Yes, you are able to get pregnant even if you have never had a period. This is because ovulation can occur without a period occurring.
Ovulation period is when an egg is released from the ovary in a menstrual cycle.
ovulation occurs 14 days before your period
Your period follows ovulation not the other way round so if your period has come late your ovulation was about 14 days beforehand.
If you do not ovulate you will not have a period at all hun. Ovulation can delay your period if Ovulation was late.
If your period is regular count fourteen days from the first day you strarted your period on this day you start ovulation.
Ovulation is very important period of the menstrual cycle. Without ovulation women cannot get pregnant and without knowing very well about your ovulation, you can get pregnant unexpectedly and face a problem with unplanned and unwanted pregnancy. Discover all details of ovulation in recommended related link below.
No. In a normal cycle, ovulation occurs 12 to 16 days before the period.
Ovulation takes place 2 weeks after the period.
ovulation occurs about 14 days after menstruation. (your period)
menstruation or ovulation
Nothing. Your period starts a fixed 14 days after your ovulation day.
Not necessarily. You could get your period without having ovulated because the body starts to build up the endometrial layer before ovulation occurs, meaning it still has to shed the layer at some point.
== == the best way to know it's to get a test for ovulation and do it every day after your period in the same time
Ovulation occur 14 days after your period.
I think you can. Its possible to have a period without ovulation.. or so I've read on quite a few questions similar to this one.
That would be your period.
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you can expect ovulation 11- 15 day after you period started.If you have regular cycles your ovulation will hapens 20.4.2012.For more acurate resulate yuo must use a ovulation predictory kit.With this kit you will predict 24 before ovulation will occour.
Day 1 of your cycle is the day you start your period, followed by ovulation. About 14 days after ovulation you will have your next period if you are not pregnant, beginning the cycle over again. Ovulation is the phase of the cycle when pregnancy can occur and this comes after your period.
This is a tricky question to answer because your period can only come after you have ovulated. So, if you have not been having your period and are not pregnant then you are not ovulating. BUT ovulation could start at any time, with a period following two weeks later. For example, some women do not ovulate (thus stop getting periods) when they are stressed. When the stress lessens the body may then allow them to ovulate, and they will get a period. If you ovulate and do not get pregnant then you must get your period, however you can also get your period without having ovulated.
No, you are actually fertile from about 3 days before ovulation until ovulation day, after that you are no longer fertile, the longest time period for fertility is about a week ~pawsalmighty
yes, it is very possible, you are just as able to get pregnant when on your period as you are before and after ovulation! (you are more likely during ovulation)