I counted on the calender and it was two weeks after the first day of my last period. I also looked it up on the internet because I thought it might be implatation bleeding, but it was way to soon for that to happen
You shouldn't depend on the "medical standard" to determine ovulation as most women don't fit that mold.
If you are really trying to conceive the the single most important thing to know is when you ovulate (and by finding that out you will know what is normal for your own reproductive cycle) so that the timing can be as perfect as possible. You can determine this by temperature charting along with monitoring cervical fluid. You can also use ovulation predictor kits, monitors, etc. A woman is only fertile about 5 days (three days before, the day of and day after ovulation) every cycle. Remember that for every healthy couple with no known fertility issues can have perfect timing and still they only have approx 25% per month for conception.
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