all the time :P
a menstrual cycle (more comonly known as a period) lasts about a week and happens once a month.
if the cycle is once in 28 days..and if it lasts for 3 to 5 days,it is normal
The average season (or heat cycle) lasts for about 21 days.
yes you can get pregnant if you get your period no matter how long the menstrual cycle lasts
ok to really answer this you need to know what your cycle is, whether it is 28 days or 30, 32, 35 anything like that, if it is 28 days the most common cycle, than it is 14 days after the first of your last period, or 14 days before the start of your expected period, if it is a 30, 32 days cycle any thing like that it is half way after the first day of your last period, and that day is where you are ovulating, 3 to 4 days before and after you are ovulating you are fertile, which means that you cuold posibly conceive on those days or your vagina has the best conditions for sperm to live until it can fertalize the egg when you ovulate, hope this is what you meant
A cycle lasts 28 days so count 28 days from the first day of your last period
You might be. You would need to be tested to find out for sure one way or the other. Menstruation cycles vary widely, and don't have any particular link to whether or not you are ovulating.
Not usually. It depends on the length of your mentrual cycle, though sometimes its hard to determine how long your cycle lasts esp. if you're young and periods aren't yet regular, but as a general rule cramping 2 weeks before your period simply means you are ovulating. Just before and around Ovulation is the time you are most likely to fall pregnant (roughly 10-16 days after your last period started).
What it means when your period lasts longer then a week is usually stress related. It also can mean that your hormones are changing and altering your cycle. Sometimes the birth control you are on affects the amount of time you're on your period too.
Dogs of all breeds have a "heat cycle" twice a year on average. Each heat cycle lasts approximately 21 days.
Your first period lasts a while until you can recognize a regular cycle. Nothing to worry about, just stay clean and smelling good! :)
Yes. The menstrual cycle (not period) normally lasts between 28 and 35 days. It can vary but 28 to 35 is the normal range.
metaphase The synthetic phase of cell cycle usually lasts longer
if the cycle lasts 5 seconds, then the frequency is 0.2 Hz
If you bleed lightly during your periods it is probably because you are ovulating. The difference between a period and implantation bleeding is that a period is heavier and lasts for longer and will need a tampon or sanitary towel, but implantation bleeding is light, not constant and only lasts about 1-2 days. You only need a pantyliner
When you're 17 and on your period, how long you have to wait until your period is finished depends on your body's menstrual cycle. The average menstrual cycle lasts between 5 and 7 days however, they can be shorter or longer than that.
Ovulation occurs around the middle of a woman's cycle (specifically, in the middle third): If you have a 28-day cycle, for example, then you'll usually ovulate on the 14th day, counting the first day of your period as the first day of your cycle. If your period lasts seven or eight days, by the time you finish menstruating you're only five or six days away from ovulating. If you consider that sperm can live in the fallopian tube for two or three days, then you have a narrow window in which you could get pregnant if you ovulated a little earlier than normal. If you're not actively trying to get pregnant, it's always safer to use reliable contraception when you have sex, no matter when in it is during your cycle.
It is not the same as in human females. Female dogs at around the ages of 6-10 months will start their first heat cycles. This is when they are ovulating and can get pregnant. This normally lasts about 2-3 weeks. The heat cycles normally occur every 6 months. Humans are not ovulating during a period but shedding out the excess uterine lining, totally different thing.
Yes you do ovulate. But you can ovulate any time during the menstrual cycle. Also you can ovulate twice in one month.
The menstrual cycle varies between women. It usually lasts between 3-7 days.
No, if your on your period it means your not pregnant.
The menstrual period lasts on average 5-7 days. The typical menstrual cycle is around 28 days long.
A hertz (Hz) is a single cycle per second. The period indicates how long each wave lasts.Therefore, a wave with a frequency of 250 hertz has a period of 1/250th of a second.