Ovulation calculator

Please select the first day of your last menstrual period then ovulation calculator will tell you the ovulation day:

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Usual number of days in your cycle:

Free Ovulation Calculator by ZhongBa Hospital

Normally the menstrual cycle of females is of 28 days. The 14th day from the first day of menstruation more or less is said to be the ovulation day for females. Ovulation is a process in which female ovary lays eggs. These eggs travel to uterus through fallopian tubes. These eggs take part in fertilization. So the 14th day is said to be the most fertilized day for women to get pregnant. Gynecologist suggests females to have regular intercourse for 5 days during this period. Male healthy sperm can live up to 3 to 5 days in the uterus.

Ovulation CalculatorZhongBa Hospital in Lahore is a Chinese medical hospital. They had a well-developed gynecology department in the hospital. The use latest technologies and equipment to treat patients. With these facilities they are also providing the facility of free ovulation calculator for their patients. From this calculator females can predict their ovulation day. This calculator helps all those females who want to check their best fertility day.

The ovulation calculator is very easy to use. You just need to select month, date and year of the first day of your last menstrual period and you also need to select your period cycle from a drop down list. Then you need to click on “calculate” button to see the result. It will show you the best ovulation date in the result. So you can have sex around these days regularly.

Our calculator is best. It shows very good results. A lot of females use this calculator to find their day. They are really appreciating this calculator. You can also use this calculator. It will surely help you. If you will find any difficulty then you can ask us freely. You can even live chat with our online medical expert to get more knowledge about this.

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