Usually people say 14 days after your period has started with an actual flow, is when you ovulate. But I am not on the normal cycle like many women, so I have to track my periods to know. What you do is count 14 days back from the start of your period and that is the day you ovulated that month. Then you follow that for a few months and you will know what day you can start trying to conceive. Example (Started period on May 30th so you count 14 days back, which is the 19th of May and also your ovulation date.) Hope that helps.
Answered: Fri, 28 Jan 2011
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