Normally, no, if you conceive you do not get your period.
i would suggest going to your doctor for help on this
Yes you can still conceive with irregular or regular on time periods! all that matters is you have a period!
You conceive almost immediately after you have sex.
You can conceive a child 6 days before your period do date so the 20-25 day after your period ended
You can become pregnant while ovulating or on your period.
Yes, you will miss your period. If you are pregnant, you will not have a period. But you are unlikely to conceive a few days before a period. Most women ovulate 14 days before a period and this is the only time you can conceive. and 'a few days before' the ovum has already gone so cannot be fertilised. You can definitely conceive a few days before your period! You can conceive at any time - the ideal is during ovulation but you can still conceive at any time!!! No, you will always ovulate 14 days before your period, no matter how long your cycle is. The egg will have already died at this stage because it wasn't fertillised.
Yes you can. I did.
Women are most likely to conceive at the time of ovulation. Ovulation can happen a week after your period until your next period.
The menstrual cycle is the reproductive cycle, this is when a female would conceive - I think you mean two days after her period. Yes, a female can conceive two days after her period if her cycle is short.
Yes, period or not, you can conceive a child. Even if someone hasn't started their period they can get pregnant because they never know when they're about to start. No one should use their period as an excuse to have unprotected sex.
Roughly 21st November, the previous year. The human gestation period is 266 days.
You can conceive at any time, but the best time is 14 days after your period has ended up until your next one starts
14 days after your period has ended up until your next period
Having your period means you did not conceive!
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Yes you may have a period or a lighter than normal period.
Well start by counting and recording the days between each period. If you have the time do this over 3-5 months. The days between each period should be the same or close. If they are find the centre point. Then you should be able to conceive. If they arn't the same, even though it is inaccurate to do so, take an average and try from there. If you still find trouble to conceive consult your doctor. Good luck
yes you can If you are trying to conceive you could be ovulating or that could be your last period. Let me clairfy for you if you are cramping where is the pain coming from it your left side then maybe you ovlulating How normal was your period was it on time was it normal for you. If not then you could have conceive prior to this period
If you have not had your period in over a year then this is most likely a medical problem and should go see a doctor AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!
Roughly August 14th
Right after your period is best.