Reliable Ways Of Estimating Your Conception Date


When it comes to calculating the actual time of conception, it’s never an easy thing for most women. Even though a woman experiences a regular 28-day cycle, it’s never easy to point out the exact date they conceived. Trying to calculate and narrow down to a possible date involve a lot of estimation. However, there are methods and tricks you can use and narrow down to a specific date with precision. It’s important to know the many factors that influence the accuracy of a conception date. You need to consider whether your cycle is regular, the length of the period and the timing of the ovulation and the day you had intercourse.

Naturally, a woman will become pregnant, but only after ovulation has occurred. Many women will conceive on the day of ovulation. If you can point out the day of ovulation, it’s easy to narrow down to the day you conceived. Additionally, you can identify the day according to the length of your menstrual cycle. After ovulation, the phase tends to be consistent despite the overall length. Many women will get the next period after 12 to 14 days. Here, you need to consider your usual menstrual cycle length. You need to confirm the first day of your last period and count to the day you were looking forward to the next period but got pregnant. If you count 14 days backward, you will arrive at the most likely date of ovulation and conception. If you have a regular 28-day cycle, your conception date at  is likely to have fallen on day 14.

If you are having a difficult time keeping track of your cycle length with your basal body temperature chart, you can use reliable online conception calculators if your cycle is usually between 24 and 38 days. However, you will need to know the average length of your cycle and the first day of your last period. Remember, online calculators will give an estimate but they can they can miss the exact day by one or two days. Know more about pregnancy at

Ultrasound procedures are used to identify the date of conception at The best time to use an ultrasound is between the 8th week and the 20th. The ultrasound method will point out the gestational age and the fetal age which is the actual age of the child since conception; it’s easy to know the date of conception if you subtract two weeks from the gestational age to find out the actual age of the fetus since conception.


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