There is no way to know for sure, because a month is 28-31 days long. So your cycle is not perfectly regular or you would have a different start day each month. Generally speaking, you are probably ovulating about 14 days after the start of your period. You might find this information helpful: http://www.babycenter.com/expert/preconception/gettingpregnant/1460117.html
About two weeks after your last period
Ovulating Ovulating not necessarily. It should, but even if you are infertile your body will go through the motions of ovulating. Technically you ovulate, then you shed the uterus lining (your Period). You are supposed to drop your egg. If the egg gets fertilized it stays put and you don't get your period. If you are infertile, you do everything but drop the egg.
You might be. You would need to be tested to find out for sure one way or the other. Menstruation cycles vary widely, and don't have any particular link to whether or not you are ovulating.
I have my period the 16th of every month
Fertile means MANY eggs being produced. Fertile is just a case of ovulating. Ovulating means just the eggs are produced during that period ofthe month.
YES YES and YES you can become pregnant. You are still ovulating every month which means you can get pregnant and possibly quite easier as well.
Yes it is possible to have you period on the same day every month
Answering "Could you be pregnant if you stoped the BC pill about a month ago and you had a normal period last month but this month you started your period 8 days after your last month period could i be Prego?"
Not necessarily. Women don't actually ovulate every month and only 12% ovulate on the same day each month.
No, once your period begins you are no longer ovulating. A woman ovulates before menstraion, this the only time of the month that a female can become pregnant
You may not have your period every month when you first start. This is because your periods will be irregular.
A lot of women realize they are ovulating each month when they have a significantly larger amount of discharge to what the women normally gets.
Your period occurs once a month.
You will still have a period every month with one Fallopian tube.
yes you can be pregnant if you don't have your period this month
Yes everyone's period differs every month. You get it every 28 days give or take a few plus there aren't an equal amount of days every month. Your period isn't going to happen the same day every month. It varies.
you are supposed to have your period every single month to shed the layer that would have protected your baby in the womb. When it is no longer needed it leaves through the vagina and the same will happen next month. So you should have your period every single month (unless on a medication that changes your cycle). If you don't have your period every month i would suggest seeing a doctor to talk about it.
Spotting can be a sign of a few things. Pregnancy, hormonal problems, urinary tract infection or an approaching period. A lot of exercise can delay or cause a spotty period. But see your doctor incase its a UTI or pregnancy.
It's bad if you have your period every day of a month, but if you have it for a week, then it's normal.
Yes, it's normal to have a period every month since menstruation started. The typical menstrual cycle is 28 days so that means periods will typically be monthly, although irregular cycles are common during the first few years of menstruating not everyone skips cycles.
It can depend on whether you breastfeed or not. I breastfed for a month and had to stop, and my period started a month after that.
Every month (28 days or more) a girl has her period.
Sounds like an ovarian cyst I have them every month and thats what they feel like also you could be ovulating and sometimes that will cause those pains as well
No it does not have to. Your period will come approximately every 28 days and it doesn't always have to fall on the exact same day every month.