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When do I ovulate? You would be amazed how many women wonder about the answer of this question simple question. This is not that surprising, because the days around your ovulation day are some of the best days for conception. Ovulation is the process of releasing an egg from your ovaries one time every menstrual cycle, due to hormonal changes. Your ovulation date determines the so called ‘fertile window’ which is the most suitable period to get pregnant. This window is around 6 days before the release, because sperm can survive in woman’s body for that long and your egg is available for just a day after it is ovulated. So, all the 6 days before the actual date of egg release are appropriate for conception.

Your ovulation happens approximately 12-14 days before the beginning of your next menstrual cycle which usually long 22-36 days. This is what the following calculator uses in order to tell you when you ovulate. You just need to enter this information and click the button to see the suggestion for you next date. The page will refresh automatically and your result will be shown.

This is simply another version of our ovulation calculator . Its interface is slightly different and it may be easier for use to some of you. The calculation this calculator makes is the same as the first one, so you can use both of them.

Calculate ovulation with the ovulation predictor

This calculator will show you the most fertile period for you, which will be calculated according to the last day of your menstruation.

Please select the first day of your last menstrual period:

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Usual number of days in your cycle:

To read more about ovulation – what exactly it is, symptoms and much more, you can visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ovulation

Drop your comments below is you have any. It would be cool to share some feedback about this calculator and its accuracy. If you have any ideas about how we can improve it, they would be worth sharing, too. Thanks!

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