No , once u conceive you are preggo
About day 22, my cycle was this long and that was exatly when I conceived.
Yes, you can still ovulate while having an IUD in place.
Implantation bleeding depends on when you ovulate,had sex and when u conceived.. you can have implantation bleeding anytime during your menustral cycle depending on when you conceived.
YES you can still ovulate without a menstrual cycle. Also you can still get pregnant without a period.
Yes, you can still ovulate if your fallopian tubes are blocked. The blockage doesn't interfere with the ovaries.
yes, kinda no in a way you may have a mini period but you wont ovulate
Yes you will if you still have your ovaries.
There is no way to now exactly when you conceived, most women will ovulate 12-17 days after the first day of their last menses (average 14). There is no way to now exactly when you conceived, most women will ovulate 12-17 days after the first day of their last menses (average 14). There is no way to now exactly when you conceived, most women will ovulate 12-17 days after the first day of their last menses (average 14).
Yes. 'Ovulate' means to release an egg into the fallopian tube. Both ovaries have eggs in them, so if someone only had one they could still ovulate.
Yes. The conception date is first day of your last period. So, figure, around two weeks later is when you usually ovulate.
You can still ovulate to get pregnant. This is possible because you only took the first 6 pills of your pill pack. Once you have stopped taking your pills, you can still ovulate similar to the situation if you missed a pill or two by accident. You can still get pregnant these ways.
Yes, you still ovulate, but with your tubes tied the eggs cannot travel into the uterus in order to become fertilized.
No, once you become pregnant your body no longer releases an egg because the one before has been fertilized. It you could still ovulate it would cause you to have a period.
No, you can't ovulate while you're menstruating. Typically ovulation occurs 14 days prior to menstruation, if your cycles are especially short you may ovulate right after menstruation.
Most women ovulate between day 10 and day 18 - earlier and later can still be normal.
An irregular cycle can be a signal of no ovulation, but genarally speaking, you ovulate every time you have a period.
Yes, you can still ovulate if your tubes are clamped, tied, ligated, whatever. However, with few exceptions, the egg can't get through the blockage, and that's why you don't get pregnant.