The Right Way To Calculate And Predict Menstruation In the Next Month

Every woman of childbearing age will at least menstruate once a month. However, not all women can predict the arrival of their monthly guests. Even if you already know in advance when your menstruation starts, you will realize more quickly if you arrive late in the month. This will not only be useful if you are planning a pregnancy, but also at the same time to detect possible health problems. So, how to calculate the correct menstrual cycle?

What is the menstrual cycle?

 How to calculate the menstrual cycle as follows: Starting from the first day of your menstrual blood coming out this month. This means that brown spots or spots that usually appear a few days before menstruation are not included in your menstrual cycle.
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Take the first day of your menstruation this month on the 15th of August, don’t forget to mark on the calendar. Next, wait until your period ends. When you are menstruating next month again, record the date again, for example on September 12. This is the beginning of your new menstrual cycle.

Then calculate the span of time between the first day of your previous period (the 15th) until one day before your next menstruation (September 11). Don’t count until the 12th because on that day, you have menstruated again so that this will count into the next menstrual cycle.

After counting from 15 August to 11 September is 28 days. This day distance shows your menstrual cycle, which is every 28 days.

So, how to calculate irregular menstrual cycles?

For those of you who have irregular menstrual cycles, you may be confused to determine how to calculate the menstrual cycle. For example, your menstrual cycle this month per 30 days but the next cycle turns out to be faster per 25 days, or even longer for 35 days.
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Actually, the way to calculate regular and irregular menstrual cycles remains the same, really. The key is to calculate the time span between the first day of your period this month until the day before your next period.

The difference is, you who have irregular menstruation is recommended to record your menstrual cycle for at least six consecutive months then for the average. Now, the results you get are the standard for your menstrual cycle.

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