The combination pill, like all Birth Control pills only prevents pregnancy upto 98% so because of this, there is still a 2% risk of pregnancy occurring ANYTIME during the time you're taking birth control pill.
If you miss a pill or a few pills, the chance of pregnancy is increased. To prevent pregnancy 100% it is always advisable to use a condom every time you have sex. When you are on birth control pills you will not ovulate hun.
No it does not.
Ovulation is when the mature egg is released from an ovarian follicle.
ovulation occurs about 14 days after menstruation. (your period)
The peak in LH triggers ovulation. "During ovulation" is only an instant in time, so it's not really separated from "before ovulation." When LH peaks, ovulation occurs, so if I had to pick, I would say during ovulation. See this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leutinizing_hormone
Ovulation doesn't occur during menstruation, it typically occurs two weeks beforehand.
The woman becomes pregnant.
Ovulation occurs in the ovaries.
Yes ovulation can occur at anytime during the cycle, but it most commonly occurs 2 weeks after the begining of the cycle.
Ovulation in and of itself is not painful. Some experience pain during ovulation, but such pain is not caused by the procss of ovulation. Rather it's caused by an ovarian cyst which is painful upon rupture.
Ovulation occurs about two weeks before your period. And during the time of ovulation is when you can get pregnant. So essentially ovulation causes pregnancy if the egg is properly fertilized.
Possibly; spotting sometimes occurs at the time of ovulation due to the small dip in estrogen levels during ovulation.