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These are some of the signals that you can observe and note down on your Personal Charting System. The time frame is very approximate, so don't worry if your cycle is not the same - everyone is individual.



Week 1

From first day of bleeding Bleeding and the various symptoms felt during this part of the cycle varies with the individual, ranging from, cramping, back ache, hollow feeling inside vagina or the sensation that your innards will fall out to no ill effects at all.

At the post bleeding phase there is generally an increase in physical energy and vitality.

The individual is more outgoing and sociable. Sleep patterns and appetite return to normal.

Vaginal mucus is dry or absent .
Week 2 As ovulation approaches cervical mucus become wetter, slippery, white (whatever is your individual pattern.)
Ovulation

Day 14 approximately
Mucus is very wet and slippery, easily allowing penetration of sperm. Other symptoms may include tender breasts, mood swings, increase in libido, cramps, break through bleeding, desire to be with your partner.

Week 3

After Ovulation moving into pre-menstrual phase
Mucus production slows, becomes drier and thicker . Moods balance out again.
Week 4

Pre-menstrual phase
Pre-menstrual symptoms kick in, which depending upon you, range from bloating, cramps, headaches, mood swings, food cravings, and insomnia. Energy levels decrease, libido may increase. Desire for solitude increases as does intuitive ability.

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This is assuming a 28 day cycle, in reality women have cycles from 20-35 days... or more, or less....

This is awesome information to know, but not every woman will ovulate at day 14.
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