Ovulation Period Calculator

Ovulation checker is an online tool to predict or know your most fertile days when chances of getting pregnant are higher. To get pregnant, determine your fertile periods or days for ovulation & increase chances you conceive.


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**Disclaimer: This tool is for informational purposes only. It is important to consult to your doctor/gynecologist.

Your Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Ovulation?

Ovulation is when an egg or more is released from your ovary. This is considered to be the most fertile period. When the egg is released, it may or may not be fertilized by sperm. If the egg isn’t fertilized the lining of the womb is shed (the egg is lost with it) and your period starts.

When Do I Ovulate?

Women with the average 28-days in a cycle usually ovulate on or around Cycle Day 14. The numbering of cycle days starts over if a pregnancy does not begin, and the woman starts her period.

How Long Do I Ovulate? Or When are you most fertile?

Ovulation lasts for 12 to 48 hours, but you are potentially fertile for up to seven days, and maybe up to 10 days. This is because sperm can survive up to five days in the female reproductive tract.

How Accurate Are Ovulation Calculators?

When taken correctly, ovulation tests are approximately 99% accurate in detecting the LH (luteinizing hormone ) surge, hormone that triggers ovulation & your fertile period.

How Do I Know If I am Ovulating? Signs & Symptoms

Beyond the calendar,you might notice an increase in your vaginal discharge (white discharge) as you get close to ovulation. And, your cervical mucus will become copious, clear and slippery—like egg whites. Once your discharge becomes scant and sticky again, that indicates your ovulation is over.
Your basal body temperature (BBT) or body temperature at rest slightly increases during ovulation. You need to take your temperature before getting out of bed each morning with a basal thermometer and then note it on a chart or regular piece of paper.Changing hormone levels lead to a spike in temperature as you approach ovulation. You are most fertile on the day of the spike and the days leading up to it.

What Color is Ovulation Discharge?

Vaginal discharge keeps your vagina and tract clean. Days 1–5: Discharge is usually red or bloody, as the body sheds the uterine lining. Days 6–14: Following a period, a person may notice less vaginal discharge than usual. As the egg starts to develop and mature, the cervical mucus will become cloudy and white or yellow. It may feel sticky. Days 14–25. A few days before ovulation, the mucus will be thin and slippery, similar to the consistency of egg whites. After ovulation, the mucus will go back to being cloudy, white or yellow, and possibly sticky or tacky. Days 25–2:. The cervical mucus will lighten, and a person will see less of it, before getting another period.

What Are The Changes In My Cervix When I Am Ovulating?

As you approach ovulation, your cervix will become soft, high, open, and wet – you can remember this with the acronym SHOW. After ovulation, these signs reverse and the cervix becomes firm, low, closed, and dry.

Name Some Ovulation Predictor Kits(OPKs)!

i-know, Ovacare Myo Kit, Fairhaven BFP, Pregnancy and Ovulation Test Strips

Name A Few Fertility Monitors!

A fertility monitor is a piece of equipment that is consistently good with quality or performance. Their main purpose is to use the concentration of hormone breakdown products in a woman's urine to determine their fertile time in their ovarian cycle.

When Should I Consult Doctor If Suffering from Poly-cystic ovarian disorder (PCOD)?

See your doctor if:
1. You’ve missed periods and you’re not pregnant.
2. You have symptoms of PCOS, such as hair growth on your face and body.
3. You’ve been trying to get pregnant for more than 12 months but haven’t been successful.
4. You have symptoms of diabetes, such as excess thirst or hunger, blurred vision, or unexplained weight loss.

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