Yes. But you need to know that not every woman has a 28 day cycle. That is just the "average." I know women who have 30 day, 27 day, 42 day and other day cycles. It is just what is normal for you.
A late period could be due to late Ovulation or simply cause by irregular period.
you would ovulate normally. Starting your period is what starts a new cycle, so you would expect to ovulate mid-cycle as usual. ~pawsalmighty
Yes. when they first start many girls have a period without ovulating and may also ovulate without having a period. Also when approaching menopause the same occurs. Some women do not seem to ovulate all the time during the intervening years also but they would probably have irregular periods.
because you have to have periods to ovulate, and with them being irregular, im sure it would be a lot more difficult.
this is not very common unless u have an irregular period or menstrual if not you will not be ovulating that soon after a period normal cycles ovulate 14 days before there next period counting the first day of your last period so say u lmp was on January first u have a 30 day cycle ur next period is feb first u would ovulate app on Jan 14th. but because sperm can last for 5 days if you had sex on Jan 9th or tenth u could become pregnant when u ovulate on the 14th this is not very common unless u have an irregular period or menstrual if not you will not be ovulating that soon after a period normal cycles ovulate 14 days before there next period counting the first day of your last period so say u lmp was on January first u have a 30 day cycle ur next period is feb first u would ovulate app on Jan 14th. but because sperm can last for 5 days if you had sex on Jan 9th or tenth u could become pregnant when u ovulate on the 14th
Yes. Ovulation can occur at any point during your cycle and wither you've had a period or not. I would recommend learning how to chart your cycle if irregularity is an issue.
Yes, you can ovulate right after your period if your cycle is short.A typical menstrual cycle is 28 days, which would mean ovulation would be around day 14, but if your cycle is shorter than that you'd likely ovulate earlier too.
You have your period a fixed 14 days after you ovulate. So if a woman has her period every 21 days, she ovulates on 21-14=7...the 7th day after the 1st day of her period.
Your period occurs every 14 days after ovulation, so on a 28 day cycle u would ovulate on day 14 and on a 21 day cycle you would ovulate on day 7. If you have a 35 day cycle you would ovulate on day 21.
Yes, that would be step one in her cycle.
The lining of the uterus breaks down as it normally would and she has her period
yes, if you just got you're period then it can be irregular. If you did just get it and it is changing now, I would go to a doctor if it is really irregular.
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.
Yes, you should still ovulate around the same time. http://wish2conceive.com Yes
Yes, in fact that is often when women ovulate. During a typical 28 day cycle a woman will likely ovulate on day 14 of her cycle - so if a woman menstruates for 6 days, that would mean she would ovulate 8 days after her period. Unless a woman uses something such as fertility awareness method she cannot know for sure when she is fertile or ovulating - remember cycles change.
the person is either pregnant or just irregular which is ok.
No, once you become pregnant your body no longer releases an egg because the one before has been fertilized. It you could still ovulate it would cause you to have a period.
Most women ovulate 14 days before their period. So you would ovulate day 19-21. But that is not always true, it depends on your hormone levels. Are you trying to get pregnant to trying to prevent it??
I'm pretty sure i ovulate between day 18 and 21, i got a positive test the day of my missed period :) good luck!
yes normally people don't know even if you don't have your period you ovulate every month, unless you are irregular in your ovulation, or your menstruation. but if you are normal you should take care. you can even buy ovulation test, when you are worried that you would be getting pregnant again. talk to your Dr. for more information.
to be honest with u its possible but i dont no u would have to ask a woman that question
No, you don't have to start your period to get pregnant. Menstruation only occurs if you ovulate and don't fall pregnant - ovulation occurs before menstruation - so it would be possible to ovulate and get pregnant before ever having your first period. Always use birth control to prevent unintended pregnancy.
Bare in mind that up to a weeks variation in your cycle is completely normal - so if it came a few days later than you predicted that's normal. Your period can be irregular if you're in your teens due to hormonal imbalance while going through puberty, your period can also be late as a result of stress or ill health around the time you were due to ovulate.
A woman can get her period twice a month for multiple reasons such as missing her birth control or having an irregular period cycle.
i would say it is not possiable as once you ovulate the egg is released and only survives for a very short period of time. therefore the sperm and egg would not be able to fertilse the day before your period is due.