I don't think the other answer is correct, sperm lives for up to 5 days inside you and if there is sperm waiting then you have every chance of conceiving. Yes you will still ovulate as you haven't 'conceived' yet, you can't 'conceive' without an egg. Hope this helps I DON'T THINK IT IS POSSIBLE TO CONCEIVE 2 DAYS BEFORE OVULATION BECAUSE OVULATING IS THE RELEASE OF AN EGG FROM THE FALLOPIAN TUBE. IF THE EGG HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED (AS IN BEFORE OVULATION) THERE IS NOTHING FOR THE SPERM TO FERTILIZE.
It is not likely that it's ovulation pain if you didn't ovulate, although there are some types of intestinal pain that feel a little like ovulation pain.
Yes, you will miss your period. If you are pregnant, you will not have a period. But you are unlikely to conceive a few days before a period. Most women ovulate 14 days before a period and this is the only time you can conceive. and 'a few days before' the ovum has already gone so cannot be fertilised. You can definitely conceive a few days before your period! You can conceive at any time - the ideal is during ovulation but you can still conceive at any time!!! No, you will always ovulate 14 days before your period, no matter how long your cycle is. The egg will have already died at this stage because it wasn't fertillised.
Just before and during your period, yet you can still get pregnant, it all depends on when you ovulate -- check out www.fertilityfriend.com.
The 6 days prior to your ovulation is your most fertile period. Even after you ovulate it is still possible to get pregnant within 12 hours of your ovulation time. If you do not know the exact time that you ovulate then it could be possible if you had intercourse the day after your ovulation. You will just need to relax and wait up to 2 weeks to find out if you are pregnant or not.
An irregular cycle can be a signal of no ovulation, but genarally speaking, you ovulate every time you have a period.
first of all you cannot conceive one week before your period.you can conceive only during the ovulation period which is 14 th day of your cycle if you have a 28 day cycle.
No , once u conceive you are preggo
yes..you ovulate anywhere from 12-36 hours after your LH surge so if you get a positive LH surge in the morning you could still ovulate that night...Ovulation will typically occur in the next 36 hours.. yes..you ovulate anywhere from 12-36 hours after your LH surge so if you get a positive LH surge in the morning you could still ovulate that night...Ovulation will typically occur in the next 36 hours..
No, you can still ovulate without a twinge of pain or discomfort in either breast.
No, but if you have sex 7 days before ovulation, there is a possibility that there will still be viable sperm in the uterus when you ovulate. Then, as soon as you ovulate, you could be pregnant. If you want to avoid pregnancy, then ALWAYS use a condom or other form of birth control.
No. Your body begin to build up the endometrial layer before ovulation. If you don't ovulate then that layer still has to shed at some point, which is called "breakthrough bleeding." This is when you get your period even though you never actually ovulated.
Hello, This isn't pregnancy related hun. You will not Ovulate when you conceive. Sometimes the Ovulation hormone can remain in your urine for a further 48 hours. A very sensitive OPK will detect a minute amount of Ovulation hormone & the result will be positive.
No, if a woman does not ovulate then she cannot menstruate - menstruation only occurs following ovulation when pregnancy does not occur. Not all vaginal bleeds are menstruation, there are many reasons why a woman may experience a bleed without it following ovulation.
Yes, a woman can ovulate twice during her menstrual cycle but it would still be during the ovulation phase of her menstrual cycle. A woman cannot just randomly ovulate, her menstrual cycle controls when she ovulates - typically women will ovulate two weeks before menstruation.To correct a previous answer: Orgasm does not cause ovulation, that's not biologically possible.
No, you can't ovulate while you're menstruating. Typically ovulation occurs 14 days prior to menstruation, if your cycles are especially short you may ovulate right after menstruation.
No. Sounds to me like you are feeling the ovulation. Many women get an ache during ovulation. Even though your tubes are tied you still ovulate.
Yes, it is possible not to ovulate. Often you'll still get your period though because the lining of the uterus still has to break down
I am in perimenopause and haven't had a period for almost 3 months. Do I still ovulate if I have no period?
The egg which is ready for fertilization, can live only up to 12 to 24 hours before it can be absorb in the lining of the uterus. Thus, a women is fertile, a day after ovulation.
Yes. It isn't common, but it does occur. The reason some women conceive when they are on their periods is because they either have a short cycle or they just ovulate early and have a long luteal phase. You can have sex up to 7 days before ovulation and conceive becasue the sperm can live that long. Sperm life inside the woman's body is generally 3 to 4 days, but they CAN survive for up to 7 days. This means you have a fertile window of UP TO 7 days. So, lets say your period is 7 days long and your cycle is 26 days long. You have sex on day 6 of your cycle - you are still bleeding. Now lets say you ovulate on day 11. This will make your luteal phase 15 days, which is very average. You had sex 5 days before you ovulate so there COULD still be viable sperm waiting to fertilize the egg.It would be very unusual.
Peak ovulation only lasts about two days. Buy an ovulation kit to check your ovulation. If a sperm reaches an egg ten days after peak ovulation, well...the egg is probably not there anymore.
You can find out if you are still ovulating by buying an ovulation test kit from a drugstore.
No, women do not ovulate stop during pregnancy (inhibited by high levels of estrogen and progesterone)
No, you can't still ovulate after menopause. Menopause is the process by which a woman's body comes to the end of it's reproductive years and the woman stops producing eggs. Although menopause can take years, once through menopause there is no more ovulation.
No since the body does not need to ovulate when the purpose of ovulation has been achieved. Remember that one has a period because the body is moving an egg into the uterus for easier fertilization.