Women are most fertile five days before their expected ovulation day according to an article written by WebMD. In most cases, a woman’s ovulation day will occur 10-14 days after the start day of her menstrual cycle.
Due to the fact that spèrm can remain dormant in the female reproductive system for up to five days, it is possible for a pregnancy to result from sexual activity on the day of ovulation or any of the five days prior.
On average, ovulation occurs 14 days into a woman’s 28-day menstrual cycle. The time of conception might have been estimated to have occurred on either day 9 or day 14. Because your menstrual cycle is unique and ovulation can occur at any time, it is crucial that you use birth control appropriately and consistently if you do not want to become pregnant. It is best for women to try to conceive during the ovulation phase of their reproductive cycle.