Can you get pregnant five days before your cycle?
if you are having unprotected sex, your chances of becoming pregnant are 100% no matter what your cycle
If your cycle is regular, no you will not be ovulating 5 days before your period is due so no pregnancy is possible. Read More
Yes, once can be all it takes depending on what part of the menstrual cycle the female is in. It is also possible to become pregnant if you had sex in the five days before the fertile period of the cycle as spem can live up to five days in a womans body Read More
All that is known is that she had missed her period for five days before realising. Read More
if you have a 28 day cycle ovulation takes place about half way in " on day 14. If your cycle is longer or shorter the halfway mark is a rule of thumb. Remember sperm can live for nearly five days so don't have sex for at least 5 days before ovulation if you don't want to get pregnant or 3 days after. Read More
They are fertile when they are in standing heat. This often happen during the last week of the heat cycle. The amount of time can be be from three to five days. Read More
Most women become pregnant within seven to ten days of their last period, considering they have a 28-day cycle and ovulate 14 days after the start of their last period. You're fertile up to five days before ovulation. If sperm doesn't fertilize the egg within 24 hours, the egg dies and you're safe. Read More
the chances of being pregnant 5 days before period is very slim- i mean it is 30%. but if it is 5 days after period the chance is very high. 5 days before period your 'fertile mucus are not present in the virgina but 5 days after period the fertile mucus are present or preparing to come depending on the woman's cycle. so the chance is limited. Read More
Six days during a woman's cycle is when pregnancy is possible. Five days before ovulation starts, then 24 hours after it begins. Cycle charting can help find a female's personal ovulation days. Read More
You could be. If you miss your period you should take a pregnancy test. Read More
How much can your cycle change when you stop using the pill after being on it for five years and can it make your cycles much shorter?
Your cycles may change through your life so during the 5 years you have been on the pill they may indeed have got shorter. I went on the pill at 19 with a 36 day cycle. 11 years later when I came off I went back to 36 days for the 5 months before I became pregnant. After I had the baby my cycle was 28 days for the 2 and a half years before… Read More
It is biologically impossible to menstruate if you were pregnant. Read More
if you have a period, you are not pregnant. don't, YOLO, be safe and use a condom. Read More
Yes. It all depends on your cycle and when you ovulate. On average, women ovulate on their 14th day. Sperm can supposedly live in the vagina for a few days, so sex even several days before you ovulate can also lead to pregnancy. Don't stress about it too much. If you stress, your period will come late and you will worry that you are pregnant when you are not. Just remember, every woman is different… Read More
Depo provides 99% protection from pregnancy. If you started the shot just before this episode of sex, and if you were in the first five days of your period, you were immediately protected against pregnancy. If you had the first shot this month and it was not in the first five days of your cycle, you didn't have protection until seven days had passed. If that's the case, talk with your health care provider or… Read More
What are the chances of being pregnant if you have been on the patch for only five days and you had unprotected sex 13 days before your period?
Unlikely you're pregnant but perform a pregnancy test to be certain as the patch should protect you against pregnancy. Read More
Most women get pregnant between day 11 and day 21 of their cycle - because we are all unique and sperm health plays a part in conception, it is possible for a woman who has sex very early in her cycle to conceive up to five days after last intercourse. Read More
No you can not. Read More
No, only days of reduced probability. Bodies aren't clockwork, one out of five women relying on counting days for contraception will get pregnant within one year. Read More
Not particularly. Counting days is notoriously unreliable and gets one in five users pregnant within one year. Read More
If you had sex you can get pregnant. Read More
Yes, you can be pregnant if you had sex in the days just before the IUD was removed if it was a hormonal IUD like Liletta, Mirena, or Skyla. Consider using the morning after pill if you had sex in the last five days. If you do not want to get pregnant, start another method of pregnancy prevention as soon as possible. Read More
You could get pregnant if you had unprotected sex in the five days before you had the IUD removed (if it was a hormonal IUD like Liletta, Mirena, or Skyla) or in the first seven days of taking the pill. Read More
If you stuck it into your girlfriend five days before her next period and she started on time when she was supposed to and lasted four days filling two to three pads a day is she pregnant?
