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If you had intercourse with your boyfriend a week ago and think you were ovulating because you were on your period 2 weeks before could you be pregnant because your seeing blood and is this normal?

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2005-12-01 22:55:12
2005-12-01 22:55:12

Did you think to use a condom, so you wouldn't even have to ask this question? Otherwise, you might want to get a home pregnancy test.

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If you were pregnant no. If you were pregnant you would miss your period, and most likely you wouldn't be pregnant because by that time (a week before your period) you are no longer ovulating.

a) Because you are ovulating b) Because you are about to get your period c) Because you are pregnant

No. Because you are not releasing eggs yet.

This may be because you are ovulating, are pregnant or have a yeast infection.

Because PCOS causes irregular periods. If you aren't getting periods that means you aren't ovulating. If you aren't ovulating, you can't conceive.

No, you can not get pregnant because you are not ovulating. 32% it may happen

A girl can become pregnant usually after puberty. This is because of her menstrual cycle. She must be ovulating though in order for her to conceive (become pregnant). Some women can have periods without ovulating so that would be the most important thing is that she ovulates.

it is a very little chance that you can get pregnant four days after your period. this is because you have to ovulate to get pregnant, and ovulating happens halfway in your menstruation cycle. once ovulating has occurred, the egg must be fertilised within 24 hours.

Maite is not pregnant because she does not have a boyfriend she is a single women.

Never. People get pregnant because they have unprotected sexual intercourse not because they take a particular drug.

Just because you have intercourse with a woman does not mean she will get pregnant. Your sperm would have had to have reached her egg and fertilize it while she is ovulating. # 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.

if the condom was torn and u were ovulating then ---there is a high chance u can get pregnant because u are fmost fertile on ur ovulating days.

The chances are fairly high. You are most likely to get pregnant during ovulation. This is because the egg is there and ready to be fertilised.

No.No she is not because she doesn't have a boyfriend!

Because they haven't started ovulating yet they usually start at the age of 11-13

if u were not ovuating you would not become pregnant just because u have sex does not mean u get pregnant

Yes, because it is only there that she can release an egg and if during ovulation she had an intercourse there is a chance of getting pregnant.

You can get pregnant any time in the monthly cycle, even when you're on your period because sometimes you begin ovulating while on your last period.

There's no EASIER time to get pregnant. you can only get pregnant when you're ovulating so it's impossible to get pregnant when you are not. That's only a few days tops per month. You could start trying a day before you're ovulating because sperm can live a couple days inside of you. Also, make sure your husband isn't maturbating on his own time because he needs to save his soldiers.

you can actually still get pregnant because a male can pre-ejaculate or pre-cum which still releases sperm. the chances are lower but still possible

approximately 3 days after intercourse. However sometimes longer or not at all because the sperm has to make its way to the egg to fertilize it

It is very unlikely because if you were that close to your period, you probably ovulated almost 2 weeks ago, so the egg would be gone by then. HTH.


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