Ovulation is the release of an egg from one of the woman’s ovaries. When the egg is released, it moves to the fallopian tube where the fertilization by a sperm can occur. The purpose of an ovulation calendar is to help a woman track her most fertile days.
Timing of the ovulation varies for each woman but, typically, it occurs about two weeks before the due date, that is, during the middle of the woman’s menstrual cycle (assuming the cycle length to be 28 days).
Tracking the ovulation days through the ovulation calendar is really important if a woman is planning to get pregnant as that is the time when she is most fertile and her chances of pregnancy manifold.
Signs of Ovulation
Typically a woman may experience one or more of the following symptoms when she is ovulating:
- Breast tenderness
- Light Spotting
- Rise in basal body temperature, maximum up to 1 degree
- Clear, thin and stretchy cervical mucus, or vaginal discharge similar to a raw egg white
- Light pain or cramping
You can read more about ovulation here.
The Ovulation Calendar
Our ovulation calendar will help you track your ovulation days for getting pregnant. Just mention the first day of your last menstrual period and your cycle length.
*This tool does not generate any medical advice. It is solely for informational purpose.