Is it safe to have intercourse on the 6 days of your menstruation?
It is safe to have sex whenever you want to during your menstrual cycle. As long as you practice safer sex and use birth control it is safe.
If my last period started on 8-6-08 and I had intercourse that day and then had intercourse on 8-17-08 what is the date of conception if I have a normal 28 day cycle?
No, that's not true at all. Six days after menstruation you wouldn't even be pregnant; even if you had ovulated directly after menstruation and the egg had been fertilised, it can still take up to 14 days for the fertilised egg to travel down the fallopian tubes to implant in the uterus. The soonest you can tell if you're pregnant is two weeks after you have sex.
It's highly unlikely - ovulation usually occurs 14 days before menstruation. Unless you use a method such as Fertility Awareness Method you cannot accurately determine when you ovulated, but in most women it is two weeks before menstruation...the only reason for suspecting ovulation closer to menstruation would be if you had a shorter than average menstrual cycle.
Well it being the morning after sex, you would not have to worry about implantation bleeding. Implantation bleeding usually occurs anywhere from 3-6 days after intercourse. You cannot accurately test for pregnancy until about two weeks after intercourse. It is probably just a result of rough intercourse that can cause the bleeding.
It's highly unlikely. Typically ovulation occurs two weeks before menstruation, with a woman being fertile up to a week beforehand when there is fertile quality cervical mucus present to keep sperm alive in the vagina up until ovulation, and even if multiple eggs are released there would only be a viable egg for up to 48 hours. It is possible to have a shorter luteal phase (the phase between ovulation and menstruation) and thus you…
What are the chances of getting pregnant if you had intercourse 3 days out of the 6 days of your ovulation?
If you have a 30 to 35 day cycle and your menstruation lasts for about 4 to 6 days and you had unprotected sex on the third day of your period he didn't come inside how likely are you to be pregnant?
While it is remotely possible to get pregnant from sex during menstruation, it is EXTREMELY unlikely. The sperm would have to survive all the way until you ovulated which is usually about 14 days after the first day of your period. Sperm generally has a maximum life span of 7 days and that is in optimal conditions.
No. It is impossible to experience pregnancy symptoms till the Embryo has implanted in your Uterus and begins releasing HCG. When the HCG is at a high enough level then you begin experiencing symptoms. It takes 8-12 days after intercourse for HCG to be relased. So narrow it down to 2 weeks and then you can test 3 weeks after intercourse.
I had intercourse 6 times in the last 2 days without protection then the next day i started my period which is 2 weeks early could this mean that i got pregnant if not what does this mean?
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…
Assuming you had intercourse during ovulation then the soonest you could test positive would be 7 days. However, it's almost impossible to get a result that early. It takes 6 - 12 days for the fertilized egg to travel down the fallopian tubes and implant in the uterus. Your body doesn't start producing hCG (the pregnancy hormone) until implantation has occured. Keeping this in mind you will get more accurate results if you wait 2…
Your boyfriend and you had unpretected sex about 2 days ago and your period is due in about 6 he pulled out before he ejaculatedmay you be pregnant?
What if your period was for an hour and stop and came back and started to flow heavy what does that mean?
Yes, ten days post-intercourse is really too soon to know whether you're pregnant. The fertilized egg doesn't implant in the uterus until roughly 6 to 12 days post-ovulation, and unless you know for sure when you ovulated, ten days after intercourse could fall well before the range of time implantation occurs. Generally, the earliest a woman can determine whether she's pregnant is the day of or the day after her missed period. At this time…
Extra information: If unprotected intercourse was undertaken on the 6/10, protected intercourse undertaken on the 7/10 and unprotected intercourse was undertaken twice 10/10 & 11/10. Ovulation occurred on the 11/10 (positive ovulation stick on the 10/10)..which sperm caused the conception? The 10th and 11th? Or...could one have escaped from the 7th? The 7th was 3 days after period had finished.
You almost cannot get pregnant during your period. The human menstrual cycle is nominally four weeks. Starting with the first day of your period, normally you will become fertile on about day 14. Your fertile period thus is at exactly the opposite end of your cycle from when you are menstruating. This does not mean that you cannot get pregnant from having sexual intercourse during your period. Normally, menstruation is 14 days after the start…
It could very well be that you are pregnant. If you have had intercourse in the last three months without a condom or pessary, I would advise you to see a doctor and have a pregnancy test. It also depends on your age and living style. If you had your first menstruation 3-6 months ago, it could just be your body getting itself prepared for a menstruation every month, and it just isn't very regular…