Periods while Pregnant

Why would a woman have short menstrual cycles?


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2006-09-02 00:05:42
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Eveyryone is different. It's like why would a woman have big boobs or brown hair or blue eyes.

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This depends entirely on the individual woman's menstrual cycle. To determine 'safe days' a woman would have to use fertility awareness method to track her cycles.

NO, herpes doesn't affect the reproductive system or menstrual cycles. Usually it's PMS that would trigger a break out.

Typically a woman will ovulate 14 days before menstruation - but everyone is different and menstrual cycles can change all the time, you would need to use ovulation testing kits or fertility awareness methods to determine exactly when you ovulate.

This depends entierly on your menstrual cycle.Typically ovulation occurs 14 days before menstruation, so during the average 28 day cycle that would put ovulation on day 14 - a woman is also fertile up to a week before ovulation. However everyone's menstrual cycles are different so a longer cycle would mean ovulation occuring later than day 14, also the lutenal phase (between ovulation and menstruation) can differ too. Menstrual cycles are also rarely always the same length.Unless a woman uses fertility awareness method to monitor her cycles on a daily basis then there is no way for her to know for sure when she is fertile or not, guessing when she ovulates or is fertile based on past cycles is known as Rhythm Method and completely unreliable as cycles can change.

A spayed female is almost the exact same as a spayed person. Although the ability to procreate is no longer possible. They still go through menstrual cycles like a woman does

The theory that when women live together, their menstrual cycles become synchonized, has been debunked. It is nothing more than an old wives' tale, or an urban legend. Since human menstrual cycles don't synchronize, I don't see why human-feline menstrual cycles would synchronize, either. It is, of course, possible that your cat goes into heat at around the same time that you have your period, but if that is the case, then it is just a coincidence.

ANSWERIf you are 16 and if you have regular menstrual cycles - your chances for pregnancy are same as for any woman. Each woman after unprotected sex have 50% to become pregnant.In general you have fertile and not-fertile days during whole menstrual cycle. If you would like to know more about fertile days, safer sex, secure protection and more - visit recommended site.

A menstrual cycle calendar can be found at most medical websites as well as parental planning or other similar websites. Asking a local physician or nurse about menstrual cycles would also be helpful.

Menstrual period refers to menstruation or your period, which is the start of your menstrual cycle. If you're referring to mid-cycle then midway through the menstrual cycle is typically when a woman would ovulate.

Normally, a woman normally releases ONE egg per menstrual cycle. On occasion, a woman will release two, which would result in fraternal twins if both eggs are fertilized.

Which medication you would take would depend on why your menstrual cycles are irregular. There are many possible reasons for irregular cycles, your doctor should run tests to determine the cause then discuss treatment options with you.

When you're fertile depends on your menstrual cycles - unless you use fertility awareness method you can't know when you are fertile. During a typical 28 day cycle a woman would be fertile around days 7-16 of their menstrual cycle, so potentially fertile two days after menstruation.

The term fertile means when you are able to get pregnant. During a typical menstrual cycle of 28 days a woman would likely be fertile between days 7-16 of the menstrual cycle.

An ultrasound would be the best way for you to determine how far along the pregnancy is.

Are you counting by the calendar days? Usually the cycle is in sync with the phases of the moon, meaning you will have 13 cycles a year, not once a month which would be 12 cycles.

A woman who is unhealthily underweight may stop getting her periods (i.e., someone with an eating disorder or who has been starving). There are also women with very irregular cycles for various different reasons (some hormonal, some genetic).

They would make sure they have supplies like pads or menstrual cups with them at all times so they're always prepared and note when they get their periods or see other changes in their cycles. They tell their parents and think about how they want to celebrate. It's also important they learn about menstruation, menstrual cycles, and puberty.

When a girl ovulates depends on her own menstrual cycle. During an average menstrual cycle a woman will ovulate two weeks before menstruation, but cycles can differ greatly from one person to the next and change from cycle to cycle. To determine when a girl ovulates she would have to use ovulation testing kits of fertility awareness methods.

Your periods aren't determined by the dates on the calendar, they are determined by your menstrual cycles and your cycles will never perfectly sync up with the calendar months. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days which is shorter than a month, cycles can change, and months aren't all the same lengths - there's no reason at all to think your period would always occur on the same day every month.

You may be experiencing some non-menstrual bleeding, which can be normal. Especially if you are taking birth control and have missed a dose or two. Cycles are not always regular, and menstruation can occur every 3 to 8 weeks. If your bleeding continues for more than a week, it would be prudent to seek medical attention.

The differential temp on the thermostat is set too close or your are short of refrigerant. I would have it looked at soon, short cycling is not good for the compressor.

You know your period is coming by keeping track of your menstrual cycles so that you can better predict when your periods are due, or better still would be to use fertility awareness to monitor your cycles daily so you know exactly where you are in your cycle. Your body changes throughout your menstrual cycles so monitoring changes such as changes to discharge lets you know when you're about to start your period, everyone has their own unique cues that tell them when their periods are about to start.

Short. No time, no seasons, no crops, no food, no animal cycles.

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