It might sound backwards at first, but every period you have is a potential pregnancy — at least that’s how your body sees it.
After an egg leaves the ovary and travels through the fallopian tube, it’s primed for fertilization.
Try to think of it this way: Each time your body has a period, you’re preparing for pregnancy, so it makes perfect sense that the first day of your menstrual cycle fits into figuring out your baby-to-be’s due date.Your pregnancy begins about two weeks before the actual conception.The first day of your last period counts toward the 40 weeks physicians use to chart your pregnancy (doctors call this the LMP, or last menstrual period).Health Minister Jane Philpott says the government is committed to making sure RU-486, the so-called abortion pill, is accessible to Canadian women, but she says restrictions are necessary for a drug newly available in Canada.(Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press) While doctors across the country can now prescribe the home abortion pill Mifegymiso, the drug isn't expected to be available in Canada until the fall. You've dated a lot of nice girls but none of them seemed like marriage material?