fertility tools

Fertility Tools

Calculate and create calendars for your most important fertility data and information. Get your due date, find your fertile days. You can calculate your due date, how far you are along in your pregnancy, calculate your most fertile days, calculate when you can take a pregnancy test, calculate in which pregnancy month, week and trimester you are.


The OPK Ovulation Predictor Calculator calculates when to start testing for the LH surge as well as your expected date of ovulation based on the first day of your last period and your cycle length.


The OPK Ovulation Predictor Calculator calculates when to start testing for the LH surge as well as your expected date of ovulation based on the first day of your last period and your cycle length.You can create your ovulation prediction kit (OPK) test calendar and schedule for your current and next menstrual cycle.


The luteal phase is the part of the menstrual cycle which begins immediately after ovulation. Your menstrual cycle begins on the first day of your menstrual period, cycle day one, the first day when you start bleeding. The menstrual cycle ends the day before your next menstrual bleeding begins. In most women the menstrual cycle lasts between 21 and 35 days.


The menstrual cycle is divided into two phases:


One of the most frequently asked questions we get at BabyMed is: "When should I see the infertility specialist"? After 6 months of trying? 12 months? When I have irregular periods?

We usually suggest you see your general Ob Gyn for a Periconception visit as soon as you start TTC. But when should you see the infertility specialist, the Reproductive Endocrinologist (RE)?