Melody answered Friday November 10 2006, 11:25 am: Usually the only way to literally calculate the day your period will come and end is by being on birth control. It's idiot proof, because it's right there on the pill case. If you have a very regular period though, it may be easier. Keep in mind some women have 3 day periods while others have 7 day periods. Others have 28 days in between there periods while other have 18 or 30 something. The first month in calculating your period is simply just finding out how long your period is and how many days are in between. After that, get a calender and count the days out by how many days are in between. Then you'll know. [ Melody's advice column | Ask Melody A Question ]
Nallie answered Friday November 10 2006, 7:57 am: Since you are not asking about birth control...I don't see where one of the previous answers even applies. And since when is 28 days two weeks? LOL Anyway, the length between periods vary for different females but the average is 28 days, It could be 21-30 days however. The first day of your period is considered the first day of the menstrual cycle so your calculations should start from that day. [ Nallie's advice column | Ask Nallie A Question ]
Browneyes006 answered Thursday November 9 2006, 11:31 pm: always start them on sunday. they wront be so cufusing becouse. 28 days prety much 2 weeks. from sunday you get refill few days before so you start take them on a sunday and when u stop taken them it be on a sunday and then week come you start.. I hope I help :) [ Browneyes006's advice column | Ask Browneyes006 A Question ]
chicacaliente answered Thursday November 9 2006, 9:45 pm: OK well when your period starts you count another 28 days, and that is when it will start again. And when it ends, anf if you count another 28 days, that si when it will end the next time you get it. This is what happens to me anyways. Hope i helped! :) Good luck! [ chicacaliente's advice column | Ask chicacaliente A Question ]
sizzlinmandolin answered Thursday November 9 2006, 9:44 pm: Day 1 is the first day you get your period. You should get it 28 days after that.
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