About Ovulating

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Liz - November 29

Hi Everyone, I am confused on the issue of when I ovulate. I get my periods on the 1st of each month but last month I got it on the 3rd. Every so often my period will be a few days late but most of the time it is on the 1st. My husband and I had s_x on the 18th and I am trying to figure out when I ovulate. Does the ovulation day change if your period is late or is it the same every month no matter what? also if I have a 30 day cycle what day do I ovulate on? Thank you all so very much for your time and help. May God bless all of you in each of your situations.

 

Leah - November 29

Hi Liz! I've been doing my fair research of ovulation, it can be a confusing occurence. But you may want to rely more on your cervical mucus than what day your technically suppose to ovulate. For instance, I got on a fertility site that is suppose to calculate when I should ovulate and I am a 32 day cycle so it marked me as ovulating on days 19 and 20 instead of day 14 like most cycles. But now today, day 15 I have ovulated, because I checked my cervical mucus, and it is a very clear indication of ovulation, stringy like egg whites and clear. Just to give you an idea just count from the first day of your period up to 14 and that should be around the time you ovulate. But also do some research on cervical mucus, I found a great article that showed pictures and gave me a step by step idea of what to expect through out my cycle, I'll try to find it for you! Leah

 

Liz - November 29

Thank you Leah, may God bless you and all your loved ones, I appreciate all your help, thanks again.

 

Leah - December 1

Hi Liz, Sorry it's taken so long for me to get back to ya! But here's that web site I was telling you about, it gives a good description of Cervical mucus!!! www.fertilityuk.org/nfps401.html Good Luck!

 

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