Our ovulation calculator uses the information you provide to work out your most fertile days in the coming months, all you need to do is enter the first day of your period and the average length of your menstrual cycle. Estimated figures are fine but won’t give you’re the most dependable results, so try to be as accurate as possible.
Working out the best time to conceive
How to interpret your results?
The days highlighted show your most fertile days, so this is the best time to get pregnant. For lots of couples trying to conceive they become focused on the results and then sex can begin to feel like a chore, it's important to remain relaxed and keep everything as stress-free as possible.
To optimise your chances it's a good idea to have sex every day for the 3 days before you expect to ovulate and on the day you ovulate. Also you should have regular sex throughout your cycle to help keep the sperm quality high, read our blog here to find out a number of ways to help improve the quality of sperm naturally.
If you've been trying to conceive for over 12 months and not had any success then please do get in touch with us, we offer a range of tests to help understand your fertility health.
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