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What time in your cycle do you become fertile?


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2015-07-17 17:33:56
2015-07-17 17:33:56

It all depends on how many days are in your cycle (21,26,28) you can go the BabyCenter.com where they have ovulation predictor where you can type in the 1st day of you last cycle and the days between your cycle and it will tell you around the time you will be fertile. good luck. It took 4 month to work for me.

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A heifer will start to cycle and become fertile sometime between 15 and 18 months of age.

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A woman is fertile during ovulation and up to week beforehand when there is fertile quality cervical mucus present - it's biologically impossible to get pregnant from sex at any other time of the menstrual cycle. During the average 28 day cycle this would mean the fertile phase is from days 7-16 - but everyone's cycle is different, you need to start practising fertility awareness method in order to determine exactly when you are fertile or not in order to maximise chance of pregnancy.

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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.

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Probably. At some point you should hit a fertile time in your cycle. Actually, you don't need to have sex everyday. Sperm stay alive in the uterus 5 or 6 days and if you keep a calendar of your cycle you can figure out your fertile days. If you have a 28 day cycle day 14-18 should be the time you can get pregnant.

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The average age that a male dog becomes fertile is 8 months old. Females are fertile as soon as their heat cycle begins. Smaller dogs typically become fertile more quickly than larger breeds.


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