No, you often get excess cervical mucus when you are pregnant anyway
Cervical mucus is clear and runny just before ovulation and becomes thick and white after ovulation. http://wish2conceive.com
Sperm can live up to 5 days in a healthy setting (good quality cervical mucus) but without ovulation you cannot get pregnant.
there is a possibility of pregnancy anytime you have sex. you can get pregnant before during or after ovulation. ovulation just increases your chances. and yes it is possible to get pregnant on your period.
It is possible, although not recommended.
Yes it is possible
yes it is possible
I believe it is 16 days if not you may be pregnant.
It is possible .
Women have egg-white cervical mucus due to ovulation. This is a sign that the woman is fertile and it is a better chance to get pregnant.
Nausea is a symptom of pregnancy. And if you missed your ovulation then yes, it is possible.
You could be, but it's more likely that you're just ovulating. Many women notice blood in with the cervical mucous during ovulation
The 6 days prior to your ovulation is your most fertile period. Even after you ovulate it is still possible to get pregnant within 12 hours of your ovulation time. If you do not know the exact time that you ovulate then it could be possible if you had intercourse the day after your ovulation. You will just need to relax and wait up to 2 weeks to find out if you are pregnant or not.
It is possible. But you could be fertile.
Pregnancy is possible once ovulation starts. as soon as you start your menstrual cycle you can get pregnant.
Ovulation is typically regarded as the best day to get pregnant but any intercourse five days prior to or up to 16 hours after ovulation can result in pregnancy. 28 days is considered to be the typical menstrual cycle with the 14th day as your most fertile. However, keep in mind that some women do not have the typical 28 day cycle. Basal Body Temperature charting, ovulation test strips, cervical mucous changes, and cervical position can help determine ovulation.
Your question is not clear, but I'll answer it the best I can: If 8 days prior to the true day of Ovulation -- Low but it is possible. Depends on the presence of cervical fluid, the longevity of sperm life (can vary), and how accurately you determined the time of ovulation. If you determined ovulation by basal body temperature then the ovulation event could have preceded this temperature shift by a day or two. (Progesterone causes temp rise and is only secreted by the corpus luteum after ovulation has taken place.) Sperm in good cervical fluid can typically live up to 3-5days. 8 would be a stretch. If 8 days after the true day of Ovulation -- None.
Yes, it is possible. A woman can only get pregnant during her fertile phase - when she ovulates, and about a week prior to ovulation when there is fertile quality cervical mucus present - this occurs between 2-3 weeks before menstruation. So you would ovulate before getting your first period, thus could get pregnant before your periods start.
You can only get pregnant if you have sex when you are fertile - this is around a week before ovulation when there is fertile cervical mucus, then ovulation occurs around 14 days before your period. At most there is only a viable egg for up to 48 hours.
yes, it is very possible, you are just as able to get pregnant when on your period as you are before and after ovulation! (you are more likely during ovulation)
I'm going to say yes. It seems to be possible to get pregnant at anytime. so just be safe.
Yes, it is possible. That is roughly when ovulation occurs. So if you have sex within a couple days on either side of your ovulation, pregnancy is quite possible.