Most likely she is not pregnant, since a menstrual cycle comes when an ovum(fertilized egg) reaches the uterus. The body recognizes the unfertilized egg and expells the uterine lining, called a 'period', and takes the egg with it. However, if a fertilized egg reaches the uterus it implants into the wall, and the menstrual cycle does not happen, due to the fact that the uterine lining is needed to accomodate the embryo. so, no, it… Read More
Could you be pregnant if you just got off your period and then two days later have a really heavy period the same month and then it last for five days and the guy is sick and could you be pregnant?
The fact that your boyfriend is sick has nothing to do with the fact that you could be pregnant. The two are separate. I would say that you aren't pregnant in what you describe above. Your period actually lasted 7 or more days because it sounds as if you stopped and started again so you didn't have two periods. My guess is that you are just starting your monthly cycle and it takes time before… Read More
You need to wait until the doe is at least 12 months old before trying to get her pregnant. Once she is pregnant gestation takes about 150 days (five months). Read More
This depends on how long your menstrual cycle is. The usual cycle is 28 days long. Day one of the cycle is the first day of your period. If your period lasts for five days then take five away from 28 and you will have 23 days before your next period starts. Some people could have a 32 day cycle and some could have 24 a day cycle or anything between. Also, some women bleed… Read More
It will be several months before her abdomen starts to expand, so if you want to know as soon as is practical, call the vet about forty-five days after service. They can tell you if the horse is pregnant or not. Read More
No, you cannot get pregnant five days after ovulation. In order to get pregnant, you must have intercourse before or the day of ovulation. But keep in mind, it is hard to pinpoint the exact day of ovulation. Read More
Practically speaking, there isn't one. If you know EXACTLY where you're at in your menstrual cycle, there are days where the chance of getting pregnant is really, really small. But counting the days isn't accurate enough for that. One in five women relying on "safe periods" will get pregnant within one year anyhow. Read More
Your menstrual cycle is the entire reproductive cycle including ovulation and menstruation - I think you mean menstruation of five days, not menstrual cycle. Menstruation will vary from one cycle to the next, the explanation is no more complex then that your body is not a machine so it will never have the exact same cycle every single time. Read More
The five days prior to and 12 hours after she ovulates. Read More
Yes, you can get pregnant if you had sex in the five days before Mirena was removed. If you are not seeking pregnancy, consider using emergency contraception to reduce the risk. Read More
she can become pregnant at five months i think. Read More
Yes, you can get pregnant five days after your period. During a typical 28 day cycle a woman may be fertile from days 7-16, obviously whether you're fertile 5 days after your period depends on your menstrual cycle but there is a good chance. Unless you use fertility awareness method you can't know when you're fertile or not so you should always assume you could be fertile and thus use contraception to prevent unintended pregnancy. Read More
Mice can have babies whenever, not just in the spring. A female mouse ovulates every five days, or rather, can get pregnant every five days. Once a female mouse is pregnant, it will take about twenty-days for the baby mice to be born. Read More
This can be complicated because a man's sperm CAN live up to five days (although some studies say seven days) after it has been ejaculated into the female. If the male ejaculated 5-7 days before ovulation then it is possible. Read More
Yes you can find out as early as five days after the conception with some tests. Read More
It is biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant - you can bleed while pregnant but this is uncommon, and if you bleed when you expect your period it's fairly safe to assume it's menstruation. Your period was five days later than you predicted, unless you use FAM you can't know when your period is due but only predict based on your average cycle length - anything up to a weeks variation from your average menstrual… Read More
Is it possible to be pregnant 2 days late for period then spotting for 4 days but negative preg test during spotting?
If your test is neg try a couple days later in the morning with a five day sooner test wen spotting has stopped it may have been a misscarriage before u knew you were pregnant them are very common Read More
you can potentially get pregnant at any time of the month if you have unprotected sex. your chances are higher closer to ovulation. you can potentially get pregnant at any time of the month if you have unprotected sex. your chances are higher closer to ovulation. If your periods are regular say 28 days a cycle and generally are not erratic. then very close to you next due date when you will be getting periods...or… Read More