Ovulation happens around two weeks before the following expected period. Therefore, if your normal menstrual cycle is 28 days, you ovulate around day 14.
Keep in mind the ‘fruitful window’ is the six days paving the way to and including it.

The three days paving the way to and including ovulation are the richest. Contingent upon your cycle length the most prolific days in the cycle differs:

On the off chance that you have 28 days between periods ovulation commonly happens on day 14, and the most prolific days will be days 12, 13, and 14.

On the off chance that you have longer cycles, say 35 days between periods, it happens on day 21 and the most ripe days will be days 19, 20, and 21.

In the event that you have shorter cycles, say 21 days between periods, it will happens on day 7 and the most ripe days will be days 5, 6, and 7.

Fruitful window number cruncher for various cycle lengths

How would you know you are ovulating?

Ladies’ cycles can differ and are not generally as normal as perfect timing, so to realize that you are ovulating and on which day of your cycle you are ovulating, watch your richness signs all through your cycle and record them on a graph.

The most precise strategies for working out when ovulation is going to happen are:
Watch out for changes in your bodily fluid. Around the season of menstruation, you may see your vagina’s bodily fluid is clear, smooth and tricky, the consistency of egg white. This is the best indication of when menstruation is really happening. It is prime time for activity.

Utilize an menstrual indicator unit. You can begin testing with your menstrual indicator unit a couple days before your assessed day of menstruation. Subtract 17 days from your normal cycle length and begin testing from this day of your cycle, e.g. in the event that you have a 28 day cycle, you would begin testing from day 11. A positive outcome implies you will ovulate inside the following 24 to 36 hours.

Record your basal body temperature (BBT) every prior day getting up. An extraordinary basal body temperature thermometer will guarantee precise estimation. Your BBT ascends about a large portion of a degree Celsius after ovulation has happened. By outlining your temperature, it is anything but difficult to see when the ascent in temperature and it will happens. This can help you work out your own particular example of ovulation. In any case, in light of the fact that at that stage ovulation has as of now passed, it does not help you pinpoint the rich window however may control you for one month from now.

Utilize the its number cruncher on this site. On the off chance that you know the date of your last period, the length of your cycle and your cycle is customary, this will recognize your ‘rich window’ and anticipated ovulation date.