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8 Things to Know About Ovulation Calendars

An ovulation calendar will shed some understanding on what goes on inside the female body. For instance, if you are trying to conceive, following your ovulation cycle will tell you when you can expect your ovulation date, and when your most fertile days should be for conceiving.

Typically, ovulation occurs when a mature egg is released from the ovary, travels along the fallopian tube, and enters the uterus for fertilization.

Here are eight things to keep in mind when you’re trying to get pregnant using an ovulation calendar…

1. Monthly Cycle Length

On average the female cycle last roughly 28 days. However, to be more precise, measure your monthly cycle from the first day of your menstrual period until the first day of what will be your next period.

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