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Answered 2009-03-18 17:51:19

No if you have not had a period before but yes if you have had a period before. As soon as a woman has had her first period she can get pregnant.

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Yes, it is possible to become pregnant one or two days after your period.


Yes, because you are still fertile at this time.Refrain from coitus 5 days before and 5 days after your menstruation.


It is possible to ovulate (release an egg) even without menstruation. Therefore, she probably was ovulating but not menstruating. This meant that it was possible for her to get pregnant.


Well its easier for a girl to get pregnant before her period, if u have sex.



Anything is possible since sperm can live 3-5 days inside of a woman.


Yes, a woman can get pregnant two days after the last day of menstruation. It all depends on her menstrual cycle as to whether she is fertile that day, but it is certainly possible if no birth control is used.


you can get pregnant at anytime if you have sex(even during menstruation or even if you use "protection").


It is possible to get pregnant at any time, but it is much less likely during menstruation. Yes you can get pregnant during you period but it is a very low chance that it will happen. The best time to get pregnant is when you are ovulating and that is normally 14 days before your period.


Yes. Bodies aren't clockwork, so counting days and rhythm methods are notoriously unreliable.


Yes - during the average 28 day cycle 3 days after menstruation would be during your fertile phase, thus pregnancy risk is very high.


Anything is possible but the chances of getting pregnant 3 days before a period is highly unlikely.


It all depends on when you ovulate. On average, ovulation occurs 12 to 16 days before the menstrual period begins.


A woman can get pregnant at any time but the best time is about 12 days after menstruation has finished up until it starts again


Yes, this is the time with the highest likelihood of pregnancy (if you mean 5 days after the END of the menstruation).


You are constantly in a menstrual cycle. It is the 28 days from the start of one period to the start of another. What I think you meant to ask is "Can you get pregnant during Menstruation?" Menstruation is your period. You can get pregnant during this time, but your chances are very low.


Yes, it is definitely in the higher range of days to get pregnant. For a woman to get pregnant, she needs to ovulate (release a mature egg from her ovaries). For most women, ovulation occurs about 14 days after her period. But it can vary from month to month and/or for each woman. So it is possible that 16 days after your period, that you could fall pregnant.


It is biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant - however it is possible to experience vaginal bleeding during pregnancy, which you might mistake for menstruation. It is biologically impossible to get pregnant during menstruation - however it is possible to get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation as given the right environment sperm can survive in the vagina for up to 7 days, by which time you may ovulate. You may mistake ovulation bleeding for menstruation.


They say.. the first 3 days after menstruation.


No, if you menstruated then you are not pregnant - it is possible to bleed when pregnant, but biologically impossible to menstruate during pregnancy. Two days after menstruation spotting is normal, it's just the remaining blood leaving your body.



Women are most fertile about 14 days before the start of their period.


Absolutely. The safest days are the first days of your period and after that you can start ovulating at any time when you have an orgasm. There aren't any real safe days.


yes you can get pregnant you can't get pregnant if your period is still bleeding


Yes, the last days of your period can overlap with ovulation.



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