\nIf you had a period, even if slightly shorter than normal, the chances of you being pregnant are very, very small. If you only had slight spotting or bleeding (and this is u…nusual for you), you might want to consider taking a pregnancy test.\n.
\nPregnancy tests are usually accurate around the time of your first missed period. They are 99% accurate and indicate that you are pregnant, or were very recently pregnant.\n.
\nIf you miss TWO regular periods, do a second pregnancy test and/or see your physician or health clinic. \n.
\nMany women have irregular periods, so it is sometimes difficult to know if you truly have really missed one. Also, an early miscarriage may sometimes appear as spotting or bleeding and may be mistaken for a light period. This is nothing to worry about, but take a pregnancy test or see your doctor if you are not sure if you had a period or not, and want some peace of mind.\n.
\nYou can only get pregnant if you have sex just before, during, or just after the day you ovulate, although this is difficult to predict exactly on the calendar. \n.
\nMost women do not have exact 28-day menstrual cycles, and sperm can theoretically survive inside a woman's body for 2 or more days. Ovulation typically occurs approximately halfway through your cycle (or approximately 14 days after your period begins), and you can theoretically get pregnant during the few days around this point). (MORE)