5 facts about fertility and your cycle

Glow • Sat Nov 19. 2016

1. Approximately 35-50% of women experience cramps during menstruation. At least 10% of women suffer from cramps so intense that they cannot handle their normal range of activities.

2. During menstruation, women produce more testosterone which can stimulate sexual arousal.

3. Studies show that the menstrual cycle lasts 28 days, but cycle lengths can range from 21-35 days. And the millions of women on Glow menstruate approximately every 29 days. 

4. With every menstrual cycle a woman’s body prepares for a potential pregnancy, whether or not that is her intention.

5. On average, a woman loses 2 ounces of blood per period cycle.

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An Posted at Dec 27. 2016
Everytime i feel as if im pregnant my period sneeks up on me. Im mentally confused seeing so many having kids and i only have one. My son will be 14 soon and keeps saying he wants another sibling. Im 30 now when will it ever happen😢😢😢😢😢
Al Posted at Dec 22. 2016
My cycle has always been an average of 45 days...idk why. Could this keep me from getting pregnant?
Me Posted at Dec 22. 2016
Why would me average cycle be longer? It seems to be 31 days and not 28. It's sometime 30 and sometimes 32 but usually 31.