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27 Dec 2017
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Dr. Meera Mohan

answered on 11 months ago

The menstrual cycle starts on the first day of the menstrual period (referred to as day one) and ends the day before the next period begins. While the length of the menstrual cycle is often 28 days, it can vary between women and from one cycle to the next. It is common for women to experience cycles that last anywhere from 20 to 40 days. Cycles longer than six weeks are considered unusual. 

Your cycle begins on the first day you have regular bleeding. Spotting doesn’t count. For example, Cycle Day 1 is the first day of your period; Cycle Day 2 is the second day of your period, Cycle Day 3 is the third day of your menstrual flow, and so forth.

As an example, create sample menstrual calendar for the month of January. Let’s say you had spotting on January 3rd, but you didn’t have regular bleeding until the next day. The first day of your menstrual period would be January 4th. The first day of your period is also called “Cycle Day 1”.

Ovulation happens 14 days before you start your period. Once you’ve ovulated an egg is only viable for a day, so 24 hours after ovulation you’ve missed your most fertile time. In fact a ten year study found that having sex starting 6 days prior to ovulation is the most conducive to achieving conception.

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Dr. Meera Mohan

answered on 11 months ago

The menstrual cycle starts on the first day of the menstrual period (referred to as day one) and ends the day before the next period begins. While the length of the menstrual cycle is often 28 days, it can vary between women and from one cycle to the next. It is common for women to experience cycles that last anywhere from 20 to 40 days. Cycles longer than six weeks are considered unusual. 

Your cycle begins on the first day you have regular bleeding. Spotting doesn’t count. For example, Cycle Day 1 is the first day of your period; Cycle Day 2 is the second day of your period, Cycle Day 3 is the third day of your menstrual flow, and so forth.

As an example, create sample menstrual calendar for the month of January. Let’s say you had spotting on January 3rd, but you didn’t have regular bleeding until the next day. The first day of your menstrual period would be January 4th. The first day of your period is also called “Cycle Day 1”.

Ovulation happens 14 days before you start your period. Once you’ve ovulated an egg is only viable for a day, so 24 hours after ovulation you’ve missed your most fertile time. In fact a ten year study found that having sex starting 6 days prior to ovulation is the most conducive to achieving conception.

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Dr. Meera Mohan

answered on 11 months ago

The menstrual cycle starts on the first day of the menstrual period (referred to as day one) and ends the day before the next period begins. While the length of the menstrual cycle is often 28 days, it can vary between women and from one cycle to the next. It is common for women to experience cycles that last anywhere from 20 to 40 days. Cycles longer than six weeks are considered unusual. 

Your cycle begins on the first day you have regular bleeding. Spotting doesn’t count. For example, Cycle Day 1 is the first day of your period; Cycle Day 2 is the second day of your period, Cycle Day 3 is the third day of your menstrual flow, and so forth.

As an example, create sample menstrual calendar for the month of January. Let’s say you had spotting on January 3rd, but you didn’t have regular bleeding until the next day. The first day of your menstrual period would be January 4th. The first day of your period is also called “Cycle Day 1”.

Ovulation happens 14 days before you start your period. Once you’ve ovulated an egg is only viable for a day, so 24 hours after ovulation you’ve missed your most fertile time. In fact a ten year study found that having sex starting 6 days prior to ovulation is the most conducive to achieving conception.

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Dr. Meera Mohan

answered on 11 months ago

The menstrual cycle starts on the first day of the menstrual period (referred to as day one) and ends the day before the next period begins. While the length of the menstrual cycle is often 28 days, it can vary between women and from one cycle to the next. It is common for women to experience cycles that last anywhere from 20 to 40 days. Cycles longer than six weeks are considered unusual. 

Your cycle begins on the first day you have regular bleeding. Spotting doesn’t count. For example, Cycle Day 1 is the first day of your period; Cycle Day 2 is the second day of your period, Cycle Day 3 is the third day of your menstrual flow, and so forth.

As an example, create sample menstrual calendar for the month of January. Let’s say you had spotting on January 3rd, but you didn’t have regular bleeding until the next day. The first day of your menstrual period would be January 4th. The first day of your period is also called “Cycle Day 1”.

Ovulation happens 14 days before you start your period. Once you’ve ovulated an egg is only viable for a day, so 24 hours after ovulation you’ve missed your most fertile time. In fact a ten year study found that having sex starting 6 days prior to ovulation is the most conducive to achieving conception.

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