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How do I calculate my ovulation day?

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Dr. Philip Chenette
Fertility Medicine
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In brief: Day 14-15

Counting the first day of menstrual flow as day 1, most women with regular cycles ovulate on day 14-15.
Irregular cycles are much tougher to time prospectively. Best solution is to consider fertility medications to help regulate cycles, using ultrasound to time ovulation. Shorter cycles can indicate problems with ovarian reserve or with the uterus, and should be discussed with an expert.

In brief: Day 14-15

Counting the first day of menstrual flow as day 1, most women with regular cycles ovulate on day 14-15.
Irregular cycles are much tougher to time prospectively. Best solution is to consider fertility medications to help regulate cycles, using ultrasound to time ovulation. Shorter cycles can indicate problems with ovarian reserve or with the uterus, and should be discussed with an expert.
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Dr. Douglas Fronzaglia
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics

In brief: 14 days

Ovulation should occur 14 days after the start of you last menstrual period.

In brief: 14 days

Ovulation should occur 14 days after the start of you last menstrual period.
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