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periodicity/pe·ri·o·dic·i·ty/ (pēr″e-ah-dis´ĭ-te) recurrence at regular intervals of time.
- the carrying out of certain functions on a regular basis.
- the interval between two peaks of activity in a cyclic process.
- the number of base pairs per turn of the double helix in DNA.
Patient discussion about periodicity
Q. i just have my period last november 25 and ended on 28.when is my possible fertile and ovulation period please help me identify my fertile and ovulation period
However there ways such as serial body temperature measuring, along with kits that measures the level of hormones in the urine in order to estimate the time of the coming ovulation, and help in timing intercourse.
You may read more about it here (www.mayoclinic.com/health/ovulation-signs/AN01521 ) but anyway, consulting a doctor (e.g. gynecologist) may be wise.
Q. can you get pregnant on your period? i know that you get pregnant when you ovulate and you ovulate in the middle of your menstration cycle, but people have told me that you can get pregnant on your period. can somebody help me out???
Q. how should i support my wife during this tough period?
it really depends on what kind of person is she and what she likes or not.