Periods and Conception

When do you start counting the days in your cycle?


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2014-06-13 20:12:47
2014-06-13 20:12:47

Count from the 1st day of your "Actual" Period From the first day of your last period until your next period, depending on how long your cycle length is. (for example, if your cycle length is 28 days, then the time you start to ovulate is around day 14. but every woman is different). For example, if ur period starts on June 1, then that's Day 1 of ur cycle. The first day of your period is the first day of bleeding, which is the first day of your cycle.


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The answer will depend on when you start counting from!

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