It depends on her cycle, but very likely.
A woman is fertile during ovulation (which is typically two weeks before menstruation) and up to a week beforehand when there is fertile quality cervical mucus present - thus during an average 28 day cycle a woman will be fertile potentially days 7-16 of her cycle.
Yes. Every woman's period is different. A period that lasts only three days will still expel an egg, and a woman is still fertile afterward.
No, you become fertile after your period. ITs called a menstruel cycle because you menstrate first, then ovulate.
A woman is actually fertile less than 48 hours per month are fertile.
Yes. During a typical 28 day cycle a woman will ovulate on day 14, thus will have fertile cervical mucus present from day 7 - this keeps sperm alive in the vagina for up to 7 days. If your cycle is short it's very possible you;re fertile 3 days after your period.
Ovulation is the period of time a woman is fertile. This is nomally in the middle of a womans cycle lasting 3-7 days. Ive never heard of the term "non-ovulating", but i would have to say it is the days that she isn't ovulating/fertile. Or maybe it refferrs to after menopause, when a woman no longer ovulates, making her infertile.
No that would be highly unlikely as your fertile period does not start until 9 days after the start of your period. even if your period is 6 days long that still allows for 3 days unti fertility.
You are fertile for around 3 days which is days 13-15 :)
Yes, it is possible for a woman to get pregnant on her period. Remember, sperm can live for 3-5 days in the woman.
3 to 8 days but i really depends on the woman or child
no! usually in normal circle has aduration of 27 days +/-3-4so you have to start countingfrom the 1st day you see blood and near the 12day left you may have ovulation+/-2-3 days you are fertile if you have coitus with a fertile male probably you may be pregnantwhat you mean light period?
Ovulation usually happens in the middle of a woman's period (10-15 days after period) and is the period when the woman is fertile. That is why it is highly unlikely that women get pregnant during their period. Pregnancy is most likely if intercourse occurs anywhere from 6 days before ovulation until 2-3 days after ovulation, however, this varies and it depends on the length and regularity of a woman's periods and how long the sperm lives after intercourse. To avoid pregnancy it is best to use protection all the time but to get pregnant it is a good idea to buy ovulation-tests. Hope this helps.
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