourteen days before the next anticipated interval
What day do you ovulate on a 32 day cycle?
Most ladies have 28 – 32 day cycles and ovulation can take place during days 11 – 21 of the menstrual cycle. Typical cycles are represented by these days; many ladies ovulate before and have somewhat shorter cycles and others have more monthly cycles with ovulation occurring in the month.
What to Do Before Trying to Conceive
If you’re trying to conceive, timing is everything. However, it’s also important to do the following leading up to your pregnancy:
- See your healthcare provider for a preconception check up to rule out any health issues.
- Don’t neglect your oral health. See why it’s important in this guide about dental care & pregnancy.
- Take folic acid before conceiving, not just during pregnancy. Here are some facts about folic acid and why it’s so important.
- Eat healthy foods and maintain a healthy body weight.
- Stop smoking.
- Avoid alcohol.