Planning with Pregnancy Calculators


Planning with Pregnancy Calculators can help you to know when you are most fertile or prepare yourself with your new arrival.

Understanding Ovulation

Every month your ovary releases an egg. It stays in your fallopian tubes for 12 to 24 hours. If during this time the egg is fertilized by a sperm, you will get pregnant. Around 6 days of your menstrual cycle you are the most fertile. This is the time when your ovaries release the egg. If you have intercourse during this period, your chance of getting pregnant is very high.

How to use the Ovulation Calculator?

An Ovulation Calculator helps you to plan when you are ovulating. To do the calculation correctly, you must remember your recent period dates. The first day of your current period to the first day of your next period completes one menstrual cycle. Menstrual cycle varies from 23 to 35 days. If you subtract 14 days from the last day or your current cycle, you will get the date of ovulation. However, it gives you an approximate date. If you have regular intercourse during this time, chances of getting are high.

Ovulation Calculation in Irregular Period

An Ovulation Calculator works well if you have regular periods. Some women may have irregular periods, it may vary every month. In this case, it is difficult to estimate the ovulation day. You can try urine testing or ovulation tracking. To know the correct fertile period, you must consult a gynecologist.

Other signs of ovulation

Apart from Ovulation Calculator, there are some other signs to know that you are ovulating. An increase in your basal body temperature, rise in cervical mucus which is watery and stretchy are some signs. Some women experience headache or nausea when they ovulate. You may also have lower abdominal pain, increased sex drive and tender breasts.

Calculating You Due Date

Apart from Ovulation Calculator you can also calculate your Due Date in your early stages of pregnancy. You just need to remember the first date of your last period. If you do not have a regular period, an Ultrasound scan can give you the expected delivery date.

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