How to get Pregnant if you’re Ovulation is late
Many women who are trying to get pregnant wonder if they can still get pregnant if they ovulate late. Most women are on a 28 day cycle. This means that they will start their period on day 1, and then around day 14, they will ovulate.
However, this is just an estimation, and not every woman will ovulate on the same day each month. Many women rely on checking their cervical mucus to figure out when they are ovulating, and that is a great method, but if you ovulate late you might not notice a change in your mucus and therefore not realize when you are ovulating.
Basal body temperature charting is also a good way to keep track of when you are ovulating, but just like with cervical mucus, you might not notice the spike in your temperature until it is too late.
Buying an over the counter ovulation predictor kit is a great way to keep track of your ovulation even if it comes late. When you use an ovulation predictor kit, you take a test every day, and the test will give you a positive result when your LH surge is close.
This way, even if you ovulate late, you will be able to know when your fertile days are. Ovulation predictor kits are a great way to track your fertility if you don’t think that your ovulation cycles are regular.
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