Ovulation Calendar

Ovulation Calendar is a program that calculates the time of ovulation and generates your personal fertility calendar.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Ovulation

What is ovulation?
How does ovulation determine when I can get pregnant?
Can ovulation prediction help me avoid pregnancy?
Can I improve my chances of having a girl?
Can I increase my chances of having a boy?
Can I use Ovulation Calendar if my cycle is irregular?
How do I know that my cycle is irregular?

 

What is ovulation?

Ovulation is the release of a single, mature egg from a follicle that developed in the ovary. It usually occurs regularly, around day 14 of a 28-day menstrual cycle. This is the most fertile period of your cycle. For more information, see Ovulation Basics.

 

How does ovulation determine when I can get pregnant?

Knowing your time of ovulation is crucial to successful conception. Your fertile period starts about 4-5 days before ovulation, and ends about 24-48 hours after it. For more information, see Ovulation and Pregnancy.

 

Can ovulation prediction help me avoid pregnancy?

Yes. To avoid unwanted pregnancy, you should abstain from unprotected sexual intercourse during your fertile days. Your fertile period starts about 4-5 days before ovulation, and ends about 24-48 hours after it. For more information, see Ovulation and Contraception.

 

Can I improve my chances of having a girl?

Yes. To increase your chances of conceiving a girl, you should have intercourse 2-4 days before ovulation. For more information, see Ovulation and Pregnancy.

 

Can I increase my chances of having a boy?

Yes. To improve your chances of conceiving a baby boy, you should have intercourse a day before ovulation, on the day of ovulation, and a day after it. For more information, see Ovulation and Pregnancy.

 

Can I use Ovulation Calendar if my cycle is irregular?

No. If your cycle is consistently irregular, using ovulation calendars may result in misleading information about your fertility. For more information, see Irregular Menstrual Cycle.

 

How do I know that my cycle is irregular?

If your cycles are occasionally irregular, you should not worry too much. However, if your menstrual period frequently occurs more often than every 21 days or less often than every 35 days, or if a period is missed altogether, your cycle can be considered irregular. For more information, see Irregular Menstrual Cycle.







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