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Free Ovulation Calculator, Ovulation Calendar

Posted By: Ivfjunction

Date: Fri, 26 Nov 2021

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ovulation calculator & calendar can help you determine the fertile time of your monthly menstrual cycle to maximize your chances of conceiving. Ovulation is the release of the mature ovum from the ovaries. The ovum travels to the fallopian tube and fertilizes with viable sperm. Hence timing the intercourse around the ovulation helps you utilize the “Fertile Window”, the phase of your menstrual cycle where you are the most fertile. In a regular menstrual cycle that can last 28-35 days, the menstrual phase (The bleeding phase) could be 3-7 days. The first day of the menstrual cycle is the first day of periods, and the next menstrual cycle starts on the first day of your next period. The ovulation usually happens before 12-14 days of your next menstrual cycle if your cycle lasts for 28 days and around 20-22 days if your cycle lasts 35 or more days, in the middle of the menstrual cycle if you have a regular menstrual cycle. How To use the IVF Junction Ovulation Calculator
fill the date of starting of your last period and the length of your cycle (How many days between the first day of your last period and the first day of your next period).
The calculator would calculate your ovulatory date which would be the most fertile period of your monthly menstrual cycle and an ideal time period to have sexual intercourse if you’re planning to have a baby.

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