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cycles vary usually you ovulate seven days before the menses (period) starts.


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When you ovulate depends on your menstrual cycle. You ovulate two weeks BEFORE your period, so how soon after your period you ovulate depends on how long your menstrual cycle is.

you would ovulate normally. Starting your period is what starts a new cycle, so you would expect to ovulate mid-cycle as usual. ~pawsalmighty

During a normal cycle, a female will ovulate only once per month.

Yes you do ovulate. But you can ovulate any time during the menstrual cycle. Also you can ovulate twice in one month.

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.

Every woman is different but most ovulate around the 14th day of their cycle. If you want to know for sure you should learn how to chart your cycle. See related link.

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.

An irregular cycle can be a signal of no ovulation, but genarally speaking, you ovulate every time you have a period.

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.

YES you can still ovulate without a menstrual cycle. Also you can still get pregnant without a period.

Your period is the start of your cycle so you ovulate two weeks before your period. The cycle is not just your period but the whole month from one period to the next.

for a regualr 28 day cycle it should be about 2 weeks... you will ovulate about 2 weeks after the first day of your period

No. Women only ovulate for about two days at mid cycle.

Most women ovulate between day 12 and day 18 of their cycle.

Ablout 9 days after your period

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.

AnswerIf you have a regular 28-day cycle, you should ovulate about 14 days after the first day of your period. You can tell when you are ovulating by buying some "sticks" at the pharmacy or supermarket. Basically, you urinate on them and they tell you when you are ovulating.

Once a cycle. A cycle is from the day her period starts until the day before her next period begins. There are women who do not ovulate on their own, and often times they do not get their periods as a sign of this.

Yes. You can ovulate at any point during your cycle.

I do ovulate at the end of my cycle. That's how I got pregnant. My child is 10 yrs old to prove it. I thought sex on last day of my cycle was okay, but not for me because I ovulate at the end of every cycle. Pay attention to your body, and you'll start to know when you do too!

You ovulate befor your cycle and after, but you do not start to ovulate for two to three days after.

Not quite. A women will only ovulate during a single 24 hour period during her menstrual cycle, she may ovulate multiple times over that 24 hours in that both ovaries may release eggs, but she will not ovulate outside that 24 hour period. A woman cannot ovulate on two different times during her menstrual cycle.

Yes, you can ovulate three weeks after your period. Typically ovulation occurs two weeks before your period, if you have a very long cycle then that could be three weeks after your last period.

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