Do you know your days of ovulation?
Use our free ovulation calendar below as a guide to help you track your ovulation. Some people also refer to this as an ovulation calculator.
When are you most fertile?
Our calculator can help you discover the most fertile days of your menstrual cycle or your “Estimated Fertility Window” based on information you provide.
Find out a date for your next period and when you could possibly receive a positive pregnancy test.
How long do you ovulate?
For women who have a 28 to 32-day menstrual cycles, ovulation can take place between days 11 through 21. Remember this is just an average of days that ovulation could take place—every woman’s cycle is different.
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Ovulation predictor tests work by allowing you to detect your monthly LH Surge – the sudden and dramatic increase in luteinizing hormone present in your urine just before you ovulate. LH is the hormone that facilitates ovulation (the release of the egg). When you detect your LH surge with an ovulation test, you know you are fertile!
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The LH (Luteinizing Hormone) which is in the urine of normal women will increase dramatically in the middle of the menstrual cycle. The LH increase triggers ovulation which is when the egg is released periodically from Normal fertile women. Who experts state that LH testing is a reliable way to detect ovulation. Ovulation will occur after 24-48 hours following a positive test.
When the strip is immersed into a urine specimen, capillary action carries the specimen to migrate along the membrane. When LH in the specimen reaches the Test Zone region of the membrane, It will form a colored line. Absence of this colored line suggests a negative result.
To serve as a procedure control, a colored line will appear at the Control Zone region, if the test has been performed properly.
The test strip detects ovulation with a high degree of certainty. It is a valuable tool in helping to achieve pregnancy since it determines the period that the egg and the sperm cells will meet in the best conditions.
Ovulation may be irregular because of circumstances, emotions and other factors in your life. You cannot presume that ovulation always occurs at the same time after menstruation. Therefore, you should test again in each menstrual cycle.
When To Begin Testing
The length of the menstrual circle is the duration from your first menstrual bleeding day to the day before the next bleeding begins. Determine the length of menstrual circle before test. Please refer to the chart below to determine when you should start testing. If your cycle is shorter than 21 days or longer than 38 days, consult a physician. If you do not know your cycle length, you may begin the test 11 days after your first period since the average cycle length is 28 days. Perform 1 test each day over a 5 days period, or until the LH surge has been detected.
Positive Pregnancy Test: When And How Early After Implantation?
When is the urine hCG test positive after implantation?
A blood pregnancy test is usually positive 3-4 days after implantation and a urine pregnancy hCG test is usually positive several days later or about 4-5 days after implantation.
You want to take a pregnancy test, but you have questions: How long do I have to wait after a missed period before I take a test? How long after implantation can I test? It can be confusing.
A positive pregnancy blood test first happens about 3-4 days after implantation bleeding and about 4-5 days before a missed period. T he early urine home positive pregnancy test (HPT) can usually detect pregnancy 6-7 days after implantation. Sometimes it can be as early as 2-3 days before the missed period. Implantation usually happens about 9 days (range 6-12 days) after ovulation, fertiliziation or about 8 days before the next period.
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How early can I take a pregnancy test?
The Implantation Calculator will calculate for you the indivual dates of implantation as well as when to take the pregnancy test.
An early pregnancy test becomes positive only after the fertilized egg has arrived inside the uterus and implanted into the uterus and then sent enough amounts of hCG, human chorionic gonadotropin, the pregnancy hormone, into your blood stream and from there into the urine.
The urine pregnancy test (home pregnancy test or HPT) checks for the presence of the pregnancy hormone hCG in the urine. hCG is made by the implanting blastocyst and first appears in the maternal blood around implantation, on average 9 days (range: 6-12 days) after ovulation. Blood hCG levels then rise rapidly to reach a peak at 7-10 weeks. They decline after that time.
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A negative HPT result 10+ days after the missed period makes a pregnancy unlikely. With the present generation of test kits, false-positive results due to interfering materials are extremely unlikely. Pregnancy tests have now reached a level of sensitivity and specificity that is unlikely to be surpassed either by better tests or alternative technology.
Positive pregnancy test results can show up any time before or after a missed period. Read below more about when the pregnancy test result first becomes positive.
