This is one reliable way to calculate ovulation, but it might take some getting used to.Another way is by taking your basal body temperature daily. You have to take your temperature every day, sometimes even for a couple of months before you notice a difference.
It is a good alternative way to determine your ovulation though, if your periods are irregular.
You can also get a ovulation prediction kit over the counter at any drugstore for a good price, and you can use it to track your ovulation as well.
Today we are going to give you some tips on how to calculate ovulation for irregular menstrual periods.
First of all, you should try to chart your cycles on the calendar for a few months to see if you notice any patterns at all in the way that your cycles line up.
In a few seconds your EDD would flash on your computer screen.