Women have cycles that are not all the same length but most women ovulate 14 days before a period is due. That is what makes the difference. At 7 weeks ultrasounds are accurate to within 3 days. At 20 weeks they are accurate within 5 days When I had my first pregnancy my cycle was 36 days which would mean my EDD would be 8 days early if my LMP was used, my US agreed with my cycle not my LMP. When I had my second pregnancy my cycle was 28 days and my ultrasound agreed with my LMP. So you are saying that the ultrasound is more accurate? Yes, the ultrasound is more accurate. I did go round the houses a bit to say it.
http://www.americanpregnancy.org/gettingpregnant/ovulationfaq.htmThis site says that it is possible to ovulate the day after pregnancy and that it is not accurate to say women ovulate 14 days after their period. Every woman is different and they ovulate at different times.
Ovulation occurs for the first time at different ages, some girls ovulate very young as early as 8 years old others do not ovulate until their teens.
where do the eggs goIf you get a total hysterectomy, the removal of the uterus including the cervix, you can still ovulate because the ovaries and fallopian tubes are still there. The eggs would just be reabsorbed into the body. If an oophorectomy is done, then you will not ovulate because the ovaries have been removed.READ A DIFFERENT ANSWER BY SLIPPERYSLOPE.See the answer to the question: Can you still have cramps years after having a hysterectomy? at the top of this page.
Yes of course you can, just remember everyone is different, you are not abnormal. But if you are concerned or want to ask questions ask your nurse/doctor, You can ovulate at any point during your cycle. Remember every girl goes through it.
Because they don't ovulate.
You can google "due date calculator" and work it in reverse until your get your conception date. Remember though, that these are approximate because the calculators assume that you ovulate on day 14 of your cycle but women can ovulate during a range of days around day 14.
It's difficult to give an accurate answer over the internet because it could be for many different reasons. It would be a good idea to speak to a doctor or nurse about it as there may be something they can do to lessen these problems or stop them altogether. It may be caused by a hormone imbalance
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.
For everyone it's different, but they should be about 28 days apart.
An average woman will ovulate sometime between days 14 and 18 of their cycle. Every woman is different.
Around the 14th day of the typical menstrual cycle is when a person is likely to ovulate. Everyone has different cycles however so some people may ovulate at different times than this.
No. The egg is only available for one day but you also have to remember that only 12% of all women ovulate on the same day every month so it can be that you ovulate on a different day then you think. If you have sex about 1 weeks before ovulation you can risk pregnancy though since the sperm can live inside you for up to one week.
No, if you are pregnant, you do not ovulate.
maybe. you can have periods and not ovulate and you can ovulate and not have periods.
You ovulate befor your cycle and after, but you do not start to ovulate for two to three days after.
Yes, you can ovulate when you have no cervix. The cervix is the opening to the uterus, whereas you ovulate from the ovary.
Yes, yes, and yes!
You ovulate befrore you period starts. Ovulation is when the egg drops from the ovary and goes down the tube. Your period is when your body sheds the egg and the extra linging it has built in the uterus. You have to ovulate to have a period. Unless you are using a hormonal birth control No, you don't necessarily ovulate just because you have your period.
A strong orgasm can make a woman ovulate again but normally a orgasm doesn't make her ovulate. Do remember that semen can live for 72 hours (3 days) in a female body. During that time you can get pregnant.
No, your period follows ovulation.
Yes, in fact that is often when women ovulate. During a typical 28 day cycle a woman will likely ovulate on day 14 of her cycle - so if a woman menstruates for 6 days, that would mean she would ovulate 8 days after her period. Unless a woman uses something such as fertility awareness method she cannot know for sure when she is fertile or ovulating - remember cycles change.
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.
No; a woman will not ovulate if she is pregnant.
No since the body does not need to ovulate when the purpose of ovulation has been achieved. Remember that one has a period because the body is moving an egg into the uterus for easier fertilization.
A doctor can help you set up a schedule where you have to pee on a stick for a few months to see when you ovulate. But remember that only 12% of all women ovulate on the same day each month and if you orgasm you can start ovulating again.