Ovulation Calendar Calculator is an easy to use windows program for women looking to improve their health and fitness. The program charts your ovulation cycle on a monthly calendar and an easy to follow graph. You can then use this information predict the calendar days you are most likely to be fertile so that you can achieve or avoid pregnancy.
Ovulation Calendar Calculator is a computer program for Windows
- Predicts and calculates your ovulation calendar.
- Alarm clock and Baby sleep tracker
- Calorie Counter with USDA database
- Exercise Diary
- Weight Tracking and BMI calculator
- Blood Pressure Monitor
- Calendar and Organizer
- No monthly fees !!!
- Free 30 day Trial.
Ovulation Calendar Calculator – Online Ovulation Calendar Calculator
Every woman’s ovulation cycle has many days with low probability of pregnancy, and a few good days to get pregnant and best days to conceive a boy or to conceive a girl. The program helps you discover these optimal days.
Conceive a baby:
There are bout six days during your ovulation cycle when you are most likely to get pregnant. The program will calculate these days on display them on the calendar. The calendar helps you achieve pregnancy or to avoid it.
Avoid unwanted Pregnancy:
The best way to avoid unwanted pregnancy is to avoid having unprotected sex during the days you are fertile. The program will calculate these days and display them on a calendar.
Predict pregnancy due date and baby Zodiac sign:
The program automatically predicts the day your baby will be born and your baby zodiac sig.
Choose baby gender:
The registered version allows you to choose the babyish gender by showing you when during the ovulation cycle you are most likely to conceive a boy, and when you are more likely for a girl.
Track Calories, Exercise and Weight:
Monitor your eating habits, exercise program and weight using the built in charts and graphs.
See your sleeping cycle. Make sure you wake up in light sleep and rested. The built in Alarm clock will put you to sleep to calming sounds and wake you up in the morning. Keep track of the hours you sleep.
Keep track of your blood pressure. Take action when it gets out of balance.