It can be helpful for women to know when they are likely to ovulate. As a way of building body awareness or as a tool to help boost their chances of conceiving, becoming ovulation aware is a good skill. After all, over the course of a woman’s reproductive lifetime, ovulation can occur as many as 460 times, so there are plenty of opportunity to practice.
Predicting ovulation can also be used to avoid conception, but bear in mind even women who are highly tuned into their body’s cycles can miss the signs that they are about to ovulate. Far from being exact, ovulation prediction weighs up the odds and at best provides a reasonably accurate idea. This is why most ovulation predictors come with a covering disclaimer – there are no guarantees. Most are described as a “best guess”, harmless means of boosting the odds of falling pregnant.
Our easy-to-use Ovulation Calculator below will help you predict your prime time for conceiving a baby. Learn about the different phases of your ovulation cycle, how your temperature can alert you to ovulation and many other interesting and useful facts and figures. The calculator is a great tool – especially when used while watching for your signs of ovulation.
Please enter the relevant dates below and click calculate.