No. Women only ovulate for about two days at mid cycle.
Hormones. Before we get our period and when we ovulate we can have similar symptoms to pregnancy.
Menstrual cycle refers to your entire reproductive cycle - you always ovulate during your menstrual cycle, typically this occurs two weeks before you menstruate. You can't ovulate during menstruation - although this doesn't mean that you can't be fertile during menstruation.
i have a 24 day cycle and i ovulate on about the 10th day of my cycle.
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.
Yes, that would be step one in her cycle.
No. Before you menstruate you ovulate and you don't do that when you are pregnant.
You can ovulate at any point - during a 34 day cycle you'd likely be sure to ovulate on day 20, but if you were to ovulate a week earlier then that cycle would be shorter: so you would ovulate on the 13th day of your cycle, and you'd have a 27 day cycle. The only way to know for sure when you ovulate would be using appropriate ovulation testing kits or to use fertility awareness method to track your cycles on a day-to-day basis.
The very earliest you can ovulate is on the 7th day of your cycle.
Women typically ovulate around day 14 of their cycle.
Once a cycle. A cycle is from the day her period starts until the day before her next period begins. There are women who do not ovulate on their own, and often times they do not get their periods as a sign of this.
Every woman is different but most ovulate around the 14th day of their cycle. If you want to know for sure you should learn how to chart your cycle. See related link.