Can you get pregnant 7 days after menstruation?
yes because another egg could be coming though the folopien tube.
It is biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant - however it is possible to experience vaginal bleeding during pregnancy, which you might mistake for menstruation. It is biologically impossible to get pregnant during menstruation - however it is possible to get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation as given the right environment sperm can survive in the vagina for up to 7 days, by which time you may ovulate. You may mistake ovulation…
No, that's not true at all. Six days after menstruation you wouldn't even be pregnant; even if you had ovulated directly after menstruation and the egg had been fertilised, it can still take up to 14 days for the fertilised egg to travel down the fallopian tubes to implant in the uterus. The soonest you can tell if you're pregnant is two weeks after you have sex.
No, a woman cannot be fertilised during menstruation - it is biologically impossible to ovulate during menstruation, however in the right conditions sperm from sex during menstruation can survive for up to 7 days by which time a woman may ovulate and thus get pregnant. If a woman doesn't want to get pregnant she and her partner should always use birth control.
You can't get pregnant on your period as there is no egg present, however if your menstrual cycle is short it is possible for you to have fertile cervical mucus present during menstruation which can keep sperm alive in the vagina up to 7 days - by which time you may ovulate. Thus you can get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation.
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.
You can't get pregnant during your period, but you can get pregnant as a result of sex on your period. There is no egg present during menstruation, however if you have a short menstrual cycle it is possible to have fertile quality cervical mucus present during menstruation, this could keep sperm alive for up to 7 days...by which time you may ovulate, thus fall pregnant. Basically unless you want to get pregnant ALWAYS use birth…
If you have a 30 to 35 day cycle and your menstruation lasts for about 4 to 6 days and you had unprotected sex on the third day of your period he didn't come inside how likely are you to be pregnant?
While it is remotely possible to get pregnant from sex during menstruation, it is EXTREMELY unlikely. The sperm would have to survive all the way until you ovulated which is usually about 14 days after the first day of your period. Sperm generally has a maximum life span of 7 days and that is in optimal conditions.
A woman of any age could get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation - although during menstruation there is no egg to fertilise a woman may still be fertile (producing fertile cervical mucus) so sperm may survive up to 7 days, by which time the woman may have ovulated and thus could become pregnant.
You can only get pregnant when fertile; during ovulation which is typically 14 days before menstruation, and up to 7 days before ovulation when there is fertile quality cervical mucus present. It is biologically impossible to get pregnant at any other time, however unless you use fertility awareness methods you cannot accirately determine when you are fertile.
correct me if im wrong but if you have a regular period (28 weeks) then you ovulate right after menstruation. that's how i am, because i figured out ovulation days on a parenting website. put in the first day of my last period (sept. 24) and my ovulation days were oct. 4-8. so from the time you are pregnant to two weeks after you can ovulate and get pregnant
How is it possible that a thirty yrs old lady not got menstruation cycle for 4 months is found to be fifteen days pregnant?
Usually no period indicates pregnancy. The time at which a woman is most likely to get pregnant is several days after she stops Menstruating (bleeding) in a woman with a 28 day menstrual cycle she is most likely to get pregnant on days 11 to 15 inclusive after the day she started bleeding. that means that on average she has stopped bleeding several days before she reaches her fertile stage. When a woman is bleeding…
The layer of the uterus that is shed during menstruation, approximately every 28 days, is the endometrium - this is the spongy mucosal tissue that develops after ovulation under the influence of progesterone to support the fertilised egg should a woman fall pregnant, if the woman doesn't fall pregnant then the endometruim becomes unstable and sheds aka menstruation.