How Ovulation calculator helps to track your fertile date?

Trying to conceive? Get it easier with our ovulation calculator. It’s a very helpful and easy way to make your baby plan successful.

  1. First we need to know how Ovulation calculator works

Actually, for a woman having 28 days of cycle length, egg is expected to be released about 14 days before the first date of her next menstrual period, let’s call this date “DAY E”, E for the Egg. Then it can stay still in 3 days while sperms can live up to 5 days in woman body. Therefore, during this preceding 3 days after ovulation, you may get the most of chance to be conceived.

This is how the Ovulation calculator works. Especially to maximise your chance, we add 3 days before and 3 days after of the DAY E. To use this ovulation calculator, it’s very easy:

Step 1: Go to the ovulation calculator on our blog for baby care

Step 2: Input the first day of your last period

Step 3: Select your cycle length

Step 4: Submit

You will get all you need for your fertilization plan:

  • Your fertile days of next coming 6 months, that way you can prepare well your plan.
  • The according due date of each

We propose also the pregnancy calculator that I will introduce to you in another article. It’s simple to use, easy to understand, free and accurate. Try it out now!

  1. Is Ovulation calculator an absolute way of getting pregnant?

Well, sorry to tell you the answer is “NO”. Actually there is no perfect method existing on the world yet that makes you get pregnant with 100% sure. Even with artificial insemination, the success rate ranges from 10 to 20%.

However, what I can say here is the ovulation calculator is obviously the most easy way for you to prepare your baby planning. In additional, we do propose some tips that maximize your chance to get pregnant. On our blog we also note out signs you would have when you have during your very first days of pregnancy.

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