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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.

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Q: How do you no when you ovualte?
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When do women ovualte?

Within First 10 days after their menstral period.

Do you always have to ovualte to get pregnant?

Yes. Pregnancy begins with the fertilization of the egg (ovum, as in ovulate) by sperm. No egg, no pregnancy.

Can you ovualte right after your period?

It is possible but not likely. I don't know how often it happens but my mom ovulated about 4 days after her period when she became pregnant with my brother.

Is it normal to have your period for only two days?

Sometimes. It is also normal to not ovualte sometimes and to just be late. All kinds of things can do it, excercise, food, stress, medications or the best reason of all, just because!

Sex 2 days before period?

You can get pregnant if you have sex 2 days before your period. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period. It all depends on when you ovulate (release an egg). If you ovualte 2 days before your period then you are most likely to get pregnant then.

When do I ovualte?

That depends on your body. Most women have a 28 day cycle which means ovulation happens about day 14 of the cycle. You remain fertile until about day 18 which means if you have sex you could get pregnant. You also need to be aware that sperm lives 4-5 days in the uterus so if you had sex on day 11 and ovulated on day 14 you could get pregnant. Keep a calendar to figure out your cycle. The first day of your period is day one.

What weight if your anorexic do you lose your period?

Yes, being anorexic will delay your period. Menstruation only occurs when you ovulate, and you will only ovualte regularly when you are healthy. Starving your body will cause stress and ill-health which can result in your body delaying or stopping ovulation so there's no risk of you becoming pregnant at a time when your body isn't well enough to cope.