The early urine ept HPT pregnancy test result is usually positive within 10-12 days after ovulation which is about 3-4 days after implantation
An early pregnancy test result checks for the presence of the pregnancy hormone hCG human chorionic gonadotropin in the urine.
HCg is detectable in the blood only after implantation. Implantation, the attachement of the fertilized egg to the uterus, happens on average 7-9 days after ovulation with a range of 6-12 days. You need to find enough hCG in the urine to get a positive pregnancy test, and with most current pregnancy test kits (sensitivity 25 milli-international units per milliliter) the pregnancy hormone hCG can be detected in the urine as early as 3-4 days after implantation (9-15 days after ovulation), though oftentimes it can take longer because the urine may be diluted or there is not enough hCG yet in the urine, or implantation happens later than extected. Our pregnancy calendar will help you calculate the due date and other important dates, and our ovulation calendar will calculate your fertile days.
Here are the expected positive positive home pregnancy tests in women who are pregnant based on a scientific study:
Expected Period (EP)
Pregnancy Test Positive?
- About one in two HPTs are expected to be positive 2-3 days before a missed period
From: Wilcox in JAMA 2001; 286:1759
Positive Blood Pregnancy test
The blood pregnancy test is usually positive within 3-4 days after implantation or about 9-10 days after fertilization and ovulation. About 5-6 days before a missed period
Positive Urine early home Pregnancy Test (HOME HPT)
The early positive urine pregnancy test will become positive about 2-3 days after the positive blood test or about the time of a missed period, and sometimes a couple of days before the missed period. About 25% of pregnant women will test positive with the early home pregnancy test about 2 days before a missed period, and about 40% the day before the missed period.
The wide variation of when the urine pregnancy test becomes positive and how early pregnancy can be detected are due to four variables which determine when the home urine pregnancy test becomes positive:
1. Timing of Implantation
A pregnancy test detects the presence of the pregnancy hormone hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) either in the blood or in the urine only after implantation. Implantation can happen as early as six days and as late as 12 days after fertilization/ovulation. At the time of implantation the placenta starts making the pregnancy hormone hCG, which then enters the blood stream. How early pregnancy can be detected depends on the pregnancy hormone hcG which can be detected in the blood about three to four days after implantation. Urine hCG can be detected about two to three days after blood hCG can first be seen. Detection of hCG depends on timing of implantation, so hCG can normally be detected in the blood between nine and 16 days after ovulation (HPT: 12-19 days after ovulation).
2. Blood hCG Level
There is a wide normal variation of hCG levels, both in the blood and the urine and this wide range changes the diagnosis of how early can pregnancy be detected. If a woman has a normal but low blood hCG levels, then it can take several more days for it to show up on a pregnancy test.
3. Urine hCG level
Urine hCG levels change over the course of the day depending on how much you drink and how diluted or concentrated the urine is. Urine pregnancy testing is best done with more concentrated urine. So how early can pregnancy be detected depends on the urine concentration and the quality of the early pregnancy test. If you drink a lot of fluid, the urine may be too diluted early on in pregnancy to achieve an hCG concentration adequate enough for a positive test.
4. Sensitivity of the Early Urine Home Pregnancy Test
Different pregnancy tests have different sensitivities and that has an impact on how early can pregnancy be detected. The lower the sensitivity, the earlier a pregnancy test becomes positive. Sensitivities are indicated in mIU/mL, the lowest amount of hCG in the urine that tests positive. A sensitivity of 20 mIU/mL requires one-half the hCG level to be positive when compared with a 40 mIU/mL sensitivity level, and it may become positive several days earlier than the pregnancy test with a higher sensitivity. Make sure you read the package of the pregnancy test to determine your pregnancy test’s sensitivity.
A positive pregnancy test occurs only after the fertilized egg has implanted into the uterus and sent enough hCG (i. e. the “pregnancy hormone”) into your blood stream. So the first positive pregnancy test does not usually happen until a couple of days prior to the next expected period. If it is truly positive then it’s highly likely that you are pregnant because false positive pregnancy tests rarely occur.
CALCULATOR: When to take the pregnancy test
After ovulation and fertilization the fertilized egg or blastocyst takes 4-5 days to travel through the Fallopian tube towards the uterus and it then usually implants inside the uterus. Implantation, when the fertilized egg the embryo implants into the endometrium, happens about 9 days after ovulation (range: 6-12 days), and it takes another 3-4 days after implantation (9-10 dpo: days after ovulation) for the blood pregnancy test to first become positive.
