Go to www.BuyPregnancyWheels.com and order a pregnancy wheel. This is what they use in doctor's offices to calculate your due date. This wheel shows conception and a LOT of other stuff too! You can go to www.fortunebaby.com and use their due date calculator. You put in the first day of your last period and then it can track what day you conceived, when you can take a pregnancy test, the day your baby's heartbeat can first be heard and more!! They also have a Chinese gender prediction test that can predict what the sex of the baby will be (it's not 100% accurate, but it predicted my baby's gender correctly)! Check it out, it's an awesome website!! I'm sorry to say, you can't tell what day you got pregnant, you can only narrow it down to about a two week period, and even that is not always reliable. Most women get pregant 10 to 15 days after their last period, but it is possible to get pregnant at any time, even while you are on your period, so good luck. Your OB/GYN will probably use a pregnancy wheel to determine your dates as to your last period, and on many wheels used today it can tell you what day you likely conceived. It's most reliable if you have a 28 day cycle and a 14 day luteal phase. Yes, you can! It is a matter of tracking your cycles. Along with tracking your waking temp. and your cervical mucus each day, you write down your sexual activity. Based on temp, cervical fluid consistency (like an egg white, usually)and the last time you had sex you can narrow it down to a matter 2-5 days. if you would like to know more about tracking. I suggest "Taking Charge of Your Fertility" by Toni Weschler. Yes you can estimate the day you conceived. Women ovulate between 12-18 days after the first day of their last menstrual period.
Click on this link below and follow the table which will give you the day you conceived.
http://www.genetree.com/about/conception-calculator.aspROFL people really need to double check what they say. You can't click on this link, just copy and paste it AND that link has NOTHING to do with finding out the day you conceived!
Like the other women have said, you can get pretty darn close to the exact day of conception. Usually conception will occur about 24-48 hours after ovulation followed by implantation which will be between 7 and 11 days later. At this time your body knows it is pregnant and will start producing the pregnancy hormone that is detected by the pregnancy tests.
However to further complicate things the doctors all use that "fancy" wheel to determine how far along you are. But this only measures the time from which you last period started not the date you conceived.
If you need help tracking your cycles i like the www.fertilityfriend.com web site.
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