Most women ovulate 2 weeks after the first day of their period. Although, it depends on how long your cycles are. If your cycle is longer than 28 days, then you ovulate about 2 weeks BEFORE your period is due. So, if you have an average 28 day cycle, and your period lasted 4 days, then you'll probably ovulate in 10 days.
You cannot get pregnant 4 days before your period. You get pregnant when you ovulate and that is usually 14 days before your period. 4 days before your period there is no egg to be fertilised.However, you can get pregnant 4 days before the theoretical date when you should be getting your period if your cycle was perfectly regular. You may ovulate later or earlier than usual at any time (it happens a lot) and you can get pregnant at any point.Regardless of when you conceive, home pregnancy tests usually work two weeks after conception. If your cycles are irregular and you are not sure when you ovulated or when to expect your period, testing once a week up to the moment when you get you period is a good idea.
Not very, you usually don't ovulate until 14-16 days before your next period. so if you are 28-29 day cycle you are only 3 days into it and will not ovulate for another 11-13 days. Sperm can't live more than 4-5 days
Yes. It lives for as many days as it normally would, which is about 4-5 days. And women usually ovulate a couple days after their period. Answer: The statement above is incorrect. Women ovulate near the middle of their cycle -- somewhere around 14 days after their period. Sperm can and do live for days, even during a menstrual period, but the chance of pregnancy is remote.
Sperm can live in the female body for up to seven days, on average 3 - 4 days, so if you have sex before you ovulate, but then ovulate a few days later, the sperm may be alive and result in pregnancy.
4-7 days before your period should begin
Mice are in estrus for a period of about 10 to 12 hours, and they will go into estrus every 3 or 4 days.
It depends on when you ovulate. Your body might not have ovulated yet but there is still a chance you could be pregnant. It takes seven days of regular pill taking after your period to make it affective. I am in the same boat I missed my seventh pill and I am losing my mind. Most women do not ovulate until eight days after their period so hopefully you and I are safe :)
Depends on how long your periods are normally. In a typical 28 days cycle you ovulate on day 14, conceive on the 15th... it' hard to say without knowing more, but if you were 4-6 weeks on the 15th then count back 2-4 weeks and that gives you an about range.... Most women ovulate 14 days before there period starts, so if you have a 35 day cycle you ovulate around day- 21. If that was the case then your more like 4 weeks vs 6. Hope I helped!
It is possible although not likely. Most women ovulate 10-16 days after the first day of your last period.
That is called spotting. Women often spot the day before or a few days after their period.