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When do you ovulate on a 28 day cycle?


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2008-06-26 14:36:36
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It's 12-17 days after the first day of your last period.

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Your period occurs every 14 days after ovulation, so on a 28 day cycle u would ovulate on day 14 and on a 21 day cycle you would ovulate on day 7. If you have a 35 day cycle you would ovulate on day 21.

i have a 24 day cycle and i ovulate on about the 10th day of my cycle.

a woman ovulates at the 14th day plus or minus 2

yes they can- typically they will ovulate in the middle of a regular cycle- on average around day 14 of a 28 day cycle. however, she can ovulate at any time after the meses has stopped. for women with irregular cycles, all bets are off, they can ovulate any time

Yes you can ovulate three days after your period. Typically during a 28 day cycle a woman will ovulate on day 14 (two weeks before menstruation) and be fertile up to a week beforehand, but if your menstrual cycle is short you can ovulate earlier.

The 14th day is when you ovulate in a 28 day cycle. Most cycles run 28-38 days and not shorter. If you are having a shorter cycle go to the doctor this isn't normal.

Most women run on a 28 to 31 day cycle and ovulate around the 14th to 16th day of that cycle. You can ovulate at any point during your cycle however. You can learn when you are most fertile by charting your cycle using body temperature and cervical mucus. See related link to learn how.

Yes, you can ovulate right after your period if your cycle is short.A typical menstrual cycle is 28 days, which would mean ovulation would be around day 14, but if your cycle is shorter than that you'd likely ovulate earlier too.

Ovulation occurs at the middle of the cycle. So, if your cycle is 28 days you would ovulate approximately day 13 to day 15. If your cycle is other than 28 days your ovulation would change.

You only ovulate once each cycle. Meaning if you have a 28 day cycle you will ovulate around cycle day 14 through cycle day 20. You will than have your period (if conception did not occur) anywhere from 12 to 16 days later. The only instance where ovulation will occur and there will be no menstrual period is when you have conceived.

You can ovulate at any point - during a 34 day cycle you'd likely be sure to ovulate on day 20, but if you were to ovulate a week earlier then that cycle would be shorter: so you would ovulate on the 13th day of your cycle, and you'd have a 27 day cycle. The only way to know for sure when you ovulate would be using appropriate ovulation testing kits or to use fertility awareness method to track your cycles on a day-to-day basis.

Technically no, but it depends on when you ovulate - sperm can last in the uterus for up to 5 days, and if you ovulate very early in your cycle, then it is technically possible to fall pregnant. But highly unlikely. Average cycle is 28 days long, the first day of your period is the first day of your cycle, so if your period is 5 days long and you have sex on the last day of you period, the sperm can live until day 12 of your cycle. Most women with a 28-day cycle will ovulate on day 14 of their cycle, so you can see how it could be possible to fall pregnant during your period. You usually ovulate 14 days before the start of your new period.

The very earliest you can ovulate is on the 7th day of your cycle.

Women typically ovulate around day 14 of their cycle.

Most women ovulate 2 weeks after the first day of their period. Although, it depends on how long your cycles are. If your cycle is longer than 28 days, then you ovulate about 2 weeks BEFORE your period is due. So, if you have an average 28 day cycle, and your period lasted 4 days, then you'll probably ovulate in 10 days.

When you ovulate depends on your own menstrual cycle and it can change from one cycle to the next - you can sometimes tell when you are ovulating with testing kits but monitoring your cycle with fertility awareness method is the best way to determine when you ovulate. During a typical 28 day cycle a woman will ovulate 14 days BEFORE menstruation, which would also be 14 days into the menstrual cycle (the first day of your period is day one of your menstrual cycle).

When a woman ovulates depends on her menstrual cycle. During the average 28 day cycle a woman will typically ovulate somewhere between days 12-16, 14 days before menstruation, but unless you track your cycles you can't be sure when you ovulate. Use Fertility Awareness Method to determine when you ovulate.

If you take the number of days of your cycle and divide it by two you will get a general day for ovulation. So if your cycle is 28 days you would normally ovulate on day 14, but this could change each cycle. My cycles are between 24 and 28 days so I ovulate earlier around day 11. You will have a clear sticky discharge around the day you ovulate. Normally it is a lot of discharge. You can get a basil body thermometer and take your temp every day when you wake up. Read the instructions on the thermometer and it will tell you how tell when you ovulate if you do not have the discharge.

No. Just means you ovulate later. I always had a 35-38 day cycle and it didn't seem to make any difference.

If you have a 28 day cycle (which is the average), you will ovulate around day 14. Two weeks later you will get your period (if that ovulation cycle didn't result in fertilization of the egg), then two weeks after that you will ovulate again. But cycles can differ greatly from woman to woman and can be affected by hormones and stress levels.

Most women ovulate 14 days after their last menstrual cycle on the average 28 day cycle. If trying to conceive, there are indicators you can use.

Every woman's cycle is different but most ovulate around the 14th day of a 28 day cycle. You can learn to chart your cycle your self. See related link.

For women having a regular cycle, ovulation occurs for around 10 days or Day 11 to Day 21 of her cycle. The 14th day is mostly the day where the women ovulate, if she is having a 28-day cycle.

31.5 to 49 cds of your cycle

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