Can a menstrual cycle that changes between 31-36 days still be considered normal? How do you know when you are fertile?
No Worry! Yes, its normal – Not too abnormal, no. Perhaps your average is 31 days and you vary 2-3 days around that. The only way to know is to keep track of it for a year and then calculate the average. It does not need to be 28 days, and you don’t need to always have the same number of days either, as long as it varies around an average.
During a normal menstrual cycle, the lining of a woman’s uterus sheds. This period cycle is part of a woman’s reproductive system and prepares the body for a possible pregnancy. It is also known as period, menses or cycle.
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Fertile days can be determined by: ~ period cycle calculator
-Doctor can ask urine LH test, this test happen if there is a peak the next day will “lay eggs”, eggs last for 24 hours, sperm in a woman’s vagina still survives for 3×24 hours, so if you want to get pregnant when the urine LH test peaks, that night you have intercourse if don’t want to get pregnant then don’t have
- see cervical mucus (taken using an inserted finger) 👇
If it’s clear like egg white, you can pull the thread, when it’s fertile, the picture on the bottom right and bottom:
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