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Ovulation Calculator & Fertility Period: When to try to get Pregnant?

A woman's fertility is cyclical. The fertile period is the phase of the menstrual cycle during which a couple can conceive.

How to calculate it?

How is it difference from ovulation?

Can you get pregnant outside the fertile period?

SUMMARY

Definition: What is the fertility period?

The fertile period, or fertile period, is the period of time during which the probability of conceiving a baby is optimal. This period of the menstrual cycle lasts about 6 days: the 5 days before ovulation (end of the follicular phase) and the day of ovulation itself.

It should be noted that each ovulation cycle has only a 20% chance of leading to pregnancy. Age is also an important factor in determining fertility. Up to the age of 30, a woman's fertility is maximum. Then it decreases, and this phenomenon is accentuated from the age of 35. This decrease is due to the number and the quality of the eggs which decrease.

There are also circumstances specific to each person's living conditions that can have an influence: Stress, overweight, underweight, tobacco consumption, fatigue, drugs, diseases etc. are elements that can harm optimal fertility.

Difference between Fertility and Ovulation period-

The fertile window is a longer period (several days) than ovulation (one day). During the menstrual cycle, ovulation is when an ovary releases an egg. Until then, this cell was stored in an ovarian follicle, which developed during the first phase of the cycle (follicular phase). This step is essential for reproduction: without ovulation, no pregnancy is possible.

The fertilization period precedes ovulation by 5 days. "The first part of the cycle, i.e. the follicular phase before ovulation, is variable while the second part (the luteal phase) always has the same duration - 14 days " specifies Dr. Darshan Raninga, Leadig fertility expert at Indira IVF.

How to calculate your fertile window?

To know when you are fertile, it is important to first know the length of your menstrual cycles, that is, the number of days between the first day of your period and the first day of your next period. Often the cycle lasts 28 days. “If the cycle is irregular, it is impossible to know precisely the date of ovulation by calculating “warns Dr. Raninga.

Example: In a case where the cycle lasts 30 days. Your period always comes 14 days after ovulation. It is therefore necessary to withdraw 14 days to know the day of ovulation, that is to say on day 16 (30 days - 14 days). We know that the fertility period begins 72 hours before ovulation (three days, so day 13 of the cycle). It increases until the day of ovulation (day 16) and then stops.

Symptoms of Ovulation-

Ovulation itself can cause signs:

  • Abundant, clear, stringy cervical mucus (similar to raw egg white).
  • A slight rise in temperature
  • A decrease in the pH of the vagina
  • Pain in the lower abdomen similar to periods
  • Discomfort in the chest
  • An increase in the size of the lymph nodes in the groin
  • Small bleeding
  • Bloating or even a slight weight gain linked to water retention
  • Increased libido
  • Tests sold in pharmacies make it possible to determine the moment of ovulation.

Period of fertility for a 25-day cycle-

In a 25-day cycle, ovulation takes place on the 11th day: The fertile period is therefore between the 6th day of the cycle and the 11th. This calculation is correct if the period is still 25 days.

Period of fertility for a 28-day cycle-

In a 28-day cycle, ovulation takes place on the 14th day (28 - 14): the fertile period is therefore between the 9th day of the cycle and the 14th.

When to try to get Pregnant: Can you get pregnant outside of the fertile window?

There can be no fertilization outside the fertile period. However, because it is impossible to predict with certainty when you will ovulate, this interval may begin earlier or later from cycle to cycle. Note, “Sperm can take two days to reach the egg. In fact, there is a" window "of fertility a little wider than the period of fertility," says Dr. Raninga. Thus, if you do not want a child, it is advisable to use contraception throughout the menstrual cycle.

Tips for Getting Pregnant-

  1. Make love often and at the right time
  2. Use an Ovulation test
  3. Reduce your coffee consumption
  4. Avoid alcohol
  5. Stay away from sources of stress
  6. Eat a balanced diet and aim for a healthy weight
  7. Add healthy foods to your menu- Vitamin C, D, Omega-3, Calcium & Folic acid
  8. Avoid Saunas, hot baths & tight-fitting clothes
  9. Don't let the years go by before deciding to conceive a baby

How do I calculate my ovulation date?

Getting pregnant is also a matter of good timing! So to know which days are the best for planning in order to have a baby, calculate your ovulation period using this tool.

Enter the date of your last period, the average length of your cycles and start the calculation! You will then know your fertile period for the next few months.


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Ovulation Calculator & Fertility Period: When to try to get Pregnant?

