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  • If you have the "typical" cycle of 28 days, you would ovulate on day 14 (in your case, June 14th). The day you GET your period is considered day 1. Keep in mind that spotting is not considered "your period," so if you spot for a day or two, then experience actual "flow," you'd want to consider that day (the first day you see "real blood") as the first day of your period. www.cyclespage is an AWESOME site for tracking your cycle. You enter the date you start your period each month, and it calculates when you will ovulate. It will even send you an email a few days prior to starting your period, or prior to ovulation.
  • No one can tell you an exact time without personalized tests; however, you should ovulate around the 14th.
  • No one can tell you an exact time without personalized tests; however, you should ovulate around the 14th.
  • on 15th june
  • Most woman ovulate 12 - 15 days after the first day of her cycle. You can purchase an ovulation kit that may help out. Check out our Moms and Moms to be chat forum. TTC, Pregnancy, adoption and lots of other topics. www.mommy-talk.com

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