Dr. Frank S answered:
3 years ago
Hello, sorry about this. In principle it is possible but not common, especially if the person has a very short menstrual cycle from onset of bleeding to next. A question I will love to ask is, what is the current average length of your cycle?
I will like to suggest you first try to note the dates between the beginning of your period and the next time you begin to see your menses. This will help you to know what your average length of cycle is, especially if you chart this on a calendar for some months.
When you know this, then you can then use this to know your ovulation period. You can also make use of Kangpe cycle planner in your app,& this will guide you.
Finally, I hope you are not on any emergency contraceptive? These may also affect the menstrual cycle. If not, I want you to keep your mind at rest as I believe your cycle will return to normal.
If the average length of your cycle remains very short e.g less than 21 days after some months; kindly see a doctor for review who may even prescribe some Combined Oral contraceptive pills or other interventions as appropriate.
All the best! Thanks