I'm not sure what you're asking here but I will just tell you that you can ovulate at any time, even on a period.
Yes, spotting mid cycle is an indication that you are ovulating. You do NOT ovulate during a period. Ovulation occurs about midway through a woman's menstrual cycle, depending on how regular her cycle is.
Ovulation. That is why you bleed. The uterus have no egg to get attached to the lining of the uterus so it breaks down and you bleed it out.
middle of the month
Yes - ovulation spotting can be common in some women, it's normally very light such as pink or brown discharge, not a heavy bleed like menstruation.
COULD BE IMPLANTATION BLEEDING IF YOU HAVE HAD SEX RECENTLY
This can happen yes. The spotting is your withdrawal bleed & is nothing to do with Ovulation. If you had conceived you wouldn't be Ovulating but perform a pregnancy test to be on the safe side.
If you have started ovulating you can. That is what you do before you start to bleed in menstruation. At 11 you are too young to legally have sex though.
This is normal. You are ovulating and most women bleed slightly during ovulation
You could be closer to getting your period and now you are either ovulating or it's about to start to bleed. Speak to your mom.
Hi, The pill remains in your system for 3 months. After you experience a break through bleeding (when you stop the pill) the BCP is reducing in your system and you can begin ovulating straight after the bleed or any time during the 3 months.
How do you know when you are ovulating?
How do you know when you are ovulating?
you will begin ovulation within 14 days (sometimes sooner) of receiving the withdrawal bleed.
Yes if she has started her menstrual cycle. If you haven't bled for the first time you could be ovulating which is what you do before you bleed. You can get pregnant on that first ovulation.
How do I know when I am ovulating
Some girls get their period very young and before they bleed they ovulate. If you haven't got your period yet, you could be ovulating which means you can get pregnant.
While ovulating is precisely the time you can get pregnant.
It's not that common to fall pregnant when you bleed but it has happened but you might mean ovulating? The egg is only available for 1 day but the sperm can live inside for 5 days so if you have sex 5 days before there is still a risk. A orgasm can also make you start ovulating again. If you mean that you have never had your period before then yes, there is also a risk because you ovulate before you starts to bleed.
If you are not ovulating, you will not get a period. If you get a regular period then you can assume you are ovulating. Some women will bleed heavily, while others bleed lightly. Some women will bleed heavy the first couple of days and on the 3rd day on dwindle down to nothing, or, they may even miss a period or two which can be caused from stress, over exercising or poor eating habits. Some women may just spot. It's a good idea to get a yearly physical from your doctor and mention this. At 38+ you can actually start perimenopause which can cause you to bleed heavily, bleed hardly at all or miss serveral periods. When you actually get into menopause you stop having periods. Marcy
If you are not ovulating at all, you will not have a period.
Once you begin ovulating again, you can become pregnant. Ovulation usually occurs 2-4 weeks after coming off the pill. Sometimes it may take as long as 8 weeks before you begin Ovulating. If you've had a withdrawal bleed then there is a 1% risk of pregnancy.
No. If you're not ovulating you can't get pregnant. But 'not of ovulating age' doesn't mean anything. One 50 year old woman might not be ovulating anymore, but another might be
The same way you know you are ovulating while not breastfeeding.
what signs does your body show you to tell you that you are ovulating
yes that's when you conceive... ovulating is the release of your egg.
It doesn't matter whether you're ovulating or not - you CAN get pregnant!