A woman can only get pregnant if she has sex during ovulation or for the week prior when there is fertile cervical mucus present - but without tracking her cycles with FAM she can't know when she is fertile or not, so she must always assume she is fertile. Thus if a woman does not use Birth Control then she could get pregnant 17 days after her period.
You can get pregnant at any time during the menstrual cycle.
NO. Only after her period during ovulation. It doesn't matter how old you are. A woman can get pregnant no matter the age. If she has a period and she ovulates then she can get pregnant.
This is probably caused by ovulation (releasing an egg) This occurs around 17 days after your period and many women feel cramps when they are ovulating
it always varies whaen you have your period. When you are pregnant you do not get a period.
AnswerIf you are already pregnant the only way is abortion or have the baby.
Sexual intercourse with no protection or contraceptives. Ovulation occurs about 14 days after the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP), and this is the best time to conceive. However, since many women do not have regular cycles, this time frame can range from 10 to 17 days for ovulation to occur. Don't let this fool you; a woman can become pregnant at any time throughout her cycle, including during her period.
You could get pregnant. If you miss your next period, take a test
There is ALWAYS a chance that you can get pregnant after engaging in intercourse ...
13 days to 17 days
i got pregnant at 14 years old that suck true u dont know what to do
can a 22 year old women thats pregnant by a 17 year old boy get charged
You shouldn't be pregnant. I don't understand why you did the test on the 17 since your December period was on the 21st. If you keep a calendar of your periods there should be 28-35 day cycles. On days 14-20 of a cycle is when ovulation happens and you can get pregnant. Sperm can stay active in the uterus for 5 days. If I figured your dates correctly you couldn't be pregnant.
17 to 45 days.