reproductive health


Question by  bmshany4 (21)

Where do menstruation and ovulation come on your cycle?

I mean, can you determine when ovulation comes based on menstruation?


Answer by  kirri (478)

A womans cycle begins on day one of menstruation. Generally most womens cycles are on a twenty-eight day cycle. One cycle is the begining of mestruation to the begining day of your next menstruation. Ovulation is in the middle of your cycle on day fourteen in a fourteen day cycle.


Answer by  monkeyz (3150)

If you have an average, predictable cycle of 28 days, you can assume that you might ovulate at day 14 and menstruate at day 28. Generally speaking, you could assume that you will ovulate two weeks after your period starts. But actually it may vary greatly from person to person.


Answer by  Heather726 (257)

If you have a normal 28 day cycle, ovulation will come 14 days after the first day of menstruation. Ovulation will last about 2 days. But, this is only if you have a 28 day cycle. It is best to keep a calendar of your cycle to know for sure.


Answer by  elb (1105)

The time from menstruation to ovulation is often regular but varies from person to person. It is about 10 to 14 days. It can be predicted with moderate success based on cervical mucous and basal temperature; most people prefer getting training in these methods. Some people have highly variable cycles.

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