It's actually about two weeks before your period that you ovulate. So depending on your cycle that could be two weeks after or a week or any other amount of time. They do sell ovulation test sticks in most stores now. That will tell you when you are ovulating and when you are the most likely to get pregnant.
it takes from 8 days to 16 days after your last period and it depends on you if you have a 28 cycles its 14 days after or if you have a 31cycles its 16 days after or if you have a 25 days cycles it 8 days...like i said it depends if you want more information on about ovulation these are good web sites www.mymonthlycycles.com and mycycles.com....best of luck Realistically a woman can conceive any time in the month, except during her period as there isn't a egg in the correct position in which to be fertilised. But a woman is most likely to conceive during her ovualtion time which is basically the most fertile time in your cycle.
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