To determine when ovulation occurs, if your cycles are regular, subtract 14 days from the length of your cycle, according to Parents.com. Ovulation typically occurs on day 14 in a 28-day cycle. For irregular cycles, you ... More »

The most fertile days of a woman's menstrual cycle are when she is ovulating, generally between days 11 and 14, though it varies between women, according to MedlinePlus. Since ovulation varies, doctors recommend that cou... More »

Fertile cervical mucus, which occurs just before ovulation, typically lasts between three and four days, according to the Mayo Clinic. Women that are trying to conceive can monitor their cervical mucus patterns to identi... More »

As the length of the menstrual cycle varies from one woman to another, it is important to know the personal length to calculate the next period, which can be ascertained by counting and recording the number of days for a... More »

A woman determines her fertile days by tracking her menstrual cycles and pinpointing when she ovulates, says the American Pregnancy Association. This can be done through different methods, including using ovulation predi... More »

According to WebMD, the chance of a healthy woman getting pregnant during the fertile period of her cycle is between 15 and 25 percent. This figure assumes that the woman is actively trying to have a child. More »

Maintaining awareness of a woman's ovulation cycle and having sex at the right time are the best ways to get pregnant faster, according to BootsWebMD. Most people under the age of 35 who are in good health and have unpro... More »