Ovulation occurs 15 days before your period arrive. You ovulated around day 19.
A fertility days calculator can help determine the time of ovulation with more accuracy.
It depends on the reason your periods stopped. If your hormones are functioning properly you have a period about two weeks after you ovulate, if you are not pregnant.
Menstruation Cycle!! Or known as periods!!
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.
No, they haven't. And women's safe periods isn't that safe either.
The starting AND ending of your periods. :)
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.
Women have menstrual periods because this is a part of our reproductive cycle. Every cycle we ovulate and the uterus builds-up to prepare for possible pregnancy to care for the fetus, if a woman doesn't fall pregnant then the uterus lining sheds so it can start a fresh next cycle.
You DON'T....it is different for every woman & you CAN get pregnant immediatley after giving birth! After a few cycles your body should be back to the way it was before the pregnancy and your cycle should be about the same & you should ovulate at about the same time you used to in your cycle before having the baby.
Technically no, but it depends on when you ovulate - sperm can last in the uterus for up to 5 days, and if you ovulate very early in your cycle, then it is technically possible to fall pregnant. But highly unlikely. Average cycle is 28 days long, the first day of your period is the first day of your cycle, so if your period is 5 days long and you have sex on the last day of you period, the sperm can live until day 12 of your cycle. Most women with a 28-day cycle will ovulate on day 14 of their cycle, so you can see how it could be possible to fall pregnant during your period. You usually ovulate 14 days before the start of your new period.
YES you can still ovulate without a menstrual cycle. Also you can still get pregnant without a period.
Your period is how your body gets rid of the "food" for the embryo should you become pregnant. It takes about 2 weeks from the start of your period for your body to make enough "food" for the egg to drop into. It is different for everybody, but generally around twe weeks after the start of your last period.