It's highly unlikely.
Typically ovulation occurs two weeks before menstruation, with a woman being fertile up to a week beforehand when there is fertile quality cervical mucus present to keep sperm alive in the vagina up until ovulation, and even if multiple eggs are released there would only be a viable egg for up to 48 hours.
It is possible to have a shorter luteal phase (the phase between ovulation and menstruation) and thus you could ovulate just 6 days before menstruation, however that would make pregnancy less likely. It takes up to 10 days for a fertilised egg to travel down to the uterus to implant, 6 days are unlikely to be enough time for this to occur or for pregnancy hormones to get to a high enough level to prevent menstruation (thus loss of pregnancy).
However unless you use fertility awareness method you can't know when you are fertile or not, you may predict your period is due in 6 days but you could be wrong. If you want to avoid unwanted pregnancy you should use Birth Control.
It is possible for a girl to get pregnant even during her period. Many factors contribute, such as length of cycle, ovulation day, and more. For more information, check any of about a million websites, but if you're trying to avoid pregnancy, there is no absolute unless you're not having sex.
yes there are chances you can get pregnant its take from 8 days to 16 days after your last period to get pregnant
Yes, you can. Therefore it's important to always use protection unless you're trying to get pregnant. If you then miss your period you should take a pregnancy test.
It all depends on your body, youre cycle, how long you've been on the pill and what time you usually take your pill.
There is really no set answer.
yes you can actually get pregnant while still on period
Not if you have taken all your pills. You are 99.5% protected from pregnancy when you take BCP.
If you have not missed any birth control pills and have not been on any antibiotics this month or are not taking st johns wart, then you cannot get pregnant while on the pill.
Yes. The pill is not always affective.
I would say it is 98% unlikely to get pregnant 2 days before you period while you're on the pill and using protection.
You are not likely to get pregnant while you're on the birth control pill.
You can get pregnant at any time nothing is 100% going to stop it - condoms are 98% effective, the pill is 99% effective and getting pregnant while on your period seems impossible, It can happen
Yes, it is entirely possible A gal can get pregnant: * before their period * during their period * after their period * PERIOD It's as simple as that and mostly accepted by the medical community. The "Pill" may help prevent pregnancy, but it is not 100% proof positive effective in every case.
No,provided you have taken it properly you are protected all the time.
yes. you have to be taking the pill in advance ( 3 months) before you have intercourse. even when taking the pill for a while, there will always be the slight chance of getting pregnant.
Is it normal to get period cramps while on the pill?