On average, a woman will start her period 14 days after ovulation. However, every woman's cycle is different, and this should only be used as a guide. More »

A woman's egg lives in the uterus for 12 to 24 hours after ovulation. This short time period makes it critical to understand ovulation to increase chances of pregnancy. More »

It is possible for women with short menstrual cycles to get pregnant one day after their periods end. Women with longer menstrual cycles cannot get pregnant until later in their cycles. More »

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Cramping that occurs when a woman is not on her period can be attributed to ovulation, as stated by WebMD. When the body releases an egg, it can cause cramps on one side of the belly. These cramps are known as mittelschm... More »

A woman's period starts between 21 and 35 days from the first day of her last period, notes the Office on Women's Health. For teens, the cycle may be 21 to 45 days from the first day of their last period. The average men... More »

According to the Cleveland Clinic, the average woman's period lasts for 3 to 5 days. However, anywhere from 2 to 7 days is within the normal range. More »

Late ovulation is when a woman ovulates later than someone on a normal menstrual cycle. According to About.com, late ovulation is an ovulatory dysfunction that affects the quality of a woman's eggs, decreasing the chance... More »