Ovulation Calculator & Calendar

Use this calculator to find out when you might ovulate to help find your most fertile days.


INDORAMAL.COM - A woman's fertility / ovulation calculator to quickly get a baby.


Enter the date of the previous menstruation



Enter your current menstrual date




Click to see the results of a fertile period calculator


Your menstrual cycle is
(Menstrual cycle is the time from the first day of a woman's menstruation to the day before the next menstruation)

You last ovulated on day to day from your cycle to date
(Ovulation is the release of an egg by the ovary into the fallopian tubes to be fertilized by sperm)

Your ovulation is on till date
(Ovulation or fertility refers to the most fertile days in your menstrual cycle which gives you the highest chance of getting pregnant)


Your next period starts on

The next ovulation is active on

Ovulation between dates and date
(Ovulation or fertility refers to the most fertile days in your menstrual cycle which gives you the highest chance of getting pregnant)

Your safe period is on to and to
(Safe periods are times when pregnancy is impossible)


The following table is taken from the Royal Tomb near Beijing, China. The original copy is stored at the Institute of Science of Beijing. The truth from the table above has been proven by thousands of people and is believed to be 99% correct. Chinese geneticists have researched and restated this table after being buried for a long time in the Royal Tomb for 700 years.




Explanation:
You can choose the season or month you want to get a baby boy or girl based on the table above. The wife's age is from 18 to 45 years in the top row of the table, while the left column of the table shows the MONTHLY FRAMING of the desired child. By referring to the table above you will be able to choose the time when having intercourse according to the sex of the desired child.

A brief example: If the wife is 27 years old and her baby is made in January, based on the table above the baby will be born are women. The table above is based on the month of the process of conception of the baby, not the birth of the baby.



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