Yes, a woman can ovulate 30 days after the start of her last period.
Ovulation occurs two weeks BEFORE menstruation so if you have a very long cycle you could ovulate on the 30th day of your cycle, also ovulation can be delayed for a number of reasons. During an average 28 day cycle ovulation would occur on day 14, but say you were ill and ovulation was delayed you could ovulate on day 30 and thus menstruate around day 44. Unless using ovulation testing or FAM you can't know for sure when you ovulated, so use contraception if you don't want to get pregnant.
No as you need to ovulate to get pregnant. You count 14 days from the start of your period and thats when you ovulate. If you dont conceive then you get your period 14 days later.
The menstrual period comes 14-15 days after ovulation. If a woman doe not ovulate, her period will not come. So, when a woman suffers from amenorrhea (absence of menstruate period) she is probably not ovulating.
No, you start to ovulate 12-14 days after the first day of your period.
a woman shoul be able to get preganant when she is ovulation, she will usually start to ovulate a few days after her period. when a woman gets her period, it means that her egg was not fertilised.
You have your period a fixed 14 days after you ovulate. So if a woman has her period every 21 days, she ovulates on 21-14=7...the 7th day after the 1st day of her period.
you start ovulating around 28 days before your first period, but otherwise no
Yes you can ovulate three days after your period. Typically during a 28 day cycle a woman will ovulate on day 14 (two weeks before menstruation) and be fertile up to a week beforehand, but if your menstrual cycle is short you can ovulate earlier.
not likely, since you ovulate around the middle of your cycle.
Of course. It all depends on when a woman ovulates. I ovulate 2 or 3 days after my period ends.
Yes, in fact that is often when women ovulate. During a typical 28 day cycle a woman will likely ovulate on day 14 of her cycle - so if a woman menstruates for 6 days, that would mean she would ovulate 8 days after her period. Unless a woman uses something such as fertility awareness method she cannot know for sure when she is fertile or ovulating - remember cycles change.
12-16 days into your cycle...with the first day of your period as the start of that cycle.
Yes 13-15 days before a period is the usual time to ovulate