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284738 tn?1283110419

when would you ovulate if you have a 32 day cycle?

my sister in law is trying for baby #2 and she asked me when she would ovulate if she was having 32 day cycles.. i told her cd13-17 is that right??  she said she bd on cycle day 9 and just last night cycle day 18 ... she wants to know if she has a good chance of getting pregnant..  I'm not all too sure... i was never really good at figured out when i ovulated let alone someone else.. so can some of you ladies who know about ovulation help me out?? I'd really appreciate it .. :)
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358971 tn?1330892575
One common misconception is that women Ovulate exactly 14 days backwards from their period, which means that if you start on CD 32, you count 14 days back from that to determine when you O'd. Its kinda an after-the-fact type thing. With OPK's you are more likely to ensure exactly when you ovulated. For example, I have anywhere from a 29 to a 32 day cycle but according to saliva tests (instead of blood tests) I have 2 ovulation cycles. ONe on CD 8 and One on CD 17 and I have a 19 day luetal day phase on average (luetal phase is the time from O to AF).

I recommend Opks for enhanced opportunities...
284738 tn?1283110419
i typed it into a ovulation calulator and its says her ovulation day should be today  so if she bds tonight is it too late???  i know every womens cycle is different but based on the calculator it says she should be fertile the 18th -23rd... so that means she can get pregnant any time in between those days or not?
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