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Typically with the pill, you will ovulate the day you stop taking your actual pills and take a blank. This would be the begining of your menstrual cycle, just before you begin to bleed. ****HOWEVER, I do not have a PhD and I will not be liable if somebody were to get pregnant based on my answer.*** If you are very serious about finding out, there are tests located at the store next to the pregnancy tests which will predict your ovulation time. These can be inaccurate. A age old way to tell... take your temperature every single day at the exact same time and record your temperature somewhere. After doing this for 30 days you should look back on the temps and notice 2-3 days when your temperature suddenly changed, usually this is when you were ovulating. That is ancient but I would say most reliable. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask!

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Ovulation is usually suppressed when taking the combination Birth Control pill as it prevents the release of an egg. However, with progestin-only pills, ovulation is not consistently suppressed, and ovulation can occur at any time during the menstrual cycle. It is important to take the pill consistently and as directed to ensure effectiveness in preventing pregnancy.

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Can women ovulate twice in one month?

It is uncommon but possible for some women to ovulate twice in one month. This phenomenon is known as "ovulation twice in one cycle" or "double ovulation." It typically occurs due to hormonal fluctuations, but it does not happen regularly for most women.

Can you still ovulate if you only have a 3 day period?

Yes, it is possible to ovulate with a 3-day period. The length of your period does not determine if you ovulate or not. Ovulation typically occurs around the middle of your menstrual cycle, regardless of the length of your period.

Can you still ovulate while your on your period?

It is unlikely to ovulate while on your period, as ovulation typically occurs around the middle of the menstrual cycle. However, it is not impossible for some women to ovulate during their period, especially if they have irregular cycles.

Can you ovulate the day after your period ends?

It is less likely to ovulate the day after your period ends, but everyone's cycle can vary. Ovulation typically occurs around the middle of the menstrual cycle, but it is still possible to get pregnant if you have a shorter cycle and ovulate earlier. Tracking your cycle using methods such as basal body temperature or ovulation predictor kits can help determine when you are most fertile.

If you are on the 3-month pill why do you still get your period?

The 3-month pill is designed to reduce the frequency of periods to once every three months, but some breakthrough bleeding or spotting may still occur. This can happen due to changes in hormone levels or other factors like missed pills or interactions with other medications. If you are experiencing unexpected bleeding, it's a good idea to consult with your healthcare provider.

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If you are ovulating and on the pill will you get pregnant?

The point of the pill is to prevent pregnancy all together. A "time frame" of when you can get pregnant will depend on YOU and how well you follow instructions to taking the pill. (take it the same time every day, don't miss pills, use back up form of contraception when switching pills, when first starting the pill, or while on anti-biotics, know what to do if you miss three pills in a row, etc).

When do you ovulate if you're on the birth control pill?

Normally a woman does not ovulate while taking the birth control pill. This is the birth control pill's primary method of action.

Do you still ovulate on the pill?

Birth control pill will prevent you from ovulating.

I ovulate every month but i didn't ovulate this month does that mean im pregnant?

no, did you get your period?

You took the first 6 pills of your pack and none after can you still ovulate on time to get pregnant?

You can still ovulate to get pregnant. This is possible because you only took the first 6 pills of your pill pack. Once you have stopped taking your pills, you can still ovulate similar to the situation if you missed a pill or two by accident. You can still get pregnant these ways.

Why do you only ovulate every other month?

If it is a normal ovary, and the human has normal cycles, it will ovulate every month.

How do you pergant fast after 3 month miscarge?

The same way you did the first time. There is no way to hurry it up, just focus on about the week before you ovulate and when you ovulate and have sex then.

Can you ovulate on the depo after 1 month of it?


Is there a birth control pill that you can take once a month?

no, but if you have a hard time remembering the pill I suggest the patch.

Do you ovulate at the exact same time every month with a regular period... Is is possible to be a few days early or late with regards to ovulation?

Most women do not ovulate on the same day each month but rather around the same day. There is a very easy way to learn when you ovulate. See related link.

Why would one not get pregnant yet after stopping the pill one month prior?

You can really on get pregnant about 2-3 days out of your entire cycle. You may not have ovulated yet after stopping your pill. If you did ovulate, you may not have had sex on the appropriate day. If you did fertilize an egg, sometimes they do not implant for one reason or another. Keep trying, track your cycles and try to pinpoint when you ovulate. Have sex every other day around your ovulation time to try to maximize your chances.

If you stop taking the pill and did ovulate when should you get your period?

in approx. 14 days.