Ovulation

Ovulation is an important part of the menstrual cycle when an ovary releases an egg. A "normal" cycle is approximately 28 days. Use the Ovia Health Ovulation tracker to predict your body's unique cycle and track other related details. Learn about ovulation testing and what options you may have. Discover everything you need to know about ovulation and the menstrual cycle.

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