The Fertile Period Does Not Match The Calculation Date?
Noon I want to ask again. Then I have asked this but the same answer as Dr. Nina Harsati is actually a way to calculate the duration of the previous session. So it doesn’t answer my question. I have already downloaded the application to get pregnant quickly and record menstruation to calculate the fertile period. Every month I always write when my period is going to know when it’s fertile. But the signs of my fertile period are not according to the date huh. For example menstruation on the 26th, next month menstruation on the 23rd, fertility on the 9th. Well, my signs are the fertile period, there is a date 4, yes. On the 9th, there wasn’t even a sign. I have often read the signs of rich fertility and when it happens, which is 14 days before menstruation before. Please help with the explanation, why is my sbur not rich in calculations. My period went well, the cycle was regular
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We apologize for your inconvenience. The fertile period is one of the periods in a woman's menstrual cycle where at this time, the woman has the highest possibility to get pregnant. Knowing the fertile period is very important both for those who want to have children, and who do not want to have children by avoiding sexual intercourse during these times.
Physically, the fertile period is marked by an increase in body temperature, discharge that has clear, slippery and elastic characteristics, mild to severe pain in the abdomen or back, also the feeling of more outgoing, more energetic and easier to socialize, although maybe not all women in the fertile period feels all these signs.
Regarding your question, the fertile period is closely related to the process of ovulation, or the process of release of eggs from the ovaries. This ovulation process itself can occur between 12-14 days before the first day of the next menstruation. So it was certainly not saklek 14 days beforehand. It could be 12 days or 13 days. While the fertile period itself occurs five days before ovulation. That's what led to the conclusion that the fertile period has a range, and the range is between 2-7 days.
Therefore, in your case, it is natural that the sign that you feel is on the 4th when your count indicates the 9th because it is still in the range. In the explanation that our colleague also said that the fertile period is a range, not a definite day. That way, you don't need to worry too much about the calculation, because the important thing is to increase the frequency of sexual intercourse during these times. So, hopefully answering your question.