Calculating ovulation: the optimum time for getting pregnant



one of the questions that couples ask

more frequently is how to calculate the

most fertile days on their cycle when

ovulation takes place so that they can

make this coincide with sexual

intercourse it is important to highlight

that the first day of a period is a day

in which a woman bleeds more or less

abundantly and this blood is red in

color some women do have some lighter

spotting which is brownish in color

before the actual menstruation begins on

the whole or women regularly have the

period every X number of days a cycle

can be standard 28 days short 24 to 26

days or long 32 to 35 days the entire

duration of the cycle depends on the

time between the period and ovulation

there are always 14 days between

ovulation and the next period

irrespective of the duration of the

cycle as a whole in that case the

calculation is always done in the same

way based on how long your cycle lasts

mark the suspected date of your NEX

period on a calendar and take away 14

days these days should be marked in

green and they are the days on which

ovulation will take place as such they

are the most fertile days you will find

a simple ovulation and fertile day

calculator on our web page type in the

date of your last two periods to

calculate your most fertile days good