Yes, but there has to be semen involved.
No, pregnancy only occurs with vaginal intercourse.
No it does not.
There is no way you can get pregnant unless you have intercourse where the penis is inserted in the vagina and ejaculation occurs, and the only pill to avoid pregnancy is the birth control pill or the best way to not get pregnant is to not have intercourse or otherwise known as sex.
It is possible. Conception occurs within 5-7 days after intercourse. Although you will not be able to detect pregnancy at this point. You should wait at least two weeks after intercourse before receiving an accurate home-pregnancy test.
It is possible.
You can have sex while prego just dont be to ruff
..for me... i think that impossible...
No, this isn't a sign of pregnancy. Discharge occurs depending on where you are in your cycle (pre-pregnancy) and the discharge will increase during pregnancy.
No, you cannot have a period the first month of pregnancy or at any other time during pregnancy. Menstruation occurs if the egg has not been fertilised, and you cannot menstruate during pregnancy.
Yes, gestational diabetes occurs when a woman is pregnant. Many doctors administer a test during pregnancy to watch for this diabetes because it can cause harm to the baby.
Yes, if it is taken at the right time. Doctors usually perform a blood and or urination test to check for pregnancy. But if it is only a day or two after intercourse conception may not have occurred yet; conception usually occurs 5-7 days after intercourse.
# 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.
Pregnancy diabetes is also called gestational diabetes. It occurs during pregnancy and does not mean the mother has type 2 diabetes or that she will get it after the baby is born.
After two days of sex? Probably not because conception usually occurs about 5-7 days after intercourse.
This occurs during week five of development.
If you know that your cycle is the same every month and you ovulation occurs on the same day during that cycle then all the rest of the time except 5 days before ovulation to 3 days after are good times.
Yes, there is always a chance of pregnancy. It is quite a complex ordeal when trying to guesstimate your expected chances of pregnancy during a particular time. But I will try to explain as simply as possible.* 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.
Yes; in fact it's fairly likely, since 1-2 weeks before menstruation is when ovulation occurs.
yeah it's the whole point of having ur periods almost
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