Lady's Calendar FAQ

Q: What is the purpose of Lady's Calendar?

A: Lady's Calendar is a program that helps every woman monitor her health and take care of it. If you are a new user please click here to learn more about application.

Q: Is there a demo version of Lady's Calendar?

A: Yes. The demo version provides a detailed overview of Lady's Calendar and its usage.

Q: Is it safe to use Lady's Calendar?

A: Yes. Lady's Calendar contains no viruses and is not a spyware. Moreover, the product uses password protection for your personal data.

Q: Can Lady's Calendar be used by multiple women simultaneously?

A: No. Lady's Calendar is a personal program specially created for individual usage by one woman only. This approach ensures that all your data are fully protected.

Medical FAQ

Q: What is ovulation?

A: Ovulation is the release of a single, mature egg from a follicle that developed in the ovary. It usually occurs regularly, around day 14 of a 28-day menstrual cycle. Once released, the egg is capable of being fertilized for 12 to 48 hours before it begins to disintegrate. This is the most fertile period of your cycle: during ovulation your chances of conception are highest..

Q: When does ovulation occur?

A: Ovulation usually takes place 14 days after the beginning of your menstrual cycle. The time of ovulation within the menstrual cycle is determined by the luteal phase, which is usually 12 to 16 days long. You can calculate the time of ovulation within your cycle by subtracting the length of your luteal phase from the length of your cycle. For example, if your cycle is 28 days long and your luteal phase is 12 days long, the ovulation will occur on day 16 of your cycle (28-12=16). The exact time of ovulation may vary within your cycle, because ovulation can be delayed by a number of factors such as stress, illness, diet, or increased physical activity.

Q: How does ovulation determine my fertile days?

A: Your fertile period starts about 4-5 days before ovulation, and ends about 24-48 hours after it. This is because sperm can live in your body for approximately 4 to 5 days, and the egg can live for 24 to 48 hours after being released. You are most fertile on the day before and the day of ovulation. Knowing your fertile days can help you increase your chances of getting pregnant, or avoid an unwanted pregnancy.

Q: What is the luteal phase?

A: The luteal phase, also referred to as 'days past ovulation' or 'DPO', is the part of the cycle that starts at ovulation and ends the day before your next period. It usually lasts about 14 days and does not vary by more than a day in each person. The luteal phase is named after the corpus luteum (Latin: "yellow body"), a structure that grows on the surface of the ovary where a mature egg was released at ovulation. The corpus luteum produces progesterone in preparing the body for pregnancy.

Q: How do I determine the length of my luteal phase?

A: The only way to determine the exact length of your luteal phase is through hormone-specific blood tests.

Q:What if I don't know the length of my luteal phase?

A: If you are not sure about the length of your luteal phase, you can assume it is 14 days (the average length for most women).

Ordering FAQ

Q: Is it secure to order online?

A: Yes, it is 100% secure. I use a major credit card and order fulfillment center called Plimus. It handle over 50% of Internet software orders.

Q: I have purchased Lady's Calendar. What do I do next?

A: After the correctness of your order data is verified, Plimus will send you an e-mail with Lady's Calendar activation key which will help you activate the program on your computer.

Q: Is technical support for Lady's Calendar free?

A: Yes, Lady's Calendar is supported on an absolutely free basis.

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