Menstrual Calendar for Women

Understanding and adaptation to the menstrual calendar.

Only women know by many changes in the body when they are in “those days,” days that, month after month, arrive with discomforts and disorders. That is why keeping track of all your “days” becomes essential, as you have the opportunity to start a good and healthy routine every month.

There is a thousand and one way to take control, that menstrual calendar can be done to the backing of a notebook, on your computer, tablet, cell phone, or even from the web; Well, although we know this is a medium in which you can find a lot of options where they detail everything related to the productive life of women.

The realization of this calendar should consider that the average duration of a woman’s menstrual cycle is 28 days; although in some women may vary, and this can be from 24 to 35 days, this variation is not considered abnormal and looks very regularly.

By detailing the days when your menstrual period starts and when it ends month to month, it is possible to get control over what the next date will be; if you find disorders or irregularities with the arrival of your menstrual period, it will help provide more security and control at the time of having sex, as not only is informed of the days when it will arrive, but the information is obtained on which are the most fertile.

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What are the days when you are most fertile, or the days you are at risk?

At what time is the fertility period?

The days before ovulation is the only period in which the woman can become pregnant; however, it is not easy to pinpoint it accurately; in most women, ovulation occurs between 10 and 16 days before the next period. So miso is not correct to say that on day 14 of the menstrual cycle, women are fertile because not all women have a process of 28 days; this is then where this does not apply to those who have longer or shorter cycles.