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If a woman has an 18 day menstrual cycle then in theory she's not fertile at all. She may ovulate and produce fertile cervical mucus but her cycles are too short to allow implantation if she were to conceive. If her cycles are that short she needs to see her doctor.

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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.


I believe that you mean your fertile period, this means the time during your menstrual cycle that you are able to get pregnant. During a typical 28 day cycle a woman would be fertile from day 7-16.


No! You're most fertile on the days 11-17 of your cycle!


You are fertile 100% of the time including while you are on your period and while ovulating.


It really depends on how long your normal cycle is. If your cycle is only 24-28 days, this is a pretty good fertile day. A longer cycle would mean that it is not a good fertile day.


you have to chart your period it is about 14 days before your next period if you have a normal cycle if you dont have a normal cycle you could use an ovulation kit to see when you are fertile.


on the 14th day in the menstrual cycle so 14 days after your last period ended is whe its at its peak . however from day 12-16 is also a very highly fertile time . Has that helped ?


The possibility of getting pregnant after your period is reasonably high, but depends on your menstrual cycle. During the typical 28 day cycle a woman would be fertile around days 7-16, but if your cycle is longer you may not be fertile directly after your period.


Most women ovulate between day 10 and day 18 of their cycle, there are various methods you can use to chart your own fertility cycle.


That varies according to different women and their cycle. Some women can begin to have signs of fertility as early as day nine in their cycle. Others won't be until much later. Even before ovulation you can have fertile mucus that will enable a sperm to survive longer than usual.


If you have a 28 day cycle, then yes, your cycle day 14 would be your most fertile day. Day one of your cycle is the first day of your period.


Your fertile days are the days leading up to ovulation and your ovulation day (when your egg is released travelling down your fallopian tube) in a normal 28 day cycle this would happen on cycle day 14 (cycle day 1 being the first day of your period)


Most health care providers will tell you there is no real safe day because there is always a slight chance you can become pregnant, if your cycle is not always regular.Ovulation (fertile period) occurs about 14 days before your period starts, so first, you must know the duration of yourmenstrual cycle: the first day of your last menstrual period (first day of bleeding) to the first day of your next menstrual period. This is the duration of your menstrual cycle.The duration varies from woman to woman, it averages between 25 and 33 days.Ovulation occurs nears the middle of the cycle for most women, day 8 to day 21 (depending on the duration of your cycle).One week before and one week after the approximate day of ovulation is considered to be your fertile period.The days before and after the fertile period is called the safe period. If your cycle is every 30 days, your fertile period runs from day 9 until day 23. Days 1 - 8 and 24 - 30 would be considered your "safe period". (Remember sperm can survive in the female reproductive tract for up to a week!)Because illness, stress, dieting and emotions can throw off the fertile period, this method is not highly recommended for women who do not want to become pregnant. Learning more about your cycle; cervical mucus changes, changes to the cervix, etc, is a much safer and effective means of natural family planning.


Yes. If you have a 28 day cycle, your fertile time is from about day 10-16. The week after your period is a definite fertile time. Count 14 days backwards from your period due day - this is your approximate ovulation day. Take two days after and four days before as your fertile days.


You're only fertile for around 10 days of your cycle at most, when you are fertile depends on your cycle and you can't determine when you're fertile unless using fertility awareness method. During a typical 28 day cycle a woman will be fertile around days 7-16.


How fertile a woman is after menstruation depends on the woman and on her menstrual cycle. During the average 28 day cycle a woman is most likely to ovulate on day 14 and can be fertile between days 7-16 - if a woman's cycle is shorter she could ovulate directly after menstruation so be at her most fertile.


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.


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.


When you start your period, that is considered day one of your menstual cycle. Most women have around a 28 day cycle.


no your not you fertile from 6-10 days after your period


When a woman is fertile during her menstrual cycle depends on her menstrual cycle - everyone is different, she'd only know when she was fertile if she was to use FAM. During a typical 28 day cycle she would ovulate on day 14, so be fertile around days 7-16 of her cycle.


15th day of a period? Meaning menses? or a woman's cycle? If you've been mensruating for 15 days, you should schedule an exam with your heath care provider. There may be more going on than an irregular cycle. If you are speaking of the "ideal 28 day cycle" the 14-16th days are very fertile. -Very


You ovulate 13 days after your period starts but you are fertile from day 8-14 after your period starts.


Generally speaking ovulation (fertile period) occurs two weeks before your period. The chances of pregnancy reach a maximum in the middle of the menstrual cycle, close to ovulation (if you have a 28-day menstruation cycle, the ovulation period is nearly the 14th day of the cycle. ) Cycle is counted from the first day of menses.


In theory you're least fertile just before menstruation.Take the average 28 day menstrual cycle:A woman would ovulate around day 14 and produce fertile cervical mucus for up to a week beforehand, so the most fertile point would be between days 7-16 of the menstrual cycle. After ovulation there's no egg to fertilize, by the time you're due to menstruate any egg is long dead.Unless you use Fertility Awareness Method you can't know when YOU are fertile or not, everyone has a different menstrual cycle and menstrual cycles can change all the time. You can't rely on an estimate or guessing fertile or infertile days based on previous cycles.