Your Most Likely Date of Ovulation is:

November 10, 2014

The following is a "best guess" overview of your approximate fertile cycle:

November 26, 2014

You told us this was the 1st day of your last period

November 7, 2014

This is the very beginning of your fertile period. Although your egg has not yet been released, it is possible that sperm could survive until your egg is released.

November 8, 2014

It is now 2 days before ovulation; it is likely that you could conceive on this date.

November 9, 2014

It is 1 day before ovulation. You are very fertile on this date.

November 10, 2014

Ovulation. Based on the 1st day of your last period, this is the date that your egg is released. You are most fertile on this date.

November 11, 2014

On the day after ovulation, conception is still very possible.

November 12, 2014

2 days after ovulation, your fertility is decreasing. The egg survives for about 24 hours, and, if not fertilized, it will disintegrate.

November 17, 2014

If your egg was successfully fertilized, this is the approximate date when it implants itself in the uterus.

November 18, 2014

A blood pregnancy test may be accurate now from this date forward.

November 20, 2014

Some early pregnancy home tests may be accurate now � but be aware of the possibility of a false negative result.

November 24, 2014

If you are NOT pregnant, this is the date you will probably get your next period.

If you ARE pregnant, you can expect accurate results from a pregnancy test.

September 2, 2015

This is your most likely due date if you became pregnant in this cycle.

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How do we determine these dates?

This ovulation date calculator uses commonly recognized "best-guess" methods to help estimate the days you are most likely to ovulate, and hence, have the best chance to conceive. However, there are several more scientific methods to help you pinpoint your actual dates of ovulation. We therefore suggest that you consult with your doctor if you need to be more precise.