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Answered 2007-09-24 04:45:00

Yes. Your menstrual cycle will always start 14 days after ovulation


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Ovulation is what precedes your menstrual cycle. It is what causes it.

Ovulation is part of your menstrual cycle, the term 'menstrual cycle' refers to your entire reproductive cycle - I think you mean before or after menstruation. Ovulation usually occurs two weeks before menstruation, but as it's a CYCLE it will occur after menstruation too.

Chlamydia does not affect ovulation or the menstrual cycle.

No, if a woman has no menstrual cycle then she cannot get pregnant. The menstrual cycle includes ovulation, no ovulation means no pregnancy. This is how hormonal birth control such as the combination pill works, it suppresses the menstrual cycles in order to stop ovulation to prevent unintended pregnancy.

the 4 distinct stages of menstrual cycle is the FOLLICLE STAGE,OVULATION,CORPUS LUTEUM STAGE, and the MENSTRUAL CYCLE

Ovulation period is when an egg is released from the ovary in a menstrual cycle.

Prolonged menstrual cycles are menstrual cycles that are longer than usual for you. The reason for prolonged menstrual cycles is that ovulation has occurred later in the cycle than usual. Nothing happens to ovulation per say, it's just later.

Ovulation starts around the 14th day of the menstrual cycle If you have a 28-day cycle. The first day of bleeding is counted as the beginning of menstrual cycle. You can use a simple calendar to mark the days of your menstrual period and calculate your ovulation. I use this one It helps me to check my ovulation.

The menstrual cycle is the reproductive cycle in human beings, and ovulation is one phase of the menstrual cycle. Each cycle a woman will ovulate and the uterine lining plups-up ready for possible pregnancy, but if she doesn't get pregnant then the uterine lining sheds (menstruation).

One of the methods to predict ovulation is calendar method. You just check you menstrual cycle and calculate ovulation. e.g. If you have a 28-day cycle, ovulation starts around the 14th day of the menstrual cycle. I use this calendar and it helps me to know days of ovulation.

Typically on day 14 of the menstrual cycle is when ovulation occurs - when an egg is released from the ovary. However everyone's menstrual cycles are different, if the cycle is longer it's likely ovulation occurs far later in the cycle than this.

Menstrual cycle is the term used to describe the reproductive cycle, every phase from ovulation to menstruation and back again, women are always experiencing their menstrual cycle - I think you are asking about drinking green tea while you are menstruating (a particular phase in your menstrual cycle). Yes, this is fine.

menstrual phase, follicular phase, ovulation, luteal phase

Ovulation is when your ovaries release an egg. Menstruation occurs when that egg is not fertilised and your menstrual cycle starts a new. Discharge is something you get throughout your entire menstrual cycle.

Between each ovulation, the lining the uterus is shed in the menstrual cycle. If the egg is fertilized, no further ovulation occurs and no menstrual shedding happens.

The menstrual cycle is the whole reproductive cycle, I think maybe you mean the menstrual phase. The first day of menstruation is day one of your menstrual cycle, ovulation typically occurs around 14 days into the menstrual cycle - although everyone is different.

ovulation starts 14 days before menstruation

The menstrual cycle is the reproductive cycle, as long as she is fertile she is always on her menstrual cycle. You can't tell where she is in her menstrual cycle unless she tells you.

The Luteal phase in which ovulation begins.

Follicle stage, ovulation, corpus luteum, menstrual shedding of the uterine lining

The menstrual cycle is the shedding of the endometrium of the uterus.The ovarian cycle occurs about 14 days after the menstrual cycle and is when ovulation occurs (release of an oocyte, or egg)The menstrual cycle and the ovulation cycle are the same thing, the reproductive cycle is the process of releasing an egg from the ovary and if pregnancy doesn't occur the uterine lining that has built-up to support the potential pregnancy is shed. The different names just relate to different events withi the cycle: ovulation and menstruation.The menstrual cycle is how often you get a period, where you bleed. The ovarian cycle is where you ovulate. It is associated with the menstrual cycle, because you ovulate on the 14th day, but it is separate from menstruating

The egg of a woman matures between the 10th or 14th day past the first day of their menstrual period. And when your egg matures it means your ovulating. For a woman who has a 28 day cycle ovulation usually occurs on the 14th day after the menstrual period started. For those who have shorter menstrual cycle like 25 days their ovulation period would normally fall on the 11th cycle day.On the other hand for those who have a longer menstrual cycle like 31 days, their ovulation time will be on the 17th day after the start of their last menstrual period.

The menstrual cycle is the entire reproductive cycle including menstruation and ovulation - basically a woman is always experiencing her menstrual cycle. There is absolutely nothing to say that a woman should wear loose clothing at any point in her cycle.

Ovulation cycles can be calculated using simple formulas based on your current menstrual cycle. I would visit WebMD to find out more on these ovulation calculators.

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