Periods and Conception

Can you ovulate 5 days after your period ends?

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Yes. Everyone ovulates at a different time in their cycle

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You are not considered to be irregular if your period comes every 20-21 days and stays on for 5 days. Clomid is a good start when you are trying to conceive and you most likely ovulate about 12 days after your menstrual period ends.


no you still have not began to ovulate


I personally think anything can happen. But most likely no




it depends how long ur cycles are. if u have 28 days from the start of one period to the start of the next, you likely ovulate around 14 days after the start of ur period. but if theres more than 28 days between them, u are likely ovulating later than day 14. eg. if u have 30 day cycles u likely ovulate on day 16. the rule of thumb is to have sex the couple days before and including the day u ovulate. so a normal person shud have sex from day 10-14ish. lets say ur period was 5 days long, so start having sex 5 days after ur period ends, for another 5 days, and u shud be set


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.


When you ovulate on clomidIt is unusual to start clomid on CD 2. One usually starts on CD 3-5 and then takes one pill a day for 5 days. Ovulation usually occurs 5-9 days after your last pill. So you could ovulate as early as day 11.


Yes. On average, a woman ovulates on the thirteenth day after her period starts, but women frequently ovulate sooner. Sperm can live inside a woman for 5 days. Count the first day of your period as day 1. If your period ends on day 5, you have sex on day 6, and you ovulate on day 11, the sperm may fertilize the egg.


Technically no, but it depends on when you ovulate - sperm can last in the uterus for up to 5 days, and if you ovulate very early in your cycle, then it is technically possible to fall pregnant. But highly unlikely. Average cycle is 28 days long, the first day of your period is the first day of your cycle, so if your period is 5 days long and you have sex on the last day of you period, the sperm can live until day 12 of your cycle. Most women with a 28-day cycle will ovulate on day 14 of their cycle, so you can see how it could be possible to fall pregnant during your period. You usually ovulate 14 days before the start of your new period.


this is not very common unless u have an irregular period or menstrual if not you will not be ovulating that soon after a period normal cycles ovulate 14 days before there next period counting the first day of your last period so say u lmp was on January first u have a 30 day cycle ur next period is feb first u would ovulate app on Jan 14th. but because sperm can last for 5 days if you had sex on Jan 9th or tenth u could become pregnant when u ovulate on the 14th this is not very common unless u have an irregular period or menstrual if not you will not be ovulating that soon after a period normal cycles ovulate 14 days before there next period counting the first day of your last period so say u lmp was on January first u have a 30 day cycle ur next period is feb first u would ovulate app on Jan 14th. but because sperm can last for 5 days if you had sex on Jan 9th or tenth u could become pregnant when u ovulate on the 14th


She can conceive 5 days after her period, yes - in theory this would be one of the most fertile days of her cycle. During the typical 28 day cycle a woman would ovulate around day 14 and be fertile from day 7, thus 5 days after her period she may conceive and in turn fall pregnant.


Generally on or about day 14 of a 28 day cycle you will ovulate. It is important to know that if you are sexually active that sperm will stay alive in the uterus for 5-6 days so if you have sex on day 12 you can get pregnant.


at least for 3 days but most girls is 5 days


not sure if I completely understand your question, generally you ovulate around 12 to 14 days after your period starts....the window of conception falls in that window of about 3-5 days (if I remember correctly)


Yes, usually you ovulate 14 days into your cycle (based on an average 28 day cycle). the first day of your period is cycle day 1 (CD1) so if your period lasts 5 days you would ovulate 9 days after your period ended on CD14. However all women have differing cycles and their cycle can last from 26-45 days. So although you would be pregnant the hormones would not be strong enough to be detected on an HPT


You have a 24 day cycle, and the average woman ovulates 14 days before their next period. That would mean you will ovulate on cycle day 10. Sperm can live up to 5 days in the woman body if the conditions are just right, so if you have a period lasting longer than 5 days, you might not be too safe. Just remember that I said the typical woman ovulates right in the middle of their cycle..some women ovulate at different times, so don't stress until you're late.


The only time when you are safe are the first few days of your period. Any other time you can get pregnant and one reason is that a orgasm can make you ovulate again. Also only 12% of all women ovulate on the same day each month and the sperms can live up to 5 days inside of you.


You "ovulate" once a month but YES the egg during ovulation can be "available" for pregnancy for 5 days.


It is very highly unlikely. During your period your body is cleansing. BUT if you have extremely short cycles, or ovulate very early its not impossible for sperm to survive up to 5 days inside you. So intercourse from during your period could possibly impregnate you if you ovulate immediatly after. But unlikely!


The sperm can stay in you for 5 days so yes. When your period ends it could still be there and join together with an egg.


I would say that it is a 47 percent chance. You usually ovulate around 7-10 days before you start your period and that is the most likely chance of getting pregnant is around that time.


Yes. Sperm can live 3 to 5 days , so if you were about to ovulate then there is a chance.


Yes, while you probably don't ovulate that early in your cycle, sperm can live for 5 days while waiting for the ripe ovum.


There is no magical fast way to do this just focus on when about 5 days before you ovulate and when you ovulate.



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