Do you and your partner want to get pregnant? Calculate your cycle and see when your fertile period is. You can also keep track of temperature changes.
Read along and talk with women who are trying to conceive. There is a dedicated section for each group a cycles, or `rounds`. For example, if you're trying to conceive for the last year, and you had 8 cycles since then, you're in `round 8`. TTC Round 1-5 - TTC Round 6-10 - TTC Round 11-15 - TTC Round 16+
Your NMD is your Non-Menstruation-Day. It is the date on which you hope your menstruation will not come because you want to be pregnant instead. You can enter your NMD and compare it with other members.: TTC Round to round
Put this ovulation ticker on your own profile or website
On average, a woman can get pregnant during a short period, about two weeks before her next cycle starts. There is a 20-25% chance of getting pregnant per cycle, meaning that it takes the average couple about 4-5 cycles to get pregnant. Some couples have to wait a lot longer, even when they are in perfect health. If your cycle is very short or irregular see a doctor. Doctors are pretty good these days in improving your chances.
Keeping track and charting of your body temperature gives you (and your doctor) a good indication of your menstrual cycle It will show you if and when you ovulate, and it can tell you if you may be pregnant before a home pregnancy test can be done. You can keep your own basal body temperature charts (BBT-charts) on Pregnology. Look and comment on other members charts or keep your own temperature chart(s). BBT chart overview