Yes you don't always ovulate on day 14 unless you have a 28 day cycle. I ovulate on the 11 because I have a 24 day cycle. Also you are normally fertile a few days before you actually ovulate because sperm can live for 3-5 days in a womans body with fertile discharge. If you go to Webmd.com you can create an ovulation calendar by putting in the first day of your last cycle and how many days are in your cycle and it will tell you your fertile time. They say it is not 100% effective but it worked for me the first time twice. I started using the calendar the beginning of Sept, got pregnant the end of Sept I miscarried in October and was still messed up in November, after my period in December I got pregnant again. Good luck!
"Normally" 14 days later, but "normal" is different for every woman. Some women can tell that they have ovulated by changes in their discharge (often it is a clear elasticy fluid).
Spotting, along with discharge are totally normal.
Egg white discharge is normal during your regular monthly cycle.
Yes it is normal. Thick white discharge is common at the beginning and end of your cycle. Clear and stretchy discharge is 'fertile' mucous and means you are ovulating. It is not normal if the discharge is accompanied by itching. If itching is present your discharge could indicate a yeast infection.
I know that i do, i have ever since i started having my monthly cycle in the 5th grade. so its normal for me.
White dischare before or after your menstruation cycle is completely normal.
Its called discharge. Every month, a girl has a menstrual cycle and this discharge often happens when you have your period. Its completely normal.
The discharge is normal, and its a type of fertility monitor your body has. Depending on where you are in your cycle and your hormones the discharge will be lighter ar darker..ect.
it could be the end of your period. or if you dont have yours yet, your first cycle. it is the combination of the normal discharge and blood. but if you are worried, go to your doctor.
Discharge is the normal cleaning process of the vagina. Discharge changes in consistency and appearance throughout the menstrual cycle. Discharge can also be caused by infections or conditions that are not sexually transmitted, such as bacterial vaginosis or yeast infection.
if u get it every month maybe its ovulation spotting
Yes, it is just the blood getting mixed with your period blood
Thick white discharge can be a normal part of the menstrual cycle, typically this is more common during the luteal phase between ovulation and menstruation. Thick white discharge can be a symptom of a yeast infection but unless seeing other symptoms it is unlikely to be the case. If concerned about discharge it's best to go to your doctor for screening to determine the cause.
Normal discharge varies in every woman and also changes depending on where you are in your cycle. Most discharge is either white, clear, or slightly yellow. It does not have an odor and can be thick or thin. If you notice a change in your discharge that is abnormal (such as color, consistency or smell), you should consult your doctor as it may be an indication of an infection.
It is normal for a woman to have some yellow or white discharge. The amount of discharge is affected by the woman's cycle. Also, as a woman becomes aroused she will have a release of discharge as well. This is all perfectly healthy and normal as long as there is no foul smell coming from her vagina which could signal an infection.
Yes, one does get discharge along with blood during a menstrual cycle but if it is excessive and also has a fowl smell you should consult a doctor.
Discharge is not something that can be "cured." It is normal for all women to have discharge and experience different kinds of discharge during different times in the cycle. Normal discharge includes slightly yellow, white, or clear, with a thick, thin, or "slimy" consistency. If you are experiencing abnormal discharge, it may be a sign of infection. Yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis are most commonly associated with abnormal discharge, but you should consult your doctor for more information.
i really hope so because i am more or less the same cycle as you and i am just starting to grt white discharge an i am hopeing i am.plz post ir u r or not.x leah86 x
A thick, milky white discharge is normal and is probably from ovulation (releasing an egg) which is a normal part of every woman's cycle A yellowish discharge, however, can indicate a yeast infection or another type of infection, so it is important that you speak to your doctor about yellow discharge
Yes. It's just left over from your last menstrual cycle, and your body is releasing it when you begin your next menstrual cycle.
that's normal. it's just signifying that you are either starting or nearing the end of your cycle.
It is dried blood and very normal for your body to get rid of it at the end of your menstrual cycle.
It can be, everyone is different and what one person could consider heavy may be light to someone else, it's also normal for discharge to change throughout the menstrual cycle. If you think your discharge is unusually heavy then talk to your doctor about running tests to check for infections.
Females get discharge throughout their entire menstrual cycles. The normal colour is a white or cream, sometimes also clear, and it should continue throughout your entire cycle.