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Answered 2009-04-14 05:57:07

Certainly! This is a common time for your fertile days! # Conception usually occurs about 5-7 days after intercourse # Your most fertile period is about 5 days before ovulation # For most(but not all) women ovulation occurs about 14 days prior to her period.

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They do not affect the menstrual cycle itself, however, they WILL affect your birth control (decreasing the effectiveness), which CAN effect your menstrual cycle. You can get pregnant or have changes in your menstrual cycle as if you had missed a week or so on your pills.

About a week after your menstrual cycle has started is thestart of the time where you are most likely to get pregnant, this lasts for about another 8 days. Go to the link below(The Menstrual cycle) for a chart and more information concerning this subject.

Yes, you can get pregnant in any point of the menstrual cycle. When your on your period, a week before, etc. You are most likely to get pregnant when your ovulating, which I think is a week or two before you come on your period.

If she actually started her menstrual cycle, then no she is not pregnant. However, at the beginning of a pregnancy, some women experience "spotting" which may appear like her cycle. So if what she experienced was a full menstrual cycle then your in the clear. Better late than never... Ha

Menstrual cycle refers to the entire reproductive cycle, starting during menstruation - there is no 'after the menstrual cycle' but I think you might mean after menstruation. After menstruation the cycle starts again, typically a woman will be fertile around a week after menstruation so her body will produce fertile cervical mucus and she will ovulate.

a menstrual cycle (more comonly known as a period) lasts about a week and happens once a month.

Left over blood from your period, hormonal imbalance, pregnancy etc ==

A female can become pregnant after the onset of her menses and whenever semen comes in contact with the vagina. It is most likely around day 14 of her menstrual cycle. Or about a week after her period ends.

Yes, that is how you know you are pregnant. Tipicly blondes ask this question when they are pregnant so don't be worried. This also happens during your menstrual cycle.

Menstruation occurs at the start of the menstrual cycle and normally lasts around a week, so menstruation would occur days 1-7 of the menstrual cycle.

If you have never had your period then you can't become pregnant.. but if you have then your most vonerable to become pregnant during a week before your next period cycle.

If you are pregnant you usually get some menstrual symptoms. As you are not getting these it is possible you didn't ovulate this month. Take another test in a week as you may be pregnant, not everyone has symptoms.

About a 3 week period every six months.

You can take Norethisterone which will stop your period for as long as you take it.

A woman is fertile during ovulation and around a week beforehand when there is fertile cervical mucus present - she cannot get pregnant at any other time of her menstrual cycle. Obviously if she is infertile she cannot get pregnant, and birth control reduces chances of pregnancy.

A period is a sign that you are NOT pregnant. The regularity of the menstrual cycle can change due to many factors, including health and stress levels. If you are worried, consult your practitioner and/or take a home pregnancy test.

Generally, no. Pregnant women do not have menstrual cycles.

No, you aren't pregnant. But next time, use protection!! No matter what time of the month it is! Even at the point of lowest fertility during your menstrual cycle, it is still completely possible to get pregnant. -DJ Craig

The menstrual cycle is started by the release of certain hormones so I would say there is some sort of hormonal imbalance of the root of it. see a doctor.

The menstrual cycle refers to a woman's entire reproductive cycle - including ovulation and menstruation - thus a woman is able to get pregnant during her menstrual cycle. A woman will typically only be fertile for around 9 days of her cycle: ovulation, and around a week beforehand.A woman cannot get pregnant during menstruation - however she may conceive as a result of sex on her period. Although there is no egg present during menstruation there may be fertile cervical mucus present so the sperm may live long enough to fertilize an egg if she ovulates directly after menstruation.

Well technically doctors consider the first week of pregnancy to be the week of your menstrual cycle, even though you are probably not pregnant yet! But pregnancy symptoms can occur ,which include morning sickness, as early as one to two weeks after conception.

The average menstrual cycle is 28 days - but everyone is different, for some women their menstrual cycles may be 34 days, it is also normal for menstrual cycles to differ by up to a week from each other.

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