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If you ovulated on 100408 could you have conceived on 100908?

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2008-10-19 01:19:05
2008-10-19 01:19:05

No, you cannot get pregnant five days after ovulation. In order to get pregnant, you must have intercourse before or the day of ovulation. But keep in mind, it is hard to pinpoint the exact day of ovulation.

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If you know for sure you ovulated because of BBT Temp Chart then, if was just ovulation pain and this has no indication of whether or not you have conceived.


well, late pregnancy u/s can vary + or - 2 weeks. you could have ovulated earlier or later in your cycle.


Yes, if you ovulated and had sex during that time, you could be pregnant.


you conceived around march 18. so if you had sex that day, or the few days prior, the sperm could have lived long enough to fertilize the egg when you ovulated on march 18.


she would have conceived 3 weeks prior. so Jan 17. even if you didnt have sex on this day, if you had sex within the few days prior, the sperm could live until you ovulated on the 17th.


Depends on the day you ovulate. Sperm can live up to 72 hours. So if you ovulated on Sept. 8, you would conceive that day. But you could ovulate on the 9th or 10th, and that would be when the sperm met the egg.


This is unlikely, although it could be possible depending on when you ovulated.


If he deposited sperm in your vagina and you ovulated, you could be pregnant. No sperm, no baby.



If you ovulated the day before your period then you should check with your doctor as you may be one of the minority of women who ovulate more than once a month. As for being pregnant, if you had unprotected sex when you ovulated you have an increased risk as it might not have been flushed with your period.



technically yes, as long as you ovulated THIS month. This would highly depend on the reason for the last two missed periods. If they were missed due to a naturally irregular cycle, there is no reason that you could not have ovulated on the third month.



yes, because if your due April 1st, then it is still 9 months from when you were conceived


i have learned that you have 14 days since the first day of your period to become pregnant in other words whatever the 14th day lands on that day you become pregnant. for example if you started on the 20th then you were more likely to become pregnant on jan.2 that is when you ovulated.



You likely conceived in the third week of June, though it is possible that you conceived later than that. You don't mention the length of your average cycle. Did you notice a time when you had discharge the same slickness as eggwhites and found it easy to be in the mood for sex? Those are fertility signs, signs that you are ovulating. Sex a few days before that to a day after that would have led to this conception. If you ovulated in the middle of a typical 28 day cycle, around June 17th, you could have had a positive pregnancy test as early as July 1st. If your negative test was before or on the 14th of July, you may have conceived in June. If your negative test was after the 14th, you might have conceived in July.


Generally, no. Pregnant women do not have menstrual cycles.


I have read from many online sources that you can expect to have ovulated from between 10-16 days before your next period starts. Since you can only get pregnant within a small window of time after ovulation (between 12-36 hours) this question is all dependent on how long your cycle is, how regular you are etc. If you have the standard 28 day cycle, you could ovulate anywhere between cycle days 12-18 (if my math is correct) but this could vary greatly if your cycle is longer. Basically subtract 16 days from your standard cycle length to get the soonest you could have ovulated and 10 days to get the latest you could have ovulated.




That depends if you know how to read your ovulation. The period can only come after ovulation. If you have no idea whether you ovulated or not, then there is no guarantee of anything. If you ovulated and you´ve had sex around the time of ovulation, you´re likely pregnant. If you haven´t ovulated, there is no way you are pregnant, no matter if you had sex, or not. And, of course, if you are late, and you haven´t had sex, then you likely haven´t ovulated for some reason. Maybe you´ve been under stress, or you´ve been sick... many reasons can occur that make the body pause out on the menstrual cycle.


Yes, that is possible. You can still have a period while pregnant, thought it usually looks like spotting or gets lighter. You could have also conceived while on your period. I hope I helped!


Not necessesarily. However, it can be possible. If you had intercourse aoround the time you ovulated, it could be possible. If in doubt take a HPT.




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