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March 21st, 2005, 10:53 AM
darlajortega's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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this is my cd 8 , so when will i ovulate ?
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March 21st, 2005, 10:57 AM
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How long are your cycles?? Normally it's 14 days after you have AF but it's never a guarantee. Some people don't ovulate exactly at that time.

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March 21st, 2005, 12:56 PM
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Depends on what your luteal phase is. The luteal phase is the time between when you ovulate and your next period. Most women have a luteal phase of 12-14 days. If your cycles are regular, then you can usually calculate when you are going to ovulate by counting backwards (the # of days of your luteal phase) from when you should get your next period.

For instance.... I have a 12 day luteal phase. My periods have been about 25 days lately. I expect my next visit from AF on March 29th. So counting back 12 days from March 29th and I should have ovulated around March 17th!

The amount of time between your period and when you ovulate can change.... but the amount of time between when you ovulate and your next cycle (Your luteal phase) remains the same. Usually.

You will have to try and figure out what your luteal phase is... either by an ovulation kit that tells you when you ovulate or pay attention to your CM and see how long after your CM ends that you get AF. Some of the girls might be able to help you figure it out with charting as well, but I don't know much about charting.

Hope that helps.
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