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No, typically right before menstruation is when a woman is at her least fertile because ovulation occurs around two weeks before menstruation. However unless a woman tracks her cycles with FAM she has no way of knowing for sure when she is fertile or when her period is going to start. Birth Control should always be used to prevent unintended pregnancy.

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Right after their menstrual cycle (period).


Different women have different menstrual cycles. Women are most fertile during ovulation. You can figure out when you ovulate by charting your menstrual cycle or by talking with your doctor.


No, right before your period is likely to be your least fertile time. Women typically ovulate two weeks before menstruation and are fertile up to a week before then when there is fertile cervical mucus present. Unless you use fertility awareness method you cannot know for certain when you are fertile or not, unless you want to get pregnant always use birth control.


Menstrual cycle refers to the reproductive cycle, all healthy fertile females will be in their menstrual cycle at all times, if you couldn't eat watermelon on a menstrual cycle women wouldn't eat watermelon. Of course women can eat watermelon whenever they want, no reason not to.


Because your menstrual cycle is the lining of your uterus shedding.


When you're fertile depends on your menstrual cycle, you'd need to use fertility awareness method to determine exactly when you're fertile. During a typical 28 day cycle women are fertile from days 7-16 of the menstrual cycle, but again how many days after your period depends on your cycle.


Women would use tampons or menstrual pads. There are also options like menstrual release too.


The menstrual cycle is the scientific term for the physiological changes that can occur in fertile women for the purpose of sexual reproduction and fertilization.


No, although a woman may be fertile during her period due to fertile quality cervical mucus (thus pregnancy is a possibility from sex during menstruation) she cannot ovulate during menstruation. Typically women ovulate 14 days before menstruation, or if a woman has a short menstrual cycle she may ovulate next right after menstruation.


Because dogs don't have the same kind of menstrual periods as human women, they do not get menstrual cramps. Heat is simply the short period of time when a female dog is fertile.


Typically, women are the most fertile in the days leading up to their menstrual cycle. Unprotected sex before and immediately after the period can lead to pregnancy, even while the woman is still bleeding.


It depends on your own menstrual cycle - you could only know when you were fertile or not if using a method such as fertility awareness method. During the average 28 day menstrual cycle a woman will likely be fertile between days 7-16 - ovulation occurs on day 14 so there may be a viable egg for up to 48 hours, also women are fertile for a week prior to ovulation whenre there is fertile cervical mucus.


Certainly! This is a common time for your fertile days! # Conception usually occurs about 5-7 days after intercourse # Your most fertile period is about 5 days before ovulation # For most(but not all) women ovulation occurs about 14 days prior to her period.


No, not every woman has a menstrual cycle. Most healthy adult cis-women will menstruate, however women who have reached menopause will no longer have a menstrual cycle, nor will women who have had a hysterectomy - basically women who are no longer fertile. Women who use hormonal birth control don't have a menstrual cycle, as the purpose of hormonal birth control is to suppress the menstrual cycle so they don't ovulate - the bleeding women get is a withdrawal bleed, it mimics menstruation but isn't the same as menstruation. Many women were born biologically male, thus regardless of changes to their gender or genital reassignment surgery to change their sex, they are not capable of ovulation and thus don't have a menstrual cycle - although interestingly hormones given to many transsexual women can create symptoms similar to that of the menstrual cycle.


It could happen, but it's not likely. Women are most fertil BEFORE the menstrual cycle. It could happen, but it's not likely. Women are most fertil BEFORE the menstrual cycle.


Women are considered most fertile during the 10 to 18 days following their last menstrual cycle.


Two weeks before her period and two weeks after.


Yes, gas pains and bloating are the 2 most common side effects of the menstrual cycle. This can happen in both older women and younger women.


Menstrual cycle refers to the entire reproductive cycle, a healthy fertile woman will always experience their menstrual cycle - I think you mean on their period/during menstruation.It's perfectly fine to have coffee during menstruation or at any other time of your menstrual cycle, for some women coffee can increase cramps so they may want to avoid coffee however on the flip side coffee can reduce menstrual flow so good for women with heavy periods.


51 is the average age of menopause for women in the United States, and the normal range is 45-55. Menopause describes the transition when a women stops menstruating and is no longer fertile.


A girl is not fertile before she starts puberty, or after menopause. Some women have medical conditions that render them infertile, such as ovarian cancer.


You cannot get pregnant if you have sex during the non fertile phase of your menstrual cycle. Women ovulate only once in each given month. Some women who are not fertile do not ovulate at all. They may still have a period, which is actually called anovulatory bleeding. The non fertile period of the menstrual cycle occurs usually during the period until day 10 and then after ovulation until your next period. Depending on the lenght of the menstrual cycle, women have different non fertile periods during their monthly cycle. In some women the non fertile period can extend for months especially if the are peri-menopausal. If a woman has no mechanical obstacles to conception, temporary infertility can be reversed by using natural heath and homeopathic medicine. In homeopathic medicine, infertility is seen not as a disease but as an imbalance that needs to be corrected. By bringing balance back into place a woman that has difficulty conceiving can go from being infertile to become fertile thanks to homeopathy. The homeopathic fertility program has a higher rate of success in treating infertility than IVF, even in women with PCOS and endometriosis.


Women in Rwanda do have a menstrual cycle, like women in any other country do.


Women wear menstrual pads during menstruation, the purpose of these is to collect menstrual flow as it leaves the body in order to prevent it getting onto clothing. Some women will use pads before their period starts to be ready, and even when using tampons they still have to alternate with pads.


It's not menstrual cramp but it can feel that way. You are ovulating and some women notice none of this and others do.