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Depending on the length of your cycle. If you have a 28 day cycle then you would start menstruation 14 days after ovulation.

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Ovulation doesn't occur during menstruation, it typically occurs two weeks beforehand.


of course not, menstruation occurs on the 14th day not the ovulation, and I say that the start of the menstrual cycle is actually menstruation.


Yes. Menstruation will still occur with out ovulation


Yes. Menstruation occurs after ovulation to clear the tubes. So generally you ovulate the days before your "period"



Ovulation is part of your menstrual cycle, the term 'menstrual cycle' refers to your entire reproductive cycle - I think you mean before or after menstruation. Ovulation usually occurs two weeks before menstruation, but as it's a CYCLE it will occur after menstruation too.


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can one menstrate and ovulate at the same time.


Ovulation typically occurs 14 days prior to menstruation - or during the average 28 day cycle this would mean ovulation would occur 14 days into the menstrual cycle.


Ovulation does occur before menarche. Menarche is the term used to describe a girls first period, menstruation will only occur if the woman ovulates. With that said some people will experience vaginal bleeding as a result of hormonal imbalance which will look like menstruation but without ovulation occurring beforehand, and sometimes we call that menarche - because we've no way of knowing if ovulation had occurred.


Ovulation occurs BEFORE menstruation, as menstruation is the process where the unfertilised egg is flushed from the body along with the blood which lined the womb to hold the egg if it is fertilised. Since it isn't, it breaks down and leaves the body via a 'period'.


On average, 7 days before menstruation . Menstruation usually happens every 26-30 days.


Yes, ovulation can occur at any point in a woman's cycle.


No, if a woman does not ovulate then she cannot menstruate - menstruation only occurs following ovulation when pregnancy does not occur. Not all vaginal bleeds are menstruation, there are many reasons why a woman may experience a bleed without it following ovulation.


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 occurs about 14 days after menstruation. (your period)



Menstruation is the body's way of disposing of an unfertilised egg, so ovulation must come first.


Ovulation will typically occur two weeks before menstruation. In order to know when you ovulate you'd have to use FAM or ovulation testing kits.


follicular phase, ovulation, luteal phase, menstruation


Follicle stage -> ovulation -> corpus luteum -> menstruation


Implantation can occur anywhere from 6 to 12 days after ovulation. 5-12 days past ovulation



Ovulation occurs mid-cycle. That is, the most likely time is the 14th day after menstruation (first blood flow) begins, but can vary from between Day 11 and Day 21 of your cycle.


No. By the time a woman is due to menstruate the egg released earlier in her cycle is long dead - typically ovulation occurs 14 days before menstruation, and at most there will only be a viable egg for up to 48 hours after ovulation.



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