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Your very own ovulation calculator.

Your-Very-Own-Ovulation-Calculator

Marking menstruating days on a calendar is but the first step of a fun and important skill that isn’t taught in schools: “mummy maths”!
Before using this calculator to calculate ovulation days, you need to know:

  • the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP date),
  • your cycle length (e.g. 28 days), and
  • the length of your luteal phase.

The luteal phase is counted after ovulation up to either pregnancy, or the breakdown of the corpus luteum. The typical length for a luteal phase is 10–16 days, though most commonly it lasts for around 14 days

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