The time of ovulation differs for each woman, but on average, it occurs between Days 11 and 21 of their cycle.
It would be Highly unlikely as a period is supposed to follow each ovulation to prepare the Uterus for the next ovulation. The endometrium, is a liningof the uterus that the fertilized egg gets implanted. If pregnancy does not occur, it is shed along with blood in the form of the menstrual flow.
Each month a lining builds up in the uterus so an egg may implant for pregnancy. When that doesn't happen it sheds and that is menstruation. So, basically each month a woman has a new lining in the uterus.
The long tube between the ovary and the uterus is the fallopian tube. There are usually two fallopian tubes in the female body, one for each ovary.
The ovary of which there are two above the uterus.One to the right and the other to the left. Each is connected to the uterus by a duct which delivers the eggs to the ovaries after ovulation which generally occurs once a month.
It is a time when the uterus expels the lining and egg from the last ovulation in preparation for the next.
Yes, it is open during ovulation. A trick to remember is SHOW (soft, high, open, and wet). This way sperm can easily pass through the cervix to the uterus and fallopian tubes. After ovulation it closes again. You must remember that your cerical position changes frequently and it is different for each woman. A good way to see how your cervix reacts is to consistenly check it at different times throughout the months.
FSH is Follicle Stimulating Hormone. You do not need it in the same month after ovulation has already occurred, but you need it each month before ovulation.
The lining of the uterus gets thicker each month, in preparation for the growing Fetus.
Yes. In a 28 day cycle days 14-18 are the most fertile when ovulation happens. If you have sex between days 11-18 (sperm live 5-6 days in the uterus) there is a high possibility that a pregnancy will result. If you want to keep track of your cycle there is an easy way to do it. Get a calendar and mark each day starting with the first day of your period to the first day of the next period. With this you can see when day 14 is in your cycle.