Well, considering that one is only fertile when one is ovulating, and that the egg released during ovulation is only around for about 24 hours, does that help answer the question? Honestly, I think the "fertile period" is really a fairly small window every month, so just try to have some sperm lying in wait when that egg is released!
The fertile phase is around 9 days - depending on the womans fertility, also the mans.
A woman may release more than one egg during the 24 hour period that she ovulates, so potentially that's 48 hours maximum when there may be a viable egg present to fertilize.
For around a week prior to ovulation and during ovulation a woman will also produce fertile cervical mucus: mucus that normally plugs-up the cervical opening changes in texture to become more favourable to sperm to provide a medium through which sperm can swim through up to the fallopian tubes. The sperm 'hibernate' in the fallopian tubes waiting for the egg to be released, between womans vaginal environment and sperm quality the sperm may survive for up to a week.
7 to ten days then about 4-5 days afterbleeding stops shes fertile
you period last for 5 day
No that would be highly unlikely as your fertile period does not start until 9 days after the start of your period. even if your period is 6 days long that still allows for 3 days unti fertility.
Yes. You can get pregnant at any time during your period or not. Two weeks after your period is when you are most fertile.
As long as a woman has her period, if she is fertile, she can be impregnated.
A season will normally last around 21 days, with the most fertile period being between day 8 and day 15.
If your last cycle was may 29th then you were MOST fertile 10 to 12 days before may 29th
Technically a woman can get pregnant at any time. This is due to the "long" life of the sperm, but right before a period, a woman can be very fertile, depending on how close.
open range period last from the 1860s to 1880s.
The fertile period