Yes. If you feel that you could be pregnant you should take a home pregnancy test. I recommend buying a brand that gives you more than one test. Test with the urine when you first wake up as this contains the most hormones. If you get a negative result wait a few more days and if your normal period doesn't arrive test again. If you get a positive result or if you still get a negative result and still don't get your period in a few days see your dr.
Nope. In general, you can only get pregnant if you are ovulating.
Although a woman is most fertile about 14 days after her period starts, she can get pregnant during other times of her cycle.
Yes you can get pregnant the same time your period ends. You can even get pregnant while you are on your period
It's not likely, though it is not impossible. The least likely days to become pregnant are the two days before, the days of, and the two days following your period.
No, it can't. Implantation bleeding occurs when you don't get a period, and your body is actually pregnant. You are not pregnant.
Yes, you are very fertile just after your period ends. and even if he did pull out, you could be pregnant.
I have before my period, I start my period for 3 days then My period was stop after my period for 3 days, I want to know what happened to me?
Neither, about a week after your period ends is normal.
Certainly. Although most women do not become pregnant while on their period, it is not unheard of. When a woman becomes pregnant is strictly dependent upon when she ovulates. For most women, but not all, she ovulates around 14 days before her expected period.
If the period continued on, the person is not pregnant, though sperm can remain in the body for several days.
If you had protected sex, then you probably won't be pregnant. The time you had sex was most likely your fertile time. But the protection will be you best bet against an unwanted pregnancy. Hope this helps!
The sperm can stay in you for 5 days so yes. When your period ends it could still be there and join together with an egg.
you really can't get pregnant during your period. Your period happens because you didn't get pregnant. Ovulation is when you get pregnant and it happens about two weeks after your period ends.
That is not a question. If you're asking if you could get pregnant, then yes. You could. See a doctor or run a pregnancy test.
It is even possible to get pregnant on your period.
All women ovulate exactly 2 weeks before their period begins. That is 14 days. A 23 day cycle-14 days back to your ovulation=9. The 9th day of your cycle would have been when you ovulated, and unless you have a 2-4 day period then it wouldn't be most likely to get pregnant 7 days after your period.
More than likely you would not get pregnant 3 days before you period is due. Most women ovulate 7 to 14 days after their cycle ends. If you are not sure and are trying to get pregnant you discuss this with your doctor because they will help you understand everything and help you if you need it.
Absolutely. The safest days are the first days of your period and after that you can start ovulating at any time when you have an orgasm. There aren't any real safe days.
Of course. It all depends on when a woman ovulates. I ovulate 2 or 3 days after my period ends.
Definitely not. Women differ widely. Some are able to get pregnant as early as the tenth day of their cycle, which actually begins with the first day of their period (not ater the period ends) while others are able to get pregnant still on day 20. In general, most women have their most fertile time between days 12 - 16.
Is four days after period ends is it safe to have sex
sperm can live inside of a woman's vagina for 5 days or so. when your period ends and your body releases an egg, if that sperm is still there you will get pregnant. although this is rare
Yes. Counting days and rhytm methods are motoriously unreliable as contraceptives. one in five couples who rely on that ends up pregnant within the first year.
There is no safe period, only days of lower probability. Counting days and rhytm methods are notoriously unreliable, 19% of women using that ends up pregnant within one year.
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