Menstrual periods vary from one woman to another and month to month. Use this Ovulation calculator tool to calculate when you may be ovulating to know about your most fertile days.

A woman's fertility is cyclical. The fertile period is the phase of the menstrual cycle during which a couple can conceive.

How to calculate it?

How is it difference from ovulation?

Can you get pregnant outside the fertile period?

SUMMARY

Definition: What is the fertility period?

The fertile period, or fertile period, is the period of time during which the probability of conceiving a baby is optimal. This period of the menstrual cycle lasts about 6 days: the 5 days before ovulation (end of the follicular phase) and the day of ovulation itself.

It should be noted that each ovulation cycle has only a 20% chance of leading to pregnancy. Age is also an important factor in determining fertility. Up to the age of 30, a woman's fertility is maximum. Then it decreases, and this phenomenon is accentuated from the age of 35. This decrease is due to the number and the quality of the eggs which decrease.

There are also circumstances specific to each person's living conditions that can have an influence: Stress, overweight, underweight, tobacco consumption, fatigue, drugs, diseases etc. are elements that can harm optimal fertility.

Difference between Fertility and Ovulation period-

The fertile window is a longer period (several days) than ovulation (one day). During the menstrual cycle, ovulation is when an ovary releases an egg. Until then, this cell was stored in an ovarian follicle, which developed during the first phase of the cycle (follicular phase). This step is essential for reproduction: without ovulation, no pregnancy is possible.

The fertilization period precedes ovulation by 5 days. "The first part of the cycle, i.e. the follicular phase before ovulation, is variable while the second part (the luteal phase) always has the same duration - 14 days " specifies Dr. Darshan Raninga, Leadig fertility expert at Indira IVF.

How to calculate your fertile window?

To know when you are fertile, it is important to first know the length of your menstrual cycles, that is, the number of days between the first day of your period and the first day of your next period. Often the cycle lasts 28 days. “If the cycle is irregular, it is impossible to know precisely the date of ovulation by calculating “warns Dr. Raninga.

Example: In a case where the cycle lasts 30 days. Your period always comes 14 days after ovulation. It is therefore necessary to withdraw 14 days to know the day of ovulation, that is to say on day 16 (30 days - 14 days). We know that the fertility period begins 72 hours before ovulation (three days, so day 13 of the cycle). It increases until the day of ovulation (day 16) and then stops.

Symptoms of Ovulation-

Ovulation itself can cause signs:

  • Abundant, clear, stringy cervical mucus (similar to raw egg white).
  • A slight rise in temperature
  • A decrease in the pH of the vagina
  • Pain in the lower abdomen similar to periods
  • Discomfort in the chest
  • An increase in the size of the lymph nodes in the groin
  • Small bleeding
  • Bloating or even a slight weight gain linked to water retention
  • Increased libido
  • Tests sold in pharmacies make it possible to determine the moment of ovulation.

Period of fertility for a 25-day cycle-

In a 25-day cycle, ovulation takes place on the 11th day: The fertile period is therefore between the 6th day of the cycle and the 11th. This calculation is correct if the period is still 25 days.

Period of fertility for a 28-day cycle-

In a 28-day cycle, ovulation takes place on the 14th day (28 - 14): the fertile period is therefore between the 9th day of the cycle and the 14th.

When to try to get Pregnant: Can you get pregnant outside of the fertile window?

There can be no fertilization outside the fertile period. However, because it is impossible to predict with certainty when you will ovulate, this interval may begin earlier or later from cycle to cycle. Note, “Sperm can take two days to reach the egg. In fact, there is a" window "of fertility a little wider than the period of fertility," says Dr. Raninga. Thus, if you do not want a child, it is advisable to use contraception throughout the menstrual cycle.

Tips for Getting Pregnant-

  1. Make love often and at the right time
  2. Use an Ovulation test
  3. Reduce your coffee consumption
  4. Avoid alcohol
  5. Stay away from sources of stress
  6. Eat a balanced diet and aim for a healthy weight
  7. Add healthy foods to your menu- Vitamin C, D, Omega-3, Calcium & Folic acid
  8. Avoid Saunas, hot baths & tight-fitting clothes
  9. Don't let the years go by before deciding to conceive a baby

How do I calculate my ovulation date?

Getting pregnant is also a matter of good timing! So to know which days are the best for planning in order to have a baby, calculate your ovulation period using this tool.

Enter the date of your last period, the average length of your cycles and start the calculation! You will then know your fertile period for the next few months.


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