I've been off of birth control for a little while and trying to concieve! All of my periods come on the 18th of every month since august. What days am I most likely to conceive? I've tried ovulation calendars and they don't work. How many days after my period do I ovulate? How many days do my boyfriend and I have to "get down" lol before time is up for the month? Please reply asap!
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replied November 6th, 2004
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Err can't help you there 'cuz I dont know much about ovulation, but I mean.. No girl actually knows the actual day she ovulates.
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replied November 6th, 2004
You are most likely to conceive 12-16 days from the start of your period. Remember you only ovulate for 24 hours, I would recommend doing the deed everyother day or so. I haven't had any luck yet either. I came off of bcp in august, was normal in sept, nothing in october, and just finishing now. I'm hoping this is the month. I am considering buying an opk to help. Some say they are very helpful. Good luck.
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replied November 8th, 2004
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Yep... You should ovulate 14 days after your period!!! It is recomended to do it Embarassed every other day... Sperm count stays high that way. I was on the pill for a month when my boyfriend and I decided to have a baby. This is my first month off the pill and my period is due on the 16th. Waiting to find out if I am or not is killing me!!!! By the way...How old are ya?? Good luck with everything sweetie, and keep us posted!!! :d
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