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I don't chart or anything because I don't know how ..I was wondering....
If I had my last AF on Jan 27th then roughly when do you think I should have or will ovulate in this cycle.. I know no date is 100% but if you ladies who know about when a woman generally ovulates can you please give me an estimate as to when I would for this cycle?
I'm kinda having the same troubles lol.But Just my thoughts cause I dont know if Iam actually right.But you O somewhere within 10 to 14 days after you af starts i think.So if I'm guessing right them you have already O'ed this time around and if your af is normal 28 days cycle them you will be due for af again on 23rd of this month.Then beaware to watch for your O anytime from 10 to 14 days after af starts.This is the way Ive been doing it so if anyone see's that I'm wrong PLEASE tell me lol.
Its 15 days. According to WEBmd 13days a little fertile, 14 days fertile, 15 really fertile, and 16 really really fertile. I kind of followed this. You don't chart, but it gives you the average days for cycle.
The days I ovulate change. I go by temperature and fluid. Fluid is important b/c of sperm. If you have the EGF that is good. I believe they use day 15 as the standard. However some months I ovulate on 14, but most it is 16 or 17. The more your fluid stretch the better. Hope that helps. Good luck. Books on this topic are great. Charting is really interesting too, you should give it a whirl. Good luck!! Baby dust your way....
Honestly, cycles can be different for different women. If you have a normal 28 day cycle ovulation generally occurs on day 14. If your cycle is shorter or longer than that you would want to count fourteen days back from when you had your period. The second half of your cycle (the time from when you ovulate till when you get your period is usually fourteen days). If your cycle is shorter or longer, it is usually the first half that changes in length not the second half. Does that make sense?
If I were you what I would do is keep track of your cervical mucous. You can do that without actually charting your temperature. Here is an article on that. http://www.justmommies.com/articles/...charting.shtml