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An ovulation calendar is a fairly simple but really handy tool that allows women to form a very good picture of their fertile window. Knowing when you are fertile can increase your chances of getting pregnant quickly! Are you considering using an ovulation calendar? Here’s how it works.
An ovulation calendar is a really handy tool that can provide relatively accurate information about your ovulation dates. For women who are trying to conceive, using our ovulation calendar is one of the simplest and cheapest possible (it’s free, after all!) ways to keep track of their fertile window.
Here at Trying To Conceive, we often get emails from people who have been using our ovulation calendar and got pregnant. We’d like to share their good news with you! If you are trying to conceive, the ovulation calendarmay assist you on the road to a positive pregnancy test too!
If you are trying to conceive, you have probably heard about the importance of timing intercourse to coincide with your most fertile days. You’ve probably also read about different ways to detect ovulation, including ovulation calendars. All in all, an ovulation calendar is a pretty simple tool. So, how reliable are these ovulation calendars, and […]
Understanding your cycle and your fertile days is useful for many reasons. Understanding when you are most likely to get pregnant is key if you are trying for a baby. But being aware of the date of ovulation is not just for women who are trying to conceive – it can provide very useful information […]
Women are most likely to get pregnant when they have unprotected intercourse just before, of during their ovulation – there are no two ways about that! Sperm can survive in the female body for up to five days, but its journey to the fallopian tubes does take a while. That is why having sex during […]
Most couples need at least a few months to get pregnant, and it is not uncommon to have been trying for around a year before you conceive. But the good news is that we can do an awful lot to boost our chances of making it happen, during every single cycle! If you are not […]
In this day and age, I have no doubt that the majority of women who are trying for a baby read all about conception, pregnancy, and birth. Be it on the internet, in books, or magazines, information has never been easier to access. I am sure you have heard about using ovulation calendars and online […]
Some women have “ovulation bleedings” every month. They are not very common, but they happen. When you are trying for a baby, and are eager to be able to interpret every sign your body is sending you, it is understandable that you are curious if your mid-cycle bleeding is an ovulation bleeding or an implantation […]