Ovulation Calculator 3 Months Luteal Phase

Donna asks…

had unprotected sex 2 days after ovulation but no ejaculation..can i be pregnant?

i noticed that my discharges last November 16 was sticky like egg white, i had also breast tenderness and i assumed im ovulating by that time. and my BF and i had sex on Nov.19 but he was sure he did not ejaculated on me because he pulled immediately. on the other hand, my ovulation calculator says that i should be ovulating on the 18th because i usually have a longer menstrual cycle of about 37 days.but then during this time im not experiencing sticky discharges like what i have noticed last nov.16. im worried i might get pregnant…could i be?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

You may be. EW CM generally signifies ovulation will be soon. EW CM for me starts about a week prior to ovulation, so its possible you’re miscalculating unless you know exactly how long your luteal phase is. That being said, at this point it is much too soon to tell.

You had sex today? Or do you have the months mixed up? Regardless, you could be pregnant. The precum that leaks from a man when he’s aroused is biologically functioning- it evolved to clear out the urethra of urine residue, because urine is acidic and would kill sperm. Precum leaks out cleaning the tube preparing for ejaculation. Problem is, depending on when the last time you had sex, or he masturbated, its possible there are still sperm alive in there. The precum will ‘wash them out’ inside of you, regardless of whether or not he ejaculates.

If you’re not TTC use a condom, or birth control.

You could be pregnant. Give it 2-3 weeks and if you have not had a period you will need to take a hpt. I hope for your sake you’re not, and you learn to be careful next time.

Susan asks…

Did I miss it or hit it dead on?(TMI is included..don’t read if squimish)?

I know this is probably a repeat question but I have to ask. We are TTC#2. I have been trying to track my ovulation but I am confused about the time frame.

FDOL Period was Oct. 9th. Lasted 3 days. (it was 7 days early and unusually heavy for me).

I did a quick ovulation calculator online and it said Ovulation would be between the 18th and the 23rd..So we got busy on the 18th-21st..thinking we would try again on the 23rd to give a few days rest to rebuild his army supply. (on the 23rd I got him to retrieve a mucus sample from my cervix to see the color, showed ovulation was near)

Being the impatient one that I am I started doing more ovulation calculators online and each one I did gave a different answer. Being frustrated over my lack of common sense, I decided to go to the store and buy and Answer Ovulation Kit (something scientific as opposed to guesstimations) I have been using it for 4 days now and still no sign of ovulation.

Do you think that I had the timeframe correct the first time and we nailed the dates perfect…or am I being too impatient again and need to wait for ovulation if it hasn’t already occured…

I don’t know what to do at this point..I am so anxious thinking that we might have finally got it right! But at the same time I am thinking I screwed it up again!

Any help would be grateful! *******Baby dust to all********
We did actually do the baby dance the 18th-21st. Which by the first calculation would have been dead on target. But was it right? When was ovulation supposed to happen?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

I’m sure you’ve already ovulated this month, especially with you noting that fertile Cervical Mucus on the 23rd. Usually, something to note is the day after ovulation you will be drastically dryer ‘down there’ as Progesterone kicks in once an egg has been released. You seem as though you’ve targetted a great range of days for the month, now you’re in the 2-week wait like me! That ovulation test you took would have been looking out for the Lutenising Hormone which was probably released between the 20th-23rd, which is why you’re seeing negatives now.

Online ovulation calenders are really not much good for a lot of us, including me as I sometimes have a late ovulation or longer cycle here and there. They can only provide you estimates based on averages when we don’t all have the generic “28 day cycle” and “14 day Luteal Phase” most use to figure out ovulation dates. If you do have to try again, I would start using OPKs earlier in your cycle and go by these as opposed to the online prediction. Of course, I’m hoping you’ll get lucky this month just like I’m hoping to do! :)

Stay positive xx

Jenny asks…

Is it still possible to get pregnant or not….. Thanks for reading!!?

Cycle Begins: Thursday, February 18, 2010

Somewhat Fertile: Wednesday, March 03, 2010
Fertile: Thursday, March 04, 2010
Very Fertile: Friday, March 05, 2010
Ovulation: Saturday, March 06, 2010

My question is if i have sex this coming saturday which would be feb 27 It is still possible that I could get pregnant
i have a 31 day cycle

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Sounds like you are using an online calculator….those only work as estimates, and only if you know what your luteal phase is…mine changed every month!!! I think using an ovulation predictor kit…I used the one with 20 strips….is better, especially when used with charting of temp and cervical mucus…I conceived on day 6, 9, and 33…with a “28 day cycle”…so it definitely can vary…All of that said…it is very possible you could conceive on Saturday….That is day 10…and days 12-16 are usually the highest fertility…and sperm can live for 3 days…Best of luck!!

Sandy asks…

Ovulation when???

When do you usually ovulate, I thought it was usually around 14 days after your period, I used the online calculator for ovulation and did what it says but I have read on here that white discharge indicates ovulation and I have that now 3 days after it says I would be ovulating and my husband and I “tried” everyday during the ovualtion dates which were 19-24 feb. Should we start trying again due to the discharge. We have an 11 month old son and would love the blessing of another child to our family????

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Ladies with 28 day cycles ovulate around 14 th day …but thats not true for everybody …. To know best when you are ovulating, the cervical mucus should be stretchy and clear like egg white… I think the white discharge comes right after the ovulation is done in the luteal phase … Around this time the stretchiness of the mucus is gone …baby dust on you :)

Lisa asks…

I have odd cycles and am trying to get pregnant?

Ok so my body is extremely weird and I NEVER know when I am going to ovulate or have my period. Usually my cycles are somewhere between 2 and 3 months, so anywhere from 60 – 90 days, but it’s never ever the same. This last one I had was 74 days. The one before that was 97. I’ve been to the doctor and he says this is normal for my body. I REALLY want to get pregnant again before my daughter and her sibling are really far apart in age. As of right now if I get pregnant, they will be almost 4 years apart, so the sooner I get pregnant the better. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

You should try charting your basal body temperatures and your cervical mucus. Ovulation calculators can be misleading and will predict ovulation after its already happened because they base their predictions off of a normal 28 day cycle which most women don’t have. I would have to say 97 days sounds nothing like 28 days. Noticing when you have fertile quality cervical mucus is going to be your best bet. Its clear stretchy and very white sort of like raw egg whites and occurs about 1 to 2 days before ovulation. When you notice a lot of ewcm you should bed for about 3 to 5 days. Also charting your BBT will help you determine how long you luteal phase and give you an estimate as to when you may ovulate. Fertilityfriend.com and babyhopes.com are great websites that help with charting you should check them out. Good Luck & Baby Dust

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