Webmd Ovulation Calculator

Sharon asks…

Im confused. Website said to get ovulation day count backwards 14 days from last day of period? Help?

I got my period on Jan 31st and it ended Feb 3rd. If I count backwards 14 days from the last day of my cycle then my ovulation day (main day) would be 21st. Now would that be the 21st of Jan AND Feb and so on? So today I am ovulating?
Was on Babyzone. Also, I had cramps yesterday and day before and today I have cm. White and alot but not stretchy. Kinda feels like I just got my period but then I check and its just cm. So ovulating, pms’ing or pregnant?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

If you go to WebMd in the pregnancy section, there is an ovulation calculator that will be more accurate than the one you used. You actually input the start and stop date of your last 3 periods, and it also asks you on an average how many days apart your periods are. It uses that information to let you know the days when you are fertile. It tells you the first day that you could get pregnant, when the peak (or most likely day/most fertile day) to get pregnant, and when the last day of fertility is. Check it out.

Lizzie asks…

Frustrated!!!!!!! help with ovulation?

I just asked about possibly being pregnant and speak of the devil!! I just started my… I knew i didnt want to get my hopes up. now can you please tell me how long after your period do you ovulate? I am desperatly trying to get pregnant. any help much appreciated.

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Well Every woman is different. The average is 14 days from the start of your period. Using your calendar mark when you start your period. Count out 14 days and that is when you “should” ovulate. To take out any guess work you can buy noe of those home ovulation test kits. I’ve been told they are quite accurate. I have never used one myself. You can also use web sites like webmd.com and my monthly cycles that offer ovulation calculators. Good luck!

Mandy asks…

What would this menstruation calender look like with a four day period?

This calendar shows a Seven day period, but mine is only four. Is there calendar like this for Four day periods?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Use the following calculator by inserting your cycle info:

http://www.webmd.com/baby/healthtool-ovulation-calculator

It will tell you your fertile period.

Nancy asks…

My husband and I are trying to have a baby and i have period like cramps?

My husband and I are trying to have a baby and i have period like cramps and it is no where near time for my period ?what are they

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

It could very well be that you got pregnant, in which case it would be implantation cramping, or it could be that you are ovulating, which sometimes causes cramps as well. Take the first day of your last period, and count 10-12 days to figure out ovulation time, and add 6-12 days if you have already ovulated. If you want to keep track of your ovulation time, i would suggest the webmd ovulation calculator. It will tell you when you are likely to ovulate using the last 3 periods you’ve had as an example, and will tell you when you’ll ovulate for the next 3 months, and when to expect your next period/take a pregnancy test. Good luck!

Sandra asks…

How do I find out when I’m Ovulating?

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Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Try using Webmd.com. They have a really good ovulation calculator.

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