I may be wrong, but I believe that you can only get pregnant during ovulation, but sperm can live for up to 72 hours in the womans body before fertilizing the egg.
Or you may have miscalculated with the calendar. It isn't 100% accurate and all women have different length of cycles. Some women ovulate every 28 days, some it's 29 days, it can be any number of days. The ovulation calendar may be set up for 28 day cycles and you may have a different amount of days in your cycle. to answer your question. answer I agree with the previous response. you can only become pregnant during ovulation.
I had unprotected intercourse four days after my ovulation day.
Two weeks later, I had a pretty regular 6-day period.AnswerYou get pregnant when egg and sperm meet. The egg is released at ovulation and travels down the fallopian tube, through the uterus, and out. Sperm can live a short time in the uterus, thus you can get pregnant if the sperm is there to meet the egg on the way down. Similarly, the egg's travel takes a short while, so you can get pregnant if the egg is there to meet the sperm. But no egg, no pregnancy. It is not particularly difficult to tell when you are ovulating or getting ready to---the cervical mucus is more abundant, clear, and stringy. This mucus allows the sperm to swim freely. On non-fertile days when there is no egg there anyways, the mucus is scanty, cloudy, and tacky. You can tell the difference on toilet paper if you pay attention. You get fertile mucus for a few days before you ovulate, to assist sperm in getting past the cervix and into the womb. If you avoid making love during the fertile mucus times and for three days afterwards, you will not get pregnant. Alternatively, if you want to get pregnant, those days are your best bet. You can have fertile mucus more than once in your cycle. See http://www.woomb.org for more information on fertile mucus and natural family planning.
A woman CAN GET PREGNANT at ANYTIME of the month because there is NO set date for ovulation only time can tell. And correction to the first answer..sperm can live in you for up to 6 days.
Depends on the circumstances of the penis. Was there precum? Maybe. Was there ejaculation? The chances are greater that you get pregnant during your ovulation, but some women get pregnant anytime of the month. well, just think of it this way--when you ovulate is in fact the ONLY time in which you can get pregnant. and it is possible to ovulate at any time.
When you don't want a child? I'm not sure what you mean but I'll just tell you that you shouldn't get pregnant if you don't want and are not ready for a child and you also won't get pregnant if you are not ovulating. however, it is possible to ovulate at any time and even if you have sex BEFORE you ovulate, sperm can live for about 3-5 days inside a woman's body. so just know that you can get pregnant at any time of the month if you ovulate.
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