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Ovulation Calendar

Use this tool for a guide that will help you track ovulation. For women that have a 28 to 32 day cycle, your ovulation may be between days 11 thru 21. This is only an average of the days ovulation could take place, every female is different. If you have a 27-28 day cycle ovulation, you will most likely ovulate in the earlier part of the window; longer cycles will often ovulate later in the fertility window.
Dates in Red Below = Possible time of ovulation.
*First day of last Menstrual Period:
(first day of bleeding)

Average Length of Cycles:
(From first day of your period to the first day of your next period.)

(22 to 44; default = 28)

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