How to Calculate your safe period to avoid pregnancy

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HOW TO TIME SEX TO PREVENT PREGNANCY

After getting a LOYAL partner; you ought to know briefly on how to calculate the safe period or infertile phase which will help you figure out when to have unprotected sex to avoid pregnancy.

Don’t worry I gat you covered🥂

DEFINING SAFE PERIOD

Safe period is defined as the portion of the menstrual cycle of the human female during which conception is least likely to occur and which usually includes several days immediately before and after the menstrual period and the period itself.

The best method is the CALENDAR METHOD. Which is you knowing how to keep track of your fertile and infertile window.

These are examples 👇👇

How to calculate your safe period to avoid pregnancy
Use this simple calendar method to calculate your safe period to avoid unwanted pregnancy

HOW DO I USE THE CALENDAR METHOD?

Before you can use the calendar method as birth control, you need to keep track of the length of your menstrual cycles for at least 6 periods.

Here’s how you do it: Mark the first day of your period (this is day 1).

Then mark the first day of your next period. Count the total number of days between each cycle (the number of days between the first days of each period).

You must chart at least 6 cycles, but charting a few more months is even better.

Here’s an example: Down pointing backhand index

Tips on how to use calendar method as birth control
Tips on how to use calendar method as birth control

If all of your cycles are shorter than 27 days, the calendar method won’t be accurate for you.

P.S: USING BIRTH CONTROL PILLS, AND CONDOMS, IS ALWAYS THE SAFEST WAY TO PREVENT PREGNANCY.

THE SAFE DAYS TO HAVE SEX WHEN USING THE CALENDAR METHOD!!

To predict the first fertile day (when u can get pregnant) in your current cycle:

• Find the shortest cycle in your past record.

• Subtract 18 from the total number of days in that cycle.

• Count that number from day 1 of your current cycle, and mark that day with an X. (Include day 1 when you count.)

• The day marked X is your first fertile day.

For example: if your shortest cycle is 26 days long, subtract 18 from 26 — you get 8.👇👇

Safe and fertile period
Calculating your safe and fertile period

Up pointing backhand indexThen, count 8 days starting from day 1 (the first day of your period). If day 1 was on the 4th of the month, you’ll mark X on the 11th. So the 11th is your first fertile day of this cycle — you should stop having sex on this day or start using another method of birth controlFace with look of triumph

TO PREDICT THE LAST FERTILE DAY IN YOUR CURRENT CYCLE:

• Find the longest cycle in your record.

• Subtract 11 from the total number of days in that cycle.

• Count that number from day 1 (the first day of your period) of your current cycle, n mark that day with an X.

(Include day 1 when you count.)

• The day marked X is your last fertile day.

For example, if your longest cycle is 30 days long, subtract 11 from 30 — you get 19. Then, count 19 days starting from day 1. If day 1 was on the 4th of the month, you’ll mark X on the 22nd.

So the 22nd is your last fertile day of this cycle — you can start having unprotected sex the next dayFace savouring foodWeary face

The calendar method can only predict what are most likely to be safe and unsafe days — it can’t tell you for sure exactly when you’re fertile.
So it is most effective when you combine it with other fertility awareness methods!

I remain your sexologist @Queenpreshiii

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