Do you want to become pregnant? You can determine your fertile days using our
ovulation and fertility calendar. These days are in the middle of your cycle, i.e. 14 days after the first day of your last period.
Four days prior to ovulation, the day of ovulation itself as well as the following day are the fertile days. If you enter the first day of your last period and the average length of your cycle, your personal fertile days will be displayed.
Besides this, you can see on which days you are more likely to conceive a girl and on which a boy. However, genetic factors also play a role here. In some families, more boys or more girls are born ‒ irrespective of the the time of conception.
And another tip: This ovulation calendar is not a method for preventing pregnancy!
You’re pregnant? Congratulations! Now you will be curious to know when your baby will be born. To find this out you can use our due date calculator.
Based on the expanded Naegele’s rule, which even takes irregular cycle lengths into account, the most likely date of delivery is determined. However, very few babies keep to this “specified date”. 90 % of babies are born in a period spanning anything from three weeks prior to the expected delivery date through to two weeks after it.