Thursday, January 21, 2010
Menstrual cycle begins on the first day of a period and ends just before the after that period starts. There is only a little number of days every month a woman can turn into pregnant. Ovulation occurs one time through a menstrual cycle and the ovum (egg) can live about 24 hours. Sperm can survive up to 5 days, so a woman is considered fertile a little days before ovulating. If you were to have interaction on a Monday and ovulate the following Saturday, it is very probable you can become pregnant without having had intercourse since Monday. Most women ovulate in the middle of their menstrual cycle, but this does not indicate it will forever be the same day throughout every cycle. If your menstrual cycles are flanked by 26 and 32 days long, it is very probable you can prevent pregnancy by track your cycle and knowing what days you are more probable to become pregnant. You can use a chart to check your cycle or you can acquire a product that can be more efficient, called Cycle Beads.