Menstrual cycle

The period of the menstrual cycle is 28 days. But in some cases, in some women, this period may be prolonged and longer or shorter.

The period of the menstrual cycle is 28 days. But in some cases, in some women, this period may be prolonged and longer or shorter.

The 14th day before getting menstruation is the day of ovulation, the so-called most fertile day. Consequently, fertile days are considered 12 to 16 days of the cycle, that is, 2 days before and then from the day of ovulation (because the sperm can survive in the vagina up to 48 hours).

There are many ways to determine the day of ovulation. One of the most common ways is:
Measurement of basal temperature, which is increased in the phase of ovulation

Take a casserole.

Warning:
It is very important to calculate ovulation, that is fertile days, to have regular menstruation, because if you have irregular periods for any reason (hormonal disorder, cysts) you will not be able to accurately calculate when your fertile days are.