Menstruation

How do you compute your menstrual cycle?

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The first day of your current menstrual cycle (the first day you begin to bleed again) is also your last day of your previous cycle. The average length of the cycle is 28 days. The first day of your current menstrual cycle (the first day you begin to bleed again) is also your last day of your previous cycle. The average length of the cycle is 28 days.

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