Ovulation Calendar Charting Your Way to Conception
The two methods of calculating your pregnancy are the American System and the Ovulation System. Today we are going to discuss the Ovulation Calendar. It seems that this system is used more frequently with more accuracy. The fact of the accuracy and of course the method is so easy to do it is no wonder that many people prefer the Ovulation Calendar.
The Ovulation Calendar is of course up to you to keep track in order to get a more perfect result. I am going to give you an example that I am sure will be very useful for you.
- 10/01/06 First day of your cycle
- 10/12/06 A little bit fertile
- 10/13/06 Fertile
- 10/14/06 VERY fertile
- 10/15/06 Time to ovulate
- * A home pregnancy test may work now
- 10/29/06 End of cycle
- 11/01/06 No period? Maybe you’re pregnant?
- 7/08/07 If you are, this is your approximate due date
This is a very good example to use when you start your Ovulation Calendar. You may not be pregnant about 15 to 25 per cent of most women have a chance to get pregnant during their first cycle. About 50% of couples conceive during the first three months. The first six months about 75% of couples conceive. The first year about 90% of couples conceive giving birth to their beautiful baby.
The Ovulation Calendar is very important to couples and that is why I am going to present a version of the second month for your benefit. The average couple who has sex once per day provides the best chance of getting pregnant. When your partner ejaculates remain on your back with your hips elevated for 20-30 minutes this will optimize your chances of getting pregnant. Another good suggestion for you and your partner to remember is that the woman on top position is not great for pregnancy since ejaculate may flow out.
- 10/29/06 First day of your cycle
- 11/09/06 A little bit fertile
- 11/10/06 Fertile
- 11/11/06 VERY fertile
- 11/12/06 Time to ovulate
- 11/26/06 End of cycle
- 11/29/06 No period? Maybe you’re pregnant?
- 08/05/07 If you are, this is your approximate due date
You deserve to know how soon you have become pregnant. There are several tests on the market that can do just that. The EPT early pregnancy test is better than others on the market. EPT is a home pregnancy test that can tell you a lot sooner than ordinary pregnancy tests on the market today. When using the Ovulation Calendar let us suggest that you keep on hand the EPT early pregnancy test so you can test yourself at the proper times. We had suggested that about 50% of couples conceive within the first three months. In order to help you maintain your Ovulation Calendar we will continue with the third month for your benefit.
- 11/26/06 First day of your cycle
- 12/07/06 A little bit fertile
- 12/08/06 Fertile
- 12/09/06 VERY fertile
- 12/10/06 Time to ovulate
- 12/24/06 End of cycle
- 12/27/06 No period? Maybe you’re pregnant?
- 09/02/07 If you are, this is your approximate due date
When calculating your pregnancy and you discovered that you are now pregnant. The Ovulation System has it’s own way of calculating the due date. Conception is considered week 0, week 2 is positive pregnancy test should be taken, weeks 10-11 ends the first trimester, while week 24 ends the second trimester leaving week 38 your due date. The Ovulation Calendar is very important in calculating when you ovulate to know when you have conceived. The Ovulation Calendar is also good to keep after you know your pregnant in order to chart your due date. One of the most
An important thing in life is creation of new life. That is why a woman should be able to calculate when her baby will be born, when she should be ready to go to hospital for delivery, and most of all know what is going on inside her.