How to Calculate Your Fertile Days Accurately

No Comments

How to Calculate Your Fertile Days Accurately

There are certain days within a woman’s menstrual cycle when her chances of getting pregnant are higher than others, and they are called fertile days. In fact, there are days of the cycle when getting pregnant is a virtual impossibility. It is important that you learn exactly where the fertile window falls for you in order to optimize your chances of conceiving.

 

How to calculate your fertile days

 

Fertile days differ from one woman to another, but there is a general rule that applies to everyone the world over. The rule is that the six days leading up to ovulation are your most fertile ones. And what is ovulation, you ask? To take you back to your biology classes, ovulation is the process by which a mature egg is released from the ovary in to the fallopian tube. It is in the fallopian tube where fertilization, or the fusion of the egg with the sperm, is supposed to happen. If fertilization does not occur, menstruation takes place. If it does occur, then a zygote starts developing in the womb.

fertile-calculator

 

Generally, the menstruation cycle of a woman lasts for about 28 days, although there are many exceptions. Assuming that the length of your cycle is 28 days, then ovulation occurs on the 14th day of your cycle. The first day of your cycle is the day you first menstruating, and the last day is the day right before you start menstruating. Your fertile days therefore are the six days right before you ovulate and well into your ovulation. The three days leading up to the ovulation are your most fertile ones, and you need to learn where they fall in order to improve your chances of conceiving.

 

When is your ovulation date?

 

It is of critical importance that you learn the exact day when you ovulate. Unfortunately, however, knowing exactly when you are going to ovulate is not as clear cut as the books may have you believe. This is especially true because there is often no outward manifestation of the ongoing process in your reproductive system. However, if you are keen enough, and if you pay close attention to the signs, you will be able to tell when you are ovulating. But be warned that before you reach any definite conclusion, you will have to keep a consistent record of the signs that you notice for a number of months.

 

Signs of Ovulation

 

1)  Basal Body Temperature

Your basal body temperature is the temperature of your body when you wake up. After ovulation, your basal body temperature should ideally raise by half of a degree Celsius. It is a tiny, almost imperceptible change, but if you are keen enough, you will notice it. That way, the next month you will be all set three days prior to ovulation.Mucus

2) Mucus

Your vaginal discharge can also tell you a thing or two about your ovulation period. If it starts becoming clear and slick, then you are most probably ovulating, and it is time for action.

 

Conclusion

 

Admittedly, calculating your fertile days can be a bit of a task. Luckily however, the internet is full of websites and applications designed to help you do the math correctly. Use these to your advantage, and you will have an easy time determining your fertile days.

Summary
Article Name
How to Calculate Your Fertile Days Accurately
Description
There are certain days within a woman’s menstrual cycle when her chances of getting pregnant are higher than others.
Author
Publisher Name
Fertility Drugs Online
Publisher Logo

Related Post

Using Ovidrel To Trigger Ovulation
views 5121
If you are a woman actively trying to conceive or planning to do so in the near future, having a clear understanding of how the body works can be ...
An Insight About Lupron Injection
views 342
Lupron injection is a type of synthetic gonadotropin hormone releasing that is used for treating the symptoms of uterine lining also known as endo...
What Is Suprefact Used For?
views 1490
Suprefact is a drug which has been designed to imitate the actions of natural GnRH or LGRH (gonadotropin releasing hormone). The medication is ava...
Luteinizing Hormone: The Key to Gonadal Health
views 1846
Luteinizing hormone (LH), also called lutropin, is secreted by the anterior part of the pituitary gland. It regulates the egg production and menstrual...

Leave a Reply