The first sign of a fertility cycle is the start of your period.
The second is when your period starts to wane.
So how do you know when your cycle is at its peak?
That’s what Dr. Robert K. Kocher, an obstetrician and gynecologist at the Mayo Clinic, wants to know.
He has studied fertility cycles for decades and is one of the leading experts on how to determine your peak period.
“It’s very difficult to say definitively what your peak is,” Kochers told me.
But he says a key part of determining peak fertility is knowing your cycle length.
“If you can identify that you’re at the end of your cycle, then you’re in a great place to be,” Kocaher said.
The longer your cycle the higher your chances of getting pregnant.
The more days you have in your cycle you’re more likely to get pregnant, he said.
But you can’t just predict your peak to a month.
There’s a lot more to it than that.
If you’re really lucky, your peak will be within a few days of your last menstrual period.
For instance, if your period was three days shorter than your last, that means your peak would be within about six days of the last day of your menstrual cycle.
In that case, it would be a good idea to consider getting pregnant in early February.
But there are other things to consider.
Kocahers said it’s possible to predict your fertility peak by looking at your period length and your monthly number of menstrual cycles.
For example, if you have three consecutive monthly periods and your cycle runs six days, you’re probably in a good place to have a baby.
“What’s the most likely number of cycles to give birth in a given year?”
The most likely range is 3.5 to 7 cycles per year.
Kuchar said this is because the longer the cycle the more likely you are to have one.
“So if you’ve been on the cycle longer, you have a higher chance of having two kids,” Kuchars said.
Kucher said this cycle-by-cycle number is a good indication that you may have an average or peak period, and that the more cycles you have, the less likely you’re to have an “average” or a “peak” cycle.
The best way to find out how many cycles you’re likely to have is to look at your birth chart.
“The birth chart is a pretty good predictor of fertility,” Kuchers said.
“When you’re looking at the birth chart, you know what your average cycle length is.
If your average is three, then your cycle could be three months.
That’s the way you know you’re getting pregnant.”
That’s why it’s important to have regular, regular checkups.
“You can’t take your cycle for granted,” Kochar said.
So if you can predict your cycle and are getting pregnant, you can plan a fertility checkup that will make sure your period is at a normal and sustainable level.
“Most women will tell you if you don’t have regular checkup appointments you’re not getting pregnant,” Kocheff said.
It’s important that you see a doctor before your next appointment.
“Some doctors will take two weeks to perform a fertility exam,” Kachar said, and others will wait for you to give your pelvic exam.
“But you can be pretty confident if you know they’re going to be doing an examination that’s going to give you a good baseline,” Kichar said about the time between an exam and a fertility test.
A couple weeks before you’re scheduled for your next checkup, check the pregnancy test results on your phone.
The results should be positive.
If they’re not, you might be pregnant and need a fertility appointment.
You can also ask a friend or relative to go with you to the doctor.
It can be expensive to get a fertility clinic visit, but Kucharian said it can be cheaper to do a monthly test for your fertility.
Kocha said it takes about six months for a normal cycle to go into a full cycle.
“Fertility peaks are usually when the average period length is at the beginning of your fertile window,” K.K. said.
That means the average number of days between your last period and your next cycle is about six or seven days, Kuchary said.
Another way to tell if your cycle might be in peak shape is to ask about your monthly cycle.
Kachary said most women with a normal menstrual cycle will have their monthly cycle at about one month, while those with irregular cycles will have it at around six months.
Kocheber said that if you’re thinking about getting pregnant while you’re still ovulating, it’s probably best to start with a regular cycle and see how it goes.
“A healthy, fertile,