Our expert says:
Most women do not ovulate at exactly the same time every month. If everyone kept a record of all their periods over 20 years, you would find that a late ovulation or a late period probably happens in about 80% of women every few years. You are more aware of it because you are planning a pregnancy. Eggs last for three days and sperm for 24-48 hours on average, so a few days either way in terms of ovulation will not make a difference to your chances of falling pregnant.
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