No, there has to be an egg ovulated for the sperm to fertilize.
Ovulation is very important period of the menstrual cycle. Without ovulation women cannot get pregnant and without knowing very well about your ovulation, you can get pregnant unexpectedly and face a problem with unplanned and unwanted pregnancy. Discover all details of ovulation in recommended related link below.
Yes, a girl has to have their period before they can get pregnant. The body has hormones and those hormones cycle every 28 days. Menstruation is what is left when an egg is not implanted in the uterus. To become pregnant, you have to have ovulation and this happens on or about day 14 of a 28 day cycle. If there is sperm present and if the conditions are right an egg is fertilized and implanted. This is when you become pregnant. Without all of this you can not become pregnant. It sounds involved but it is actually pretty simple. Technically, you don't have to menstruate to get pregnant. Menstruation is what is left over if a woman doesn't get pregnant. If a young girl was sexually active before puberty, then she very well could become pregnant without ever menstruating. It is the ovulation part that must occur for there to be pregnancy.
Ovulation is a one day thing. To get pregnant you need to have sperm inside of your body waiting for the egg or you need to have sex the day of ovulation and at the latest the day after ovulation to become pregnant. Keep in mind sperm can live 3-5 days in ideal conditions inside of the woman's body. However, once the egg is released (ovulation occurs) the egg is only able to be fertilized for upto 24-36 hours and then expires. To become pregnant your best bet is to have sex the day before ovulation, the day of ovulation, and the day after ovulation. You are, however, considered fertile up to 4-5 days before ovulation occurs...due to the fact that sperm can survive in the reproductive organs of a woman for a few days.
It is impossible to become pregnant after a period and before ovulation begins. Ovulation is when the ovary expels an ovum or an egg. In order for pregnancy to occur, the ovaries must expel an ovum, or egg cell, and this must then be fertilized by a sperm cell. After this, the fertilized egg, now a zygote, will start to divide and become larger and more complex. Still, pregnancy has not occurred. The egg is still traveling to the uterus where it will finally burrow in the uterine walls. This is when pregnancy actually occurs. So, you see, the first step to pregnancy is ovulation. Without ovulation, there would be no egg cell, hence, no pregnancy.
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