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2011-09-10 21:40:13
2011-09-10 21:40:13

Two weeks after you have your period is typically the most likely time to become pregnant.

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Either you are not pregnant or you are less than 5 weeks pregnant.


Yes, I found i was less than two weeks pregnant with my first child, they ran it twice to make sure. I wasn't even late for my period yet.


Less than a month. About 3 weeks.


Yes but it is a less chance than usual.


It is less likely than later in the cycle, but you sure can get pregnant two days after your period.



Everyday - a gestation of less than 37 weeks is concidered premature.


Yes, some people still have light periods when pregnant. Get a test.


If you are pregnant, then you are pregnant. It happens or it doesn't, but you won't know for 3 weeks until your next cycle when you can take a test.


1) 'Pulling out' is NOT a method of contraception so you could get pregnant. 2) The symptoms you are having MAY be indicative of pregnancy, have you missed a period? 3) If you were less than 4 weeks pregnant then the doctor would not be able to tell.


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Possible to be pregnant. Some pregnant women have their periods every month throughout their pregnancy. Take a pregnancy test if you think you're farther than 2 weeks along AFTER your period ends.


Actually you are not less than 6 months, you are 7 months and two weeks. Month 7 consist of weeks 27-30. Because they are actually pregnant for 10 months not 9.


If you have a period than you are not pregnant


You could be less than 8 weeks pregnant or unfortunately sometimes the baby does not develop and you may have what is called a blighted ovum.


Flu symptoms does not mean you are pregnant. If you had a period after October 30th, you are more than likely not pregnant. I would not worry about this unless you miss a period.


Yes, it is possible. It is less likely than at other times but it is still possible.



It won't be a "period" but bleeding. If it's lighter than normal it's perfectly fine and normal for about 1/9 women. At six weeks or less your body may not have enough hormonal changes to stop bleeding every month. if this happens to you, contact your doctor and have a chat about it.


No you cannot be 6 weeks pregnant and showing. You must be further in than that.



You can get pregnant anytime. However, it is more likely when you have your period so the sperm can fertilize the egg. but other than that you can get pregnant almost anytime you have sexual intercourse. you should always use a condom though to protect against STD's


It's less likely than at other times, but it can happen, and the baby can be carried to term.


Yes you could get pregnant in less then a month.


Yes, you can still get pregnant. If you are still having your period you can get pregnant. If you haven't taken any contraception for more than a month you can get pregnant.



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