How does the subtraction work to figure out the day you are ovulating?

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in a regular 28 day cycle ovulation is usually 2 weeks from the first day of your last period. a good calculation site it mymonthlycycle.com

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It's different for everyone. I suggest you buy some ovulation sticks. You pee on them and they tell you when you are ovulating


On or around day 14 of your cycle. The first day of your last period being day 1.



hmmm...unless i missed something...THAT IS THE DAY YOUR MORE THAN LIKELY TO GET PREGNANT....!


if your period is regular, it is usually around the 14th day. you can buy tests at the store - in the pregnancy test aisle - that tell you whether you are ovulating or not. alternatively, if you notice you are excreting more mucus than usual, that is a good indication that you are ovulating.


AnswerIf you have a regular 28-day cycle, you should ovulate about 14 days after the first day of your period. You can tell when you are ovulating by buying some "sticks" at the pharmacy or supermarket. Basically, you urinate on them and they tell you when you are ovulating.


If you have a long cycle like 32 days you could.


If you work one day for £100 and work a ten hour day you earn £10 an hour. Basicaly divide the money you earn in a day, week, month etc into the amount of hours you work in that time period.


She can get a crude idea by keeping track of which day in her period she's at. But bodies aren't clockwork, so this method isn't particularly reliable. She can also monitor her temperature closely. More work, but better accuracy. Or she can get a test, much like the OTC preg tests that will tell her when she's ovulating.


Not necessarily. What matters is if you are ovulating. Having a 28 day cycle is a good indicator that you are ovulating regularly. You can use an ovulation prediction kit to find out the day you are ovulating and try having intercourse then. Typically if you are under 35 and not pregnant within a year or over 35 and not pregnant within 6 months you should see your doctor.


The pharmacy has ovulation tests that will tell you the best day to get pregnant. Clearblue easy also has a device found over the counter that will tell you when you are ovulating.



After ovulation an egg can survive in your body from 6 hours to 24 hours.


Depending on the day, there have been several documented incidents of human males ovulating.


you start ovulating 12 to 14 days after your first day of your period Usually 2 weeks after the first day of your last period for example.Say you got your period on the 5th you would then ovulate give or take a couple of days on the 19th



It means if you count the day you start your period as day 1, you are likely to start ovulating on days 14-16


It will help when doing addition and subtraction in day to day life, for example: 'You are walking down the street, when you see a TV that is 40% off' you will be able to work out what the new price is and if you have enough money to buy it.


the first day of your period up until 14 days later depending on the person


Very low- you usually have to be ovulating to get pregnant, which happens a week later. Although you usually have to be ovulating, you can still get pregnant now, so take precautions


on day 12 of your cycle these symptoms are probably because you are ovulating, not pregnant


Sperms can live inside a woman for up to a week so it's longer then that day.


On a 28 day cycle its usually day 14 which is your ovulation day. You will know when your ovulating because you will experience egg white vaginal discharge.


It usually feels like a small pain or cramp in one side or another. Each woman is different and it can be more or less what I describe. If it is around day 14 of your cycle it usually is ovulating that is happening.




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