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How to calculate your periods?

Hey you….

Do you want to know how to start tracking your periods?
Well you're in luck because that's what I want to talk to you about. It's very important for every woman to have a basic understanding of how their bodies work. In this blog post you will learn how periods work in general and how you can calculate them.

Maybe you have a vacation planned or maybe plans with your friends. Knowing how to calculate your periods is an easy thing to do and it will give you the peace of mind you need to plan ahead.  Here's everything you need to know about calculating your periods, from the length of your cycle to the days you're most likely to ovulate.

Why calculate your period?
When you know when your period is coming, you can prepare in advance. It helps you to avoid any embarrassing mishaps, or to be prepared for potential pain control. You can also plan ahead for taking a day off work or making sure that you have all your supplies for period pain before you begin your cycle.

Your period is just one part of your menstrual cycle: The official term for the whole thing is the menstrual cycle (or menstrual phase), and when you add other phases like the follicular phase, luteal phase, and ovulation, the whole thing is called the ovarian cycle. Your cycle varies in length and consistency from woman to woman, but it usually takes about 28 days to complete. For most women the most common length of their menstrual cycle is 28 days, but it can range from 21 to 35 days. 

Here's how to calculate your periods
To calculate your period, count the first day of bleeding or spotting as day one. The average cycle is 28 days long, so counting from day one of your last period, mark each passing day on a calendar until you reach the first day of your next period. That number of days is your cycle length.

Do this for a few months and it will help you have a better understanding of your period cycle as well as your cycle length. Once you have figured it out, predicting when your next period will come will be as easy as ABC.

Here’s an example, if your last period began on July 14 and ended July 28, and today is August 15, you know that your menstrual cycle is about 26 days long. 

Now that you know how to calculate your cycle you can now plan for that vacation with your loved ones without having to stress about getting any surprises.

If you are suffering from period pains try out  our endometriosis combo which is a combo consisting of organic products that has been formulated to help reduce prolonged menstruation, severe pain, and abdominal pain.

When are you most fertile?
If you're trying to get pregnant, you might be interested in the days during your cycle that you're most likely to get pregnant. For you to get pregnant you need to ovulate. This means that your ovaries have released an egg and this egg is now traveling down the fallopian tubes towards the womb (uterus).

Ovulation is when a mature egg is released from the ovary. It usually happens about 14 days before your next period starts. To calculate when you’re going to ovulate, count back 14 days from the day your next period is due to start. This will give you an approximate idea of around when you will ovulate. It’s worth remembering that not everyone has a 28-day cycle and that it’s perfectly normal for cycles to be longer or shorter than this.

As you near ovulation, the level of hormones in your body will increase and your cervix will change to prepare for the possibility of pregnancy. Around day 14 when you are likely to ovulate, the mucus from your cervix will thicken and become less sticky, making it more difficult for sperm to attach to it.

If you are trying to conceive or struggling to conceive, we have products to help you with that. At yoni healing we have helped many people start their families with our products.  We think it would be worth your while to check out our Family fertility combo which is designed for both men and women to help improve Fertility.  We also have a Fertility cleanse combo for women which is a synergistic formula designed to help balance hormones and cleanse the blood and uterus from adhesions or blockages to allow your body to ovulate naturally.

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    Very informative ❤

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