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When you come to menstruation now, there is a certain periodicity. Generally, the periodicity is calculated in 28 days. When we want to infer the next time when the menstrual period is the next time, we can do it through calculations and methods. How to care for the menstrual period and understand the changes in the body, so today I will share with you, how to calculate the menstrual cycle is correct.
   1. A complete menstrual cycle is from the first day of menstruation to the day before the next menstruation. A menstrual cycle is generally 28-30 days, and the normal range is 25-35 days. The menstrual period is generally 3-5 days, and the normal range is 2-7 days.
   2. Because of the differences in female physique, the length of the menstrual cycle of different women varies, some will be advanced, and some will be delayed. Generally, 7 days before or after 7 days are considered normal. In addition, women who have a menstrual period in three months will naturally have a menstrual cycle that exceeds the above-mentioned normal range, but as long as their menstrual cycle can maintain a certain regularity, it is also normal.
   3. The menstrual cycle is also called the ovarian cycle. It is divided into the follicular phase before ovulation and the luteal phase after ovulation. Then the menstrual cycle can be divided into four stages, including follicular phase, ovulation phase, luteal phase and menstrual period. It is more accurate to count them when calculating. The following menstrual cycle is calculated based on 28-30 days.
   4. The follicular phase occurs on the 5-14th day of the menstrual cycle, from the 5th day of menstruation to the day of ovulation. During this period, under the influence of follicle stimulating hormone, the level of estrogen in the body rises significantly, the follicles gradually mature, and the endometrium thickens.
   Ovulation refers to the process of maturation and discharge of egg cells. A woman’s ovulation day is generally 14-16 days before the next menstruation. The ovulation day and the 5 days before and 4 days after the ovulation together are the ovulation period. The rest of the time except the menstrual period is the safe period.
The luteal phase refers to the day before menstruation after ovulation, which occurs on the 15th-29th day of the menstrual cycle. During this period, the ovaries secrete progesterone to maintain the thickened endometrium to facilitate the implantation of the fertilized egg. If there is no fertilization, it will degenerate after about 14 days. At this time, it is manifested as female menstrual cramps.
   The menstrual period is from the first day of menstrual cramps to the end of menstruation, which occurs in 1-5 days of the menstrual cycle. When the hormone in the body drops to an extremely low level, the hypertrophic endometrium bleeds and falls off, causing menstrual bleeding. Normal menstrual blood is dark red, and a few blood clots can be seen.

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