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Fertility Ovulation Calendar

Grab your calendar, we have some planning to do here. This is the best way to get to know when the next ovulation is going to happen. You need to know what the process entails. That is how you will know when having sex will give you a baby and when it won’t do that for you.

The fertility ovulation calendar will be the one thing that will help you with the counting of days so that you can know when to have sex for pregnancy. As a woman, you will undergo certain changes that will make it easy for you to tell.

In this article, we are going to look at everything right from day one to the end of the menstrual cycle. That is how you will know how this works. These are the chronicles of the days of the cycle of the blood moon (I love dramatic language sometimes).

Here We Go…

If you have a regular 28 day cycle, you will find that ovulation will have to be occurring regularly in the same period/timeframe. This is because if it is late, you have late menses and if it early, you have early menses. These things are co-dependent upon which one will happen when.

If you bleed regularly, be sure that the ovulation will happen pretty much the same way. Like clockwork, these things happening depend on the health of the woman and that is what is important here.

  • Day 1 of the Menstrual Cycle

This is the day that you have the first bleed of the menstrual cycle. This is the day one that you chart down as the beginning. This is what you will use to tell when the ovulation day has come. The bleeding will last anywhere between 2-7 days and that is why you hear some are different in a vast way, than others.

  • The Days Chalking Up To Ovulation Day

Now, we have this period that many like to call the Fertile Window and it all about the time that you are most likely to get pregnant when you have unprotected sex. This period will be very crucial. It is usually the six the days that lead up to the ovulation day and including that day which are termed as the fertile window.

  • The D-Day to Ovulate

When you have started the menstrual bleed, you will be essentially experiencing the body shed off the egg that wasn’t fertilized last time and the uterine walls. This is to prepare a fresh environment in case you get pregnant. The ovulation happens on the 14th day of the 28 day cycle. That is when you will most likely ovulate. Right in the middle of the menstrual cycle.

  • Sperm Life and the Egg

Sperm: Let us start with sperm in this case. We know that sperm can stay inside you for as long as five days without dying. That is the lifespan that they have. This makes them viable for a longer time than a woman’s egg.

The Egg: When the egg is released from the Ovary, you will have 48 hours to impregnate it or wait for the next time that the ovulation happens. This and the sperm are what make up the fertility window.

The Six-Day Window– If you have sex five days before the egg is released, you can be sure that the sperm will be in there waiting and when the egg drops, they will most likely meet. That is what makes up the window. The time that sperm can wait and if it will still be there when the egg drops.

I feel like I just nailed it here. You can tell now that when the fertile window is gone, so are your chances of conceiving and you will have to wait for the next time that it happens.

Fertility and Ovulation

As you have seen, the calendar tells us that these two are related. One happens depending on the outcome of the other. You are advised to find ways in which you can tell when it is happening so that you have the highest chances of making this work.

It is all about counting days and you will have a calendar that never fails.

Updated: March 13, 2018 — 5:13 pm

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