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I thnk I may have become pregnant the week before my period is due. When should I test?

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2008-04-03 16:47:39
2008-04-03 16:47:39

10 days after you are due your period

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when you become pregnant you don't usually have your period. You could "spot" and if you do you should think about seeing a doctor but normally you wouldn't get your period


It is possible to get pregnant at any point in the month, yes, even during your period. You should always take precaution if you do not want to become pregnant.


You ca try virtually anytime you want, as you can get pregnant: * before your period * during your period * after your period * PERIOD.


people have actually become pregnant while on their period, so any time really, you should always use protection.


Women who are pregnant or who may become pregnant should check with their physicians before using these drugs.



There are no days before your period, when you already are pregnant. As soon as you are pregnant your next due period at the 4th will not come. When you are without periods for 2 months, it is very likely that you are pregnant. Many women don't know, that after 10 days after their last period, they are in a period of another 10 days that hey can become pregnant. Mostly it is only 7 days. So that means that 21 days between your period you cannot become pregnant. Short: Period + 10 days free. + 8 days pregnancy possible. + 10 days free. Dr. Phylopi


Yes. Most women are fertile before their period returns and certainly afterward. If you do wish to become pregnant you should always use a condom and/or a reliable form of birth control.


Yes, she can. If she misses her period she should then take a pregnancy test


Your period stops when you become pregnant. Some women do bleed a little while pregnant but it is not a regular period and a doctor should be consulted.


Women who are pregnant or who may become pregnant should check with their physicians before using cephalosporins.


Yes, so you should always use protection unless you're trying to get pregnant. And if you miss your period you should take a pregnancy test.


Yes, so you should always use protection unless you're trying to get pregnant. And if you miss your period, you should take a pregnancy test


You can get pregnant if you have sex with him 8 days before your period. You can actually get pregnant at almost any point during your menstrual cycle and should use protection if you want to avoid pregnancy.


How soon should you get your period after having a baby? If you are breast feeding and become pregnant will your body make the hornmon HCG?


You could be. If you miss your period you should take a pregnancy test.


The onset of menstruation would normally indicate the ability to become pregnant. However, it is theoretically possible to become pregnant at first ovulation, which would be before your first period. The short window of possibility (about one month) makes this an infrequent occurrence. Girls who are sexually active before having a period should observe the same precautions as those who have already started.


If you have sex two days before your period you are more than likely pregnant. Sperm last about three days in a females body. So,I'm pretty sure that you are pregnant because you are also ovulating before and after your period comes on and at the end of the cycle when it goes off


Yes, it may be harder for her to become pregnant but it's still possible. You should see a dr about your lack of menstruation though.


ANSWERFIRST, if you already had normal period (not short! not light!_ - pregnancy should not be expectedSECOND, in general 4-5 days before expected period are not fertile.


It's biologically impossible to fall pregnant during menstruation, you can however become pregnant as a result of sex during your period as sperm can live up to a week, by which time you may ovulate. Unless you want to become pregnant you should always use birth control.


You can't get pregnant during your period, or for a couple of days before and after. However, you should always use a condom.


A pregnancy test (available from most supermarkets and pharmacists) should indicate whether you're pregnant regardless of how close/far you are from your period.



Yes. If you haven't been getting your period that means that you have not been ovulation. Ovulation usually occurs about 2 weeks before your period is due to arrive, so if you ovulate and there happens to be sperm present, then yes, you could become pregnant. However, if you wish to become pregnant you should go to your DR and find out why you haven't been menstrating so that they may correct the problem.



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