The menstrual cycle is the reproductive cycle, this is when a female would conceive - I think you mean two days after her period. Yes, a female can conceive two days after her period if her cycle is short.
Trying to conceive doesn't change your menstrual cycle so that part is irrelevant. Your period may come earlier than normal 9 days early is abnormal but a one-off is not a sign of a problem.
Yes, you can still receive the hepatitis vaccine while you are trying to conceive. It will not interfere with your menstrual cycle or the ability to conceive a child.
It will take a full cycle to find it out.
first of all you cannot conceive one week before your period.you can conceive only during the ovulation period which is 14 th day of your cycle if you have a 28 day cycle.
You are not considered to be irregular if your period comes every 20-21 days and stays on for 5 days. Clomid is a good start when you are trying to conceive and you most likely ovulate about 12 days after your menstrual period ends.
It depends on the length of your cycle and the timing of ovulation.
Most women ovulate 14 days after their last menstrual cycle on the average 28 day cycle. If trying to conceive, there are indicators you can use.
Amenorrhea or the absence of a menstrual cycle make a woman unable to conceive. Even if, women who do not have a menstrual cycle while lactating can still conceive. The reasons for infertility are many and irregular cycle and absence of ovulation is definitely one of them.
It means that you need to stop trying to conceive and learn the basics of how your reproductive system works. You don't get two periods in one month, unless you're looking at one at the start of the month and one at the end of the month due to a cycle under 30 days, not all vaginal bleeding is menstruation. Trying to conceive does not change your cycle so that's irrelevant.
Yes, you will miss your period. If you are pregnant, you will not have a period. But you are unlikely to conceive a few days before a period. Most women ovulate 14 days before a period and this is the only time you can conceive. and 'a few days before' the ovum has already gone so cannot be fertilised. You can definitely conceive a few days before your period! You can conceive at any time - the ideal is during ovulation but you can still conceive at any time!!! No, you will always ovulate 14 days before your period, no matter how long your cycle is. The egg will have already died at this stage because it wasn't fertillised.
for a normal 28 day cycle, day one is considered the first day you start your period, i was told to have intercourse on day 12,14,16 and 18.
12 days after your period has finished until about a week later
Ovulation usually occurs for a day or two at mid menstrual cycle.
If your period comes every 20-21 days and stays for 5 days your cycle length is 25-26 days. That would not be considered irregular if your cycle length is relatively the same each month. You would ovulate roughly between days 11 and 13 of your cycle. Clomid could be a good way to start fertility treatment when you are trying to conceive but it would be advisable to discuss fertility treatment options with your doctor first.
No, masturbation cannot stop your period. Menstruation is controlled by your menstrual cycle and masturbation cannot change your cycle, think about it; if sexual arousal could alter the menstrual cycle how would women ever conceive?
Conception usually takes place 2 weeks after the FIRST day of a period if you have a 28 day cycle. Say the first day of your period was 24th December you would conceive around 7th January.
Thats what i'm trying to figure out!!
She can conceive 5 days after her period, yes - in theory this would be one of the most fertile days of her cycle. During the typical 28 day cycle a woman would ovulate around day 14 and be fertile from day 7, thus 5 days after her period she may conceive and in turn fall pregnant.
Pregnancy is dated from the first day of your period, and also the length of your cycle is involved with working out your conception date.
Even on day one of your menstrual cycle you have a 50% chance of conception. On a thirty one day cycle your more fertile period is between your ninth day and your nineteenth. Your highest peak is around the seventeenth day of your cycle. Once the the peak has passed the egg dies and conception for the cycle has ended and is near impossible to conceive.
Somewhere between February 12th and 16th if you have a 28-30 day cycle.
Around May 23rd if you have a 28 day cycle, a bit later if it is longer.
Menstrual cycle refers to your entire reproductive cycle, so you would always conceive during your menstrual cycle. If you're asking if you can conceive the first day after menstruation then the answer is yes, there may be an egg present that early in your menstrual cycle.