YES, there is the possibility.
yes..theres a strong possibility u have to take it before intercourse
You should have intercourse when you are mature enough to deal with the possibility of pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases. If you think "That could never happen to me" then you're still too immature.
If you have had sexual intercourse involving your vagina, there is a possibility, and you should take a test.
Extra information:If unprotected intercourse was undertaken on the 6/10, protected intercourse undertaken on the 7/10 and unprotected intercourse was undertaken twice 10/10 & 11/10.Ovulation occurred on the 11/10 (positive ovulation stick on the 10/10)..which sperm caused the conception?The 10th and 11th? Or...could one have escaped from the 7th?The 7th was 3 days after period had finished.
If you had intercourse 2 weeks before it is a possibility. Take a test.
Yes. Vaginal penetration by the penis is not necessary for conception to occur. The sperm can be injected into the vagina with a syringe or other devices, and by doing so intercourse has not occured. Also it is possible, that if the male were to ejaculate onto the vaginal opening, that some of the sperm could enter the vagina, and swim through the cervix into the uterus and fertilize the ovum, although the odds of this occurring are slim, it is possible. (If the female were a virgin, this could be called an immaculate conception)
Medical pregnancy tests measure conception from the date of your last period, so it's possible your partner could be the father if conception occurred 2 weeks after your period (incidentally, the time of the month that you're most fertile).
Yes; pregnancy begins as soon as conception is successful.
Yes, but technically you could also feel stomach pains before conception
It is a very low possibility.
Yes it is possible. Whilst breast feeding you are not at risk, the minute you stop you are. If you have stopped for a period long enough for conception to occur, and you have had intercourse. it is very possible to be pregnant
It's possible. I experienced it 4 days after conception, and lasted 5 days very light.
14 days after intercourse.
No. DNA (also known as deoxyribonucleic acid) is the material at the nucleus of cells. It is the protein strands that tell the cell how to operate and what to look like and do, etc. The genetic material that is created when a sperm and an egg combine is half from the mother and half from the father. All that DNA could tell you is who the father and mother of the child are, but not the time of conception.
If you had a properly supervised termination you should not have any problems. Conception should not be a problem, it is later in pregnancy that your blood may react to the baby's blood if the baby is Rh +, but your doctor will do blood tests for this.
No, but it was illegal for you to have sexual intercourse before the age of consent. The father could be arrested and charged for rape. The authorities will be asking a lot of questions when they find out.
This sounds extremely uncomfortable for both of you and I would think that pregnancy was a possibility if intercourse occurred at a fertile time of the month.
When someone is pregnant from your ex boyfriend there is a possibility (could be gossip or he's not the father) that he got another woman pregnant.
They said there was a possibility they could come back again tomorrow
She may be anticipating. It is staggeringly unlikely that she could have any physical symptoms of pregnancy 7 days after conception. She may see a doctor to set her mind at ease.
While this could possibly be related to menstruation and therefore be insignificant, there are certainly other possibilities. Of course, if this was your first intercourse, then it is a normal matter of tearing the hymen. But otherwise, there is a possibility that there is something wrong, and you should consult your doctor.
During sexual intercourse between a man and a woman, the man places his penis inside the woman's vagina. This is known as vaginal intercourse. Sexual intercourse could refer to any type of sexual activity in which one partner penetrates another. Other "types" of sexual intercourse include anal intercourse and oral intercourse.
No. There is a word for people who rely on foods or other natural therapies to prevent conception. They are called parents.
No. Presuming the due date is correct, a woman is pregnant for approximately 9 months. Having intercourse in February and deliverying a baby the next February is 12 months. Not possible he is the father. The father would be someone with whom she had intercourse in May or early June.