if you have unprotected sex you can get pregnant. Period.
In fact, a majority of women may miss one period or so, but can still have regular menstruation cycles while pregnant.
It depends when you started having your menstrual cycles because in the first couple of months it is hard to find a regular pattern, if not it could be stress.
Most likely was it just late. It happens and is normal.
Yes, if the child has started their reproductive cycles, they can technically become pregnant. If they should is a different topic.
If my cycle is 5 days late but a little liquria is going on,does it mean that i m pregnant? If my cycle is 5 days late but a little liquria is going on,does it mean that i m pregnant? If you don't have regular cycles how do your cycles go the could help me to give you a better answer. But and the meantime if you think you could be pregnant the best thing to do is take a test with the first urine in the morning. It's the best time to get a positive reading
ANSWERIf you are 16 and if you have regular menstrual cycles - your chances for pregnancy are same as for any woman. Each woman after unprotected sex have 50% to become pregnant.In general you have fertile and not-fertile days during whole menstrual cycle. If you would like to know more about fertile days, safer sex, secure protection and more - visit recommended site.
Yes it sometimes does follow the regular cycles
Yes, especially if you are having short cycles. By implantation bleeding, I'm thinking you mean implantation of a fertilized egg in the lining of the uterus. In any case, any time you have unprotected sex you run the risk of becoming pregnant.
Of all couples trying to conceive, here's about how long it takes:30 percent get pregnant the first cycle (about one month)59 percent get pregnant within three cycles (about three months)80 percent get pregnant within six cycles (about six months)85 percent get pregnant within 12 cycles (about one year)91 percent get pregnant within 36 cycles (about three years)93 to 95 percent get pregnant within 48 cycles (about four years)
yes you can. You can actually have periods throughout the pregnancy although it is more common to not have regular menstrual cycles during pregnancy
if you have a regular cycle and this was a regular period same number of days and bleeding is the same as always. no u could have not gotten pregnant before July 23rd because if you were pregnant your period would not come on women with regular cycles typically ovulate 14 days before next cycle so this cuts ur period off.
I have 36-39 day cycles, and got pregnant.
It depends what your normal cycle is, and what you have been doing. If your cycle is 28 days and you have had unprotected sex you may be pregnant. But many women have irregular cycles and 32 days is not excessive.
if the woman has normal periods and cycles no she can not get pregnant 6 days before her period cause she will not be ovulating at this time u ovulate 14 days before ur next period if you are regular if you are irregular you can ovulate and get pregnant at anytime during your cycle. if your cycle comes on and is regular normal amount of bleeding and days u are not pregnant.
Yes, having irregular cycles can make it more difficult to conceive. Make an appointment with your OB/GYN to determine why your cycles are not regular.
There is no specific age or time when a womans menstrual cycles will regulate, some womens cycles never regulate in fact. Even going through your teens and into your early twenties you will have phases of months or years with regular cycles then out of nowhere as your body changes your cycles can be thrown off. Things such as stress and ill-health can cause irregular cycles too. At very least you shouldn't expect regular cycles until adulthood, early to mid twenties.
I assume that you mean menstrual cycles, and no a person cannot have menstrual cycles while pregnant. It is biologically impossible to ovulate and menstruate while pregnant, the body shuts down the menstrual cycles once you're pregnant. People can bleed while their pregnant for various reasons, for example hormonal imbalance or implantation bleeding, but not menstruate.
Yes, during the majority of a woman's menstrual cycles, she will ovaulate but not get pregnant.
Assuming regular cycles, probably around March 16th, 2008. Assuming regular cycles, probably around March 16th, 2008.
You could be pregnant. A woman can get pregnant through her whole cycle if she doesn't use a contraceptive. There is no fool proof moment in the month where you can say you will not get pregnant if you have sex. Women's cycles vary and as such, you can ovulate on the 14th day of your period, or on the 10th. Also, sperm can live up to a few days in your body. Finally, it is possible for a woman to ovulate twice in her cycle.
Assuming you mean safe period as in a time a woman cannot get pregnant, there is no entirely safe time. You will most likely not get pregnant during your period and up to about 7 days after the start of your period. And, again about 20 days after the start of your period. If you have regular cycles you are safer. But, again it is somewhat of a gamble. Follow the link below for a picture that shows which days you are probably fertile assuming have regular menstrual cycles between 26 and 32 days in length.
It often takes a number of perfectly timed cycles before pregnancy is achieved. The chances of getting pregnant each cycle varies a bit with age. If you are 20-25, your chance per cycle are about 25%. From there they begin to fall off. At 25-30 your chances are about 20%. At 30-35 they are about 15%. After 35 they may be about 10% per ovulatory cycle, and the chances continue the downward trend.This means that the average woman under 30 will get pregnant within 6 cycles. Women in their early 30s get pregnant on average by the end of 9 cycles. Mid-30s would be a year. At any age you are considered infertile if you have been having regular unprotected intercourse for a year without conception; however, women over 35 should seek treatment after 6 months
The hormones found in birth control pills are not harmful to a fetus in the prescribed dose. The purpose they serve is to prevent you from ovulating and therefore preventing you from being able to get pregnant. If your menstrual cycles are typical and regular ovulation and the ability to conceive would occur approximately 14 days after the first day of your period. Unless you happened to have unprotected sex at this time, and then for a lot of women even if you did, you probably are not pregnant. Until you know for sure due to a missed period or positive pregnancy test you should continue taking your birth control pills to prevent you from ovulating and getting pregnant. If it turns out that you are already pregnant from that one time the pills won't have hurt the baby at all.
One cycle of 32 days does not equate to a regular cycle - regular menstrual cycles mean cycles that all follow the same pattern, regular cycles of 32 days or within a week of 32 days for example. It's normal to go up to twelve months without a regular menstrual cycle when coming off the pill so it does take time. If your cycles are still very irregular talk to your doctor about being checked out.
It is possible to get pregnant with PCOS without the use of fertility drugs. You may be prescribed Metformin (a diabetes medication, not fertility drug) to help regulate your blood sugar and balance your hormones, causing more regular cycles.
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