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Nothing. Your period starts a fixed 14 days after your ovulation day.

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If your period is regular count fourteen days from the first day you strarted your period on this day you start ovulation.


The first day of your period indicates the beginning of your cycle. Ovulation theoretically occurs on the 14th day of your cycle, about 8-10 days from the last day of your period.


Day 1 of your cycle is the day you start your period, followed by ovulation. About 14 days after ovulation you will have your next period if you are not pregnant, beginning the cycle over again. Ovulation is the phase of the cycle when pregnancy can occur and this comes after your period.


on day 14, when the start of bleeding ocear


If you have a 28 day cycle, you ovulate around 2 weeks after you have your period. If your cycle is longer, add 1 day to the 2 weeks for each additional day of your cycle or if shorter, subtract a day. You should know that it is easier to say when you will get your period after ovulation: You usually get your period 14-15 days after ovulation.


the day you get your period is day 1 ovulation happens around day 14 and by day 28 you will start again.


Ovulation day and the next time period between the start of intervalis fixed, usually in about 14 days


Ovulation occur 14 days after your period.


Ovulation occurs about halfway in between two periods. So if you start counting your cycle on the day your period ends, you would start to ovulate around day 14 and start your period around day 28. Ovulation generally lasts a few days. Its basically when you're uterus opens up, preparing you're body to be impregnated (if you have sex around that time) or start you're menstrual flow. it usually happens for a week or a couple of days and hurts a bit to, like you're having cramps (for some).


No, you are actually fertile from about 3 days before ovulation until ovulation day, after that you are no longer fertile, the longest time period for fertility is about a week ~pawsalmighty


yes we have to count the 1st of last menstrual period upto 14 days onwards.the 14th day will be the day of ovulation


== == the best way to know it's to get a test for ovulation and do it every day after your period in the same time


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.


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 http://www.ladys-calendar.com. It helps me to check my ovulation.


you can expect ovulation 11- 15 day after you period started.If you have regular cycles your ovulation will hapens 20.4.2012.For more acurate resulate yuo must use a ovulation predictory kit.With this kit you will predict 24 before ovulation will occour.


it usually occurs on the fourteenth day after the first day of the last menstrual period.


For those with a regular period, ovulation normally occurs on day 14 of the cycle with day 1 being the first day of bleeding. This is not an exact science, but merely an estimation. Ovulation can occur during other days of the cycle especially if the period is irregular.


Yes, it is very uncommon but it is possible if a woman's cycle is very short.


Every woman has a different cycle, so it is correct to assume that everyone ovulates on a different day. However, the most perfect or ideal cycle is 28 days long starting from the first day of your period until the first day of your next period. In this ideal cycle, ovulation would occur on day 14, counting the first day of your period as day one. The best way to personalize your menstrual cycle and know when ovulation occurs for you is to either buy an ovulation predictor kit, or start taking your basal body temperature and charting.


Yes! Ovulation (when the egg is released) occurs about 14 days after the start of your period, in a normal, 28-day cycle. This would be about a week after your period stops.


A number of days in a period has nothing to do with ovulation.


If you have a short cycle you could start as early as the 8th day after your period. Count from the first day it came on and if you period last for 3 to 4 days then you could start early


Ovulation usually occurs 14 days before the start of your next menstruation period. A woman with the normal 28 day cycle will have their ovulation on cycle day 14. Those who have shorter menstrual cycle like 25 days will have their ovulation on cycle day 11. Women with longer cycle, for example 30 will ovulate during the 16th day of their cycle.


Day 1 is the day a woman starts bleeding. Ovulation normally occurs on day 14 given that a period is regular. Day 1 is the day a woman starts bleeding. Ovulation normally occurs on day 14 given that a period is regular.


In women with 28 day cycles, ovulation takes place about 2 weeks after the onset of your period.



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