Ovulation Calculator

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If you are trying to conceive and are looking for a reliable ovulation calculator, you need to visit the Proceive website. We are a committed establishment that has developed a free ovulation calculator that can help with tracking your menstrual cycle, assisting you in your journey of conceiving. We also have a wide range of different fertility supplements available for you to purchase, which are designed for all men and women who are trying for a baby. If you would like any more information regarding the calculator, or products we have available, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our exceptional customer service team.

If you are trying to fall pregnant to expand your family, timing is everything. It’s always best to determine the best days in the woman’s menstrual cycle to conceive, which is called the fertile window. The fertile window is the five days before ovulation to the day of ovulation, which is the process when a matured egg is released from the ovary and fertilised in the fallopian tube.

Our ovulation calculator will help to give you the best chance of getting pregnant, as it will inform you of the days when you are most likely to be fertile. It also takes into account the limited lifespan of the sperm and the egg. The egg only survives for between 12 hours and 24 hours if it is not fertilised, but it is possible for sperm to survive inside you for up to about seven days. Based on the results of the calculator, you need to make sure that you have sex during your fertile window to increase the chances of pregnancy, as most conceptions result from having sex in the two days leading up to ovulation.

To use the ovulation calculator, you just need to enter the first day of your last period and how long your cycle usually lasts - which is normally between 20 and 45 days. The calculator will then show you the best days to have sex that could lead to pregnancy. Depending on the length of your menstrual cycle, the most fertile days for intercourse vary in the cycle. For example, if your menstrual cycle is 28 days between periods, you would ovulate around day 14 of your cycle. However, if you have longer cycles, such as 35 days between periods, ovulation would occur on day 21, making your most fertile days 19, 20 and 21.

To find out some more information about the tool, which we believe is a reliable ovulation calculator, please feel free to visit the Proceive website. On the other hand, if you are looking to have a conversation with our team, you can give us a call on +353 1 2968080. Alternatively, send across an email to info@oceanhealthcare.ie and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.


Orla O'Connor