Due you ovulate before your period?

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2008-05-01 04:30:58

No, you ovulate during your period.

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it is possible to get pregnant while on your period, it depends when you ovulate, i just read that some women ovulate during their period most women ovulate 14 days before their period is due


Yes, ovulation comes before a period, so a woman will ovulate before her very first period, before her first period post-pregnancy, etc.


Yes 13-15 days before a period is the usual time to ovulate


When you ovulate depends on your menstrual cycle. You ovulate two weeks BEFORE your period, so how soon after your period you ovulate depends on how long your menstrual cycle is.



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.


As I am a girl and obvously have periods, a few days before i am due to start my period this is what happens to me. I don't know if you ovulate the around the same time as your period. Hope i have answered your question though. Mabe you are due to start your period???


Yes before you get your period the first time you ovulate.


Yes, after Mirena is removed, you will ovulate about 14 days before you have your first period.


Yes, women ovulate BEFORE each period, so even before the first time we have our period, we ovulate. There is always that chance that they are about to start. (Ovulating is when the egg comes down)


No. Women only ovulate for about two days at mid cycle.


if the woman has normal periods and cycles no she can not get pregnant 6 days before her period cause she will not be ovulating at this time u ovulate 14 days before ur next period if you are regular if you are irregular you can ovulate and get pregnant at anytime during your cycle. if your cycle comes on and is regular normal amount of bleeding and days u are not pregnant.


No, although a woman may be fertile during her period due to fertile quality cervical mucus (thus pregnancy is a possibility from sex during menstruation) she cannot ovulate during menstruation. Typically women ovulate 14 days before menstruation, or if a woman has a short menstrual cycle she may ovulate next right after menstruation.


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.


Yes, bodies aren't clockwork.


When she starts to ovulate which you do before you get your first period.


Right before your period. Whenever you ovulate.


you start ovulating around 28 days before your first period, but otherwise no


Yes. Before girls start their period they ovulate.


Yes, you can ovulate three weeks after your period. Typically ovulation occurs two weeks before your period, if you have a very long cycle then that could be three weeks after your last period.


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.


Hormones. Before we get our period and when we ovulate we can have similar symptoms to pregnancy.



Ovulation can occur at anytime, but is most common just before the menstrual period.


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.



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