Periods and Conception

Can you still ovulate if you only have a 3 day period?


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2014-05-01 13:47:19
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An irregular cycle can be a signal of no ovulation, but genarally speaking, you ovulate every time you have a period.

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i would say it is not possiable as once you ovulate the egg is released and only survives for a very short period of time. therefore the sperm and egg would not be able to fertilse the day before your period is due.

You ovulate 14 days before your period starts. Therefore you ovulate on approximately Day 15 (remembering that Day 1 is the first day of your period).

The normal cycle is 28 days, and this will be from the first day of your period to the first day of the next period give or take a few hours. When you have a period it is your body's way of shedding the unfertilised egg that it produced during the last cycle. 14 days after the first day of your period you will ovulate again so in theory you still have 2 weeks to go before the next period. To have unprotected intercourse after day 10 of your cycle could result in a pregnancy because although you ovulate on day 14, if you have sex from day 10 then the sperm can still be there inside when you ovulate on day 14 and it can fertilse the egg. Hope this helps.

Most women ovulate between day 12 and day 18 of their cycle. site says that it is possible to ovulate the day after pregnancy and that it is not accurate to say women ovulate 14 days after their period. Every woman is different and they ovulate at different times.

You ovulate 13 days after your period starts but you are fertile from day 8-14 after your period starts.

it doesn't matter how long your period is, it matters how many days between when it starts and when you get it again. average is about 28 days, and you ovulate aroung day 14.

You only ovulate once each cycle. Meaning if you have a 28 day cycle you will ovulate around cycle day 14 through cycle day 20. You will than have your period (if conception did not occur) anywhere from 12 to 16 days later. The only instance where ovulation will occur and there will be no menstrual period is when you have conceived.

People think they ovulate before their period, but truth is you never know when you ovulate. Even so, you can still get pregnant when you're ovulating. It's just as possible as any other day.

Only 12% of all women ovulate on the same day every month so you can also have your period late or early and still be normal. I assume that you pee on a stick to know when you ovulate since that is the only sure way to know btw.

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.

Your period occurs every 14 days after ovulation, so on a 28 day cycle u would ovulate on day 14 and on a 21 day cycle you would ovulate on day 7. If you have a 35 day cycle you would ovulate on day 21.

On the 14th day of her period (most likely).

bbecause you can only get pregnant if you are ovulating. your period is the time you lining is sheding due to the egg not being fertilized. If you have a regular menstrual cycle then you usually ovulate around the 14th day from the day you started. So if you are having your period you are not likely to ovulate for about another week or more. It could still happen though...if there are some champion sperm living an really really long time and you cycle is very irregular or short then you could ovulate shortly after your period. But that is not usual.

they look at when you has your last period. you ovulate 10-15 days before you have a period and you can only conceive when you're ovulating.

Yes, the only fairly safe are the first days on your period. A orgasm can make you ovulate again.

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.

Yes, but the chance is slim. Generally woman have 28 day cycles, which means they ovulate around day 14 of their cycle (day one being the first day of your period) However, some women (me included) can have short cycles, where they ovulate earlier than usual, then get their next period earlier. since no one can be certain (without ovulation kits) when they ovulate then it is possible to ovulate on day 9 and have a short period. hope that helps.

No. By the time you're period is due there is no viable egg - you ovulate two weeks before menstruation, and there is only a viable egg for a maximum of 48 hours - thus you cannot get pregnant during this time.

Most women ovulate 2 weeks after the first day of their period. Although, it depends on how long your cycles are. If your cycle is longer than 28 days, then you ovulate about 2 weeks BEFORE your period is due. So, if you have an average 28 day cycle, and your period lasted 4 days, then you'll probably ovulate in 10 days.

Yes, bodies aren't clockwork.

Ablout 9 days after your period

Yes. That is possible. Specially so when you have long and/or lingering periods.

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