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No, a woman cannot get pregnant during menstruation as there is no egg present to fertilise. However a woman may be fertile during menstruation, meaning that sperm may survive long enough in the vagina to still be around by the time she does ovulate.

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Can Women Get Pregnant During Menstruation?


As long as they are not already pregnant, and have gone though their first menstruation, then yes. On any day they can get pregnant, but it helps for it to be during ovulation, which happens twice a month.


The percentage of women getting pregnant during menstruation is exactly 0% - it's biologically impossible to get pregnant during menstruation as there is no egg present for sperm to fertilise. It is however possible to get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation as although there is no egg it is possible for a woman to have fertile quality cervical mucus present, this can allow sperm to live for up to a week and by that time she may have ovulated. There are no figures on how many women get pregnant this way, it would be impossible to keep track of those sort of figures.


Yes, Menstruation can also occur while pregnant, unless if she has menstruation disabilities.


Immediately after menstruation it is possible to get pregnant. It is even possible to get pregnant during menstruation, though very very very unlikely. It is always possible for a woman to get pregnant as long as she has a healthy, pre-menopausal, post-pubescent, fully functioning uterus and is having sex with a man in a similar situation. However, women are more likely to get pregnant right before their period and less likely to unlikely to get pregnant during or after their period.


Yes, when pregnant you do not menstruate. Many women can bleed during pregnancy for a number of reasons, and they may mistake this vaginal bleeding with menstruation, however menstruation is a very specific function which is stopped during pregnancy.


its possible. but its usually less likely. still can happen tho. i heard one day of the month u cant get pregnant.


No, it's biologically impossible. During menstruation women cannot ovulate thus there is no egg present in order to get pregnant - HOWEVER a woman may be fertile during her period, meaning that there may be fertile quality cervical mucus present during menstruation which can keep sperm alive for up to 7 days. Thus although it's impossible to get pregnant during menstruation, it is possible to get pregnant as a result of sex during your period.


It is possible to get pregnant at any time, but it is much less likely during menstruation. Yes you can get pregnant during you period but it is a very low chance that it will happen. The best time to get pregnant is when you are ovulating and that is normally 14 days before your period.


yes that is absolutely possible a women can get pregnant as soon as a man cums inside of her although she is most likely to become pregnant with in the time of two weeks after menstruation.


A woman cannot get pregnant on her period as there is no egg present to fertilise. A woman can however get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation as in the right conditions sperm can survive for up to a week, by which time menstruation could have ended and she could have ovulated.


They had peasant women menstruate for them!


Yes, It is forbidden for Muslim women to practice praying, fasting, or reading in Quran during menstruation (the monthly period).


it means that either an individual women are pregnant,


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Women are most likely to get pregnant during ovulation, which can be estimated around 14 days after their last period.


No, as it promotes menstruation. It should also be avoided in breastfeeding.


Yes, usually. Most women gain about 2-5 pounds before and during menstruation, on average.


If a girl thinks she is pregnant that doesn't mean that she is pregnant. A woman cannot menstruate while she is pregnant, thus if she menstruates she obviously isn't pregnant even if she thinks otherwise - although women can bleed during pregnancy this is uncommon, and not menstruation.


Menstruation is body getting rid of the egg. If the egg is fertilized, the woman is pregnant, the body will not get rid of it.


Yes. They have the same functioning organs and menstruation as other women, so they can get pregnant if they have sex with a man.


Menstruation is what happens when a woman doesn't get pregnant - after ovulation the uterine lining builds-up in preparation for possible pregnancy, if a woman doesn't get pregnant then menstruation occurs to shed the uterine lining so it can start fresh next cycle. During pregnancy the uterine lining is busy keeping the growing embryo/fetus safe, and women no longer ovulate.


Menstruation occurs because of a drop in the level of the hormone progesterone. Once an egg has been fertilized the level of progesterone stays high and does not drop unless the fetus is spontaneously aborted. The high progesterone level keeps the woman pregnant and keeps the lining of her uterus intact and not shedding as it would during menstruation. If a woman did have a full menstruation while pregnant the fetus would be aborted because it is implanted into the lining of the uterus.


Yes, pregnancy is a possibility during menstruation.A woman cannot get pregnant during menstruation as there is no egg present, however it is possible for there to be fertile quality cervical mucus present which allows the sperm to swim up through to the fallopian tubes where it can survive for up to a week - by which time the woman may ovulate. Thus pregnancy is a possibility as a result of sex during menstruation. It's also important to note that not all vaginal bleeding is menstruation, some women may experience mid-cycle spotting when they are at their most fertile and mistake it for a menstrual bleed.


The first sign that can make a women suspect she's pregnant for the menstruation to stop.If menstruation still occurs, then you can't be pregnant



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