It is even possible to get pregnant during your period for some women. You get pregnant during ovulation. And every woman ovulates at a different time during the month. For most women it is not during their period. So, yes it it possible to get pregnant 5 days after. I would say wait until she is late to start her period and then do a home test. And from now on, if you aren't trying to conceive, use a condom or some other form of Birth Control; always. And 'pulling out' isn't a reliable form of birth control. Good Luck!
You betcha!!!! Sound like prime time to get pregnant!!! If your period is about 5 days long and then you said 5 more days after that..that is day 10...you could start ovulating on that day...and sperm lives in you for about 3 days. So even if you dind't ovulate on day 10, you still could get pregnant.
Yes, it is possible to get pregnant five days after menstruation.
The average menstrual cycle is 28 days with ovulation at around day 14 and fertile cervical mucus from around day 7 - thus if you think menstruation is around 7 days, plus 5 days, that takes you up to day 12 of the menstrual cycle and thus during the fertile phase of the menstrual cycle. Everyone's menstrual cycle is different and unless you use Fertility Awareness Method you can't know when you're fertile or not, thus you must always assume you may be fertile so thus could fall pregnant.
If you are trying to conceive then use Fertility Awareness Method to increase your chances of conception, if you are trying to avoid pregnancy then use birth control. If you think pregnancy is a possibility then you can take a pregnancy test from 14 days after sex.
about 14 days from the start of your last period
During her ovulation time which is about 14 days after your period starts.
u don't get your next period if ur pregnant
Yes you can. Women get more aroused while on their period, but there is a greater chance of someone getting pregnant 1-4 days after a woman's period.
If a woman gets her period it is unlikely that she is pregnant
The woman is capable of getting pregnant when she ovulates. This generally occurs about 14 days after her period, but not always (it can vary depending on each females cycle). A woman has a prime 24 hour period to get pregnant when her egg is released. The best time is to have sex about two days before to 24 hours after her ovulation time.
It is not likely that a woman would get pregnant 3-5 days prior to her menstrual period.
Yes you can get pregnant during your period, but your chances of getting pregnant during your period are slim. The best time for a woman to get pregnant is around the middle of her cycle, close to ovulation. For the average woman this is around cycle day 12 to 16. However, it is possible to get pregnant during your period and there are several reasons why. Sperm can live for up to 5 days Normally sperm can survive inside a woman's body for around two to three days. However, under the best conditions, sperm can sometimes survive for as long as five days. So if a woman had unprotected sex during her period and then ovulated four or five days after she had sex, she could get pregnant.
No if you have not had a period before but yes if you have had a period before. As soon as a woman has had her first period she can get pregnant.