You are probably not ovulating if you haven't had a period. But you ovulate before you have your period so you could start at anytime. If you second child is still really young or you are breast feeding, this could be the reason you haven't had a period yet. If your child is a few months old and you aren't breast feeding, talk to your doctor. They may be able to help you begin to ovulate and have periods. Not having a period isn't normally healthy. If you don't want anymore kids, don't use not having a period as Birth Control. It may not work.
When you say 'no longer' perhaps you are menopausal.
As hormones fluctuate so much around this time as a 'rule of thumb' if you are under 50 use contraception for 2 years after your last period, if you are 50 and over use contraception for one year after your last period.
If you are having them between periods, you could be ovulating. Some women can feel when they are ovulating so you might be one of them.
Yes because you don't know when you're ovulating. But you may also not be ovulating, so it could go either way.
It may. Having a period for only one day could be a sign that you are not ovulating. Please see a reproductive endocrinologist. They would better be able to diagnose a infertility problem.
A woman has her period after ovulating, if the egg does not get fertilized. It is possible to ovulate more than once in between periods, and some girls can begin ovulating before their first period. So, it is *possible* to have ovulated and to not have had a period. When women's body weight drops too low, they stop having periods, and stop ovulating, to try to preserve the little body weight they have. However, no matter the reason for missing periods, you could ovulate at any time, and you wouldn't have the period until 2 weeks later, so you can't bank on not ovulating.
That depends what you mean but if a couple have sex and the woman is ovulating (on her period) she could become pregnant.
Having a period two weeks ago means most likely you were not pregnant at that time. Knowing that you are now ovulating, right on schedule is another strong indication that you are not pregnant.
Yes, although you could just be ovulating because many women spot when they are ovulating. If you miss your next period, take a test
Before having kids I could not tell. But now I always have clear vaginal discharge and pain on the side of wich I am ovulating. But like I said I never could feel or see a difference before having going thru labor or birth.
Not having periods every month could indicate a number of things. If you are a teenager, it could mean that your body is still starting to regulate itself. If you are over 40, you might be in peri-menopause, meaning that you are about ready to stop ovulating. Depending on the woman, peri-menopause can take several years. If you don't eat well, or you have an eating disorder, you might stop having periods. If you are sexually active and you stop having periods, it could mean you are pregnant unless you are starting peri-menopause or full-blown menopause.
you could be pregnant Hello. You may not be ovulating or have PCOS or be suffering from severe irregular periods. See your doctor for blood tests and see a gynocologist.
If they were regular before this incident they should probably go to the doctor but if they are new to having periods it could just be they have irregular periods!
It was in the news a few weeks ago, A man raped a 10 year old girl and she is now pregnant If a ten or eleven year old is having her periods this means she is ovulating and can get pregnant. Womens bodies clean out their system once a month, and usually this is when the egg from ovulation is cleaned from the vaginal area. The period, of course also releases all the bad blood or bad chemicals that are in the body and this is how the period works. So if she is having her monthly periods then she is ovulating every month as well and can get pregnant.