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Calculating My Period
Doctor can evaluate: The average cycle length (from the first day of one period to the first day of the next) is 28 days. Anything from 21-35 days is considered within normal limits. There are many causes for irregular periods. If you are having periods every two weeks, you might consider seeing your doctor for a full history and physical to determine what the cause could be. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I seen my period twice in September the 8 and 30 so when was i suppose to have seen it in October am not good with this calculating period?
Depends: If you have a regular cycle it is 22 days in length ( normal is any where from 21 from the start of one to the start of the next to 35 or 42 depending on your source) and your next period should start on about 10/22. There are some good apps for your phone to help with this. Hope this helps. ...Read more
For calculating ovulation days i need to add 14 days from the starting day of my last period date or from last day of my period to 14 days?
Ovulation: I am happy you are learning from this site. But, it is not so easy. But, counting a cycle: day one is the first day of your period. Always. ...Read more
Me and my partner tried to get a baby. we tried for two months, calculating the ovulation period,we both have proper weight. what could be the reason?
My period cylces are 31,32,33 days last month it was 28. calculating ovulation i can take the avrg of these days or i can calulte from last 28 cycle?
Menstruation: Ideally take the average of a few months in a row. ...Read more
Had my period twice in a 3wk frame, the first was a week long an the 2nd was 4 days. Do i start calculating my ovulation after the second period?
My period seems to start with very little flow. Do I still count the first day of "spotting" as the first day of my period when calculating ovulation?
Yes: As soon as the flow starts you count it as day 1. ...Read more
Why the ob's are calculating the due date based on LMP? Period can happen over pregnancy also,...how relevant is LMP then?
How can I calculate my menstrual cycle and "fertile" period? I am having hard time calculating the length of my menstrual cycle. Every time i get a different amount of time. I have a 2 year old daughter and now we are trying for a boy and i heard and read
The : The theory around timing of intercourse and gender of baby is this: 1. The y chromosome is smaller than the x chromosome - so sperm with y chromosomes swim faster. 2. If you have intercourse at the time of ovulation - the first sperm to get to the egg are the y containing sperm. 3. If you have intercourse before ovulation - the later sperm (supposedly x containing sperm) will be the ones hanging around waiting for the egg once it ovulates this is purely a theory and has not be proven. You are most fertile in the middle of your cycle, near ovulation. If you have 31-32 day cycles - you are most likely ovulating around cycle day 15-17. In general, i recommend starting to have intercourse every other day between cycle day 10 and 20. I hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes,but: Femilon is a combination estrogen/progesterone BCP that can be helpful in regulating your periods.With Femilon the last 7 pills of the 28 pill pack don't contain medication. Extended cycle or continuous pills may be more effective in reducing break thru bleeding. There are now 24-4 pills with only 4 days off medication and there are continuous pills with no placebos or only off every 90 days. ...Read more
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