in a 28 day cycle menstruation the days 11 to 14 are considered unsafe u may decide according to ur own cycle
of course not, menstruation occurs on the 14th day not the ovulation, and I say that the start of the menstrual cycle is actually menstruation.
The average menstrual cycle last 28 days. The first day of the menstrual cycle is the first day of menstruation. About one fourth of the whole cycle is menstruation.
Well you will actually not know. So first you need to know the last day of your menstruation. So just for example you claim that the last day was March 25, count 28 days after the last day of your menstruation. So, the next date is: April 22.
When you count ten days from the day your menstruation started is safe. Linda Adams
Of course you can.
Usually two weeks after day 1 of menstruation is day 14. On day 14 ovulation usually occurs when the Graafian Follicle releases the mature egg into the fallopian tube.
The symptoms typically start a day or two before menstruation, usually ending when menstruation actually begins.
The tenth day after Rosh Hashanah is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.
Yes you can. As it can be quite messy, we usually put a red towel under us for left over blood stains and etc. There is no harm in it and it usually relieves cramping also for the girl. the first five days when she bleeds during her menstruation and the next four days are safe for sex.but the first 5 days are usually avoided because of the bleeding.the next ten days which is from the 11 day from the day of bleedin to the 20 is unsafe as she usually ovulates during the 14 day.and the egg is viable for a day.so to avoid pregnancy it is counted unsafe til the 20.the next eight days is again counted as safe. 1st - 5th day-it is the bleeding period 6th - 10th day-safe period 11th - 20th day-UNSAFE 21st - 28th day-safe period.
your period or starting of becoming a woman