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    Will be Ovulating next week , TIPS?!?
    lona222 posted:

    Hello , I am trying to conceive. I need any tips and the best day to have intercourse. My last period started the 5th and is just about finished. I checked my ovulation calendar and it says my fertile days are the 14th - 20th and I will be ovulating on the 19th. but I checked a different calendar and it says totally different days. Does anyone know when I should be about ovulating and when I should have intercourse? Please help , I'm trying to have a mini me
    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi Iona222,

    Try WebMD's ovulation calculator . This calculator helps you predict your most fertile days of the month. Menstrual periods vary from woman to woman and month to month. You can use this calculator to help determine the timing of your ovulation and peak fertility.

    More information on ovulation

    I wish you all the luck in the world with conceiving your mini me. Please keep us posted ((hugs))!

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