Can You Ovulate 8 Days after Your Period?

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For women with a 28-day cycle, the 14th day is often the day of ovulation. Others have to figure out when their next period is due to begin and count back 12 to 16 days to find out when they will be ovulating.
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Women are fertile during ovulation. It is difficult to know exactly when ovulation is going to occur. Doctors recommend that couples who are trying to have a baby have intercourse between days 7 and 20 of a woman's menstrual cycle.
The number of days after period you will ovulate can vary depending on the woman. Typically a woman will begin ovulation 14.6 days after the beginning of her last menstrual cycle.
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