- Blood Pregnancy Test: If you are pregnant then the blood pregnancy test is usually positive within 3-4 days after implantation or about 9-10 days after fertilization and ovulation.
- Urine Home Pregnancy Test (HPT): The urine pregnancy test will usually not become positive in most women until a missed period or about a week after implantation. The urine test is usually positive at a missed period, but only about 25% of pregnant women will test positive with the HPT 2 days before a missed period, and about 40% the day before the missed period. On average, a pregnancy test will be positive 13-14 days after ovulation and fertilization, or about the time you expect your menstrual period.
The amount of time it takes for a pregnancy to be detected and the wide variation of time it takes for a urine pregnancy test to become positive is due to five variables:
1. Timing/Day of Ovulation : A pregnancy test depends on the day of implantation and the urine pregnancy test is usually positive 4-5 days after implantation. However, the day of ovulation is important too, as implantation can only happen if ovulation took place and the egg was fertilized. Therefore, if your day of ovulation was later than you thought, implantation and subsequently the positive pregnancy test will also be delayed. This is why it is really important to keep track of your ovulation day (OD) so you can start counting the days to implantation and eventually the positive pregnancy test.
2. Timing of Implantation: A pregnancy test detects the presence of the pregnancy hormone hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) either in the blood or in the urine. The hCG in the urine comes from the hCG in the blood after being filtered through the kidney. After ovulation, the egg gets fertilized and travels through the fallopian tube toward the uterus. This journey takes about a week on average. Implantation, the attachment of the fertilized egg to the lining of the uterus, occurs on average about a week or so after ovulation/fertilization, but it can happen as early as six days and as late as 12 days after fertilization/ovulation. At the time of implantation, the placenta starts making the pregnancy hormone hCG, which then enters the blood stream. How early a pregnancy can be detected depends on the pregnancy hormone hcG, which can be detected in the blood about three to four days after implantation. Urine hCG can be detected about two to three days after the blood hCG can first be seen. Detection of hCG depends on timing of implantation, so hCG can normally be detected in the blood between nine and 16 days after ovulation (HPT: 12-19 days after ovulation).
3. Blood hCG Level: There is a wide variation of “normal” hCG levels, both in the blood and the urine. This wide range changes the diagnosis of how early a pregnancy can be detected. If a woman has low blood hCG levels, for example, it can take several more days for it to show up on a pregnancy test. If a woman is overweight, with a high BMI, then the blood hCG levels are often lower.
4. Urine hCG Level: Urine hCG levels change over the course of the day depending on how much you drink and how diluted or concentrated the urine is. The time it takes for a pregnancy to be detected depends on the urine concentration. If you drink a lot of fluid, the urine may be too diluted early to achieve an hCG concentration adequate enough for a positive test. Urine pregnancy testing is best done with more concentrated urine.
5. Sensitivity of Urine Home Pregnancy Test: Different pregnancy tests have different sensitivities, which affects how soon a pregnancy can be detected. The lower the sensitivity, the earlier a pregnancy test becomes positive. Sensitivities are indicated in mIU/mL, the lowest amount of hCG in the urine that tests positive. A sensitivity of 20 mIU/mL requires one-half the amount of hCG to be positive as a test with a 40 mIU/mL sensitivity level; it may become positive several days earlier than the pregnancy test with a higher sensitivity. Make sure you read the package of the pregnancy test to determine your pregnancy test’s sensitivity.
Spotting and positive pregnancy test
Some bleeding early in pregnancy, maybe some drops or brown discharge, is also called ‘spotting.’ Spotting happens in 20-30% of pregnant women, usually around the time of the missed period, and most women with spotting continue and deliver a healthy baby. Implantation bleeding usually happens 5-6 days after ovulation. If your pregnancy test is positive, then implantation happened at least 4-5 days ago and it’s unlikely that the spotting represents implantation bleeding. If you have a positive HPT and you experience spotting with pain and cramping, you should contact your doctor right away. Your doctor can check the viability of your pregnancy by doing two hCG blood tests 48-72 hours apart. If the hCG levels more than double, then you have a viable pregnancy.
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