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While on the pill you don't have an ovulation cycle - the pill prevents ovulation. Once off the pill you can start tracking ovulation by cervical mucus changes and charting your menstrual cycle. Ovulation happens about 14 days prior to menstruation.

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What is wrong is the belief that all women have a nice 28 day cycle! Your cycle is fine. You obviously just have a longer cycle than usual. I know of women that have a 12 week cycle! It is your hormones that cause ovulation, and then a period if that egg is not fertilised. All it means is your hormones only trigger ovulation every 45-60 days.


It depends. Ovulation times can be delayed by months or years at a time, or they can come early (this happened to my sister when she was under stress). A conservative number is five days: ie the first five days of your cycle starting on the day your period begins are most likely totally infertile.


Sun spot cycle has a period of 11 years.


Woman can be fertile anytime after the start of the menstrual cycle. She can become pregnant even before she gets her menstrual cycle. Usually the first two to three years may be with out ovulation. But this is not the rule of thumb. After this period the woman becomes more likely to have pregnancy.


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Menstruation is part of the menstrual cycle, a process involving ovulation and if conception doesn't occur the uterine lining is shed (menstruation) in preparation for the possibility of conception during the next cycle. Menopause is the process where you come to the end of your reproductive years, it's when ovulation starts to slow down.


Ovulation is a process in the reproductive cycle that occurs once every 28 days in a human female during her reproductive years.


You can't. Hormones determine when you will begin your period. This is regulated by DNA as well ( ask your mom when she started. This will give you an idea when you will). When your body releases the hormones your period will begin. Your cycle will also take a year or two to settle into a regular cycle so at first you may start and stop and start again. This normal and will also happen when you enter menopause years down the road when you are older.


No..your reproductive organs becomes inactive...no period..no ovulation (production of eggs monthly basis in ovary) no questn of fertilization =>no pregnancy


I suspect that is not known. It is hard to determine the period of rotation for a star that is about 700 light-years away.


its just irregular, this is normal for the first years, up to 3 or even 4 years until your period cycle will become normal.


You will only know if you ovulated by purchasing a ovulation predictor test from your Pharmacist. Your period is not caused by ovulation but by the reduction in the amount of BCP in your system.


You need to find out why you have not had a period in three years - during a D & C, the doctor gently scrapes the lining off of the uterine wall. No period indicates the lining has not been replaced, a process that should happen during your monthly cycle. After ovulation, when an egg is released - without conception, the uterine lining is shed this is the monthly bleeding called a period. A new lining is started every month - waiting for possible implantation of a fertilized egg.


Your period may stay irregular until you are 18 to 20 years old when you will develop a regular cycle.


Ovulation takes place on the 11th day of every month, maybe 10th day or 12th day we are all different, Count 11 days from the first day of your last period, this is your day of ovulation, this will be the same every month until your about 50 years old, most women have a 26 day cycle, that's how we know we are due a period. The best time to fall pregnent would be day 10 11 & 12 these days are best avoided should pregnence is not welcomed at this time.


It is often referred t as The Sunspot Cycle - period of about 11 years.


That is very likely for young people and you just might not have become a regular yet. It may take years and years for you to have a normal cycle.


See the Related Link for "Conception calculator" to the bottom for the answer. For example, if the first day of your last period was January 22, the date of conception will be somewhere around 5th/6th February if you have a 28 day cycle. The majority of women ovulate 14 days before a period, and most have a cycle of around 28 days. From ovulation to birth is 38 weeks and for the hundreds of years before ultrasound, working out 40 weeks from the beginning of the last period was the only way of working out the due date. If your cycle is shorter or longer than 28 days, work out when your NEXT period would have been due and you probably conceived about 14 days before that.


No. Sounds to me like you are feeling the ovulation. Many women get an ache during ovulation. Even though your tubes are tied you still ovulate.


Yes. It can take a couple of years after your first period for your body to start to regulate the monthly cycle.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunspot_cycle The definition for sunspot cycle is "the recurring increase and decrease in the number of sunspots over a period averaging about eleven years."


1! 1 a month, every month of the year, for about 40 years from the time your first "monthly cycle" occurs! Uggh!


The average length of the sunspot cycle is 11 years. Some cycles are double peaked, which makes it difficult to determine when one ends and when another one begins.


You just have your period on for a short time. But also can have on for a long time to. Your period cycle can change ever month. And you also sop to have it ever month.


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