Getting pregnant is only a 25% chance. While it is true that on average one only has a 25% chance of being pregnant, this means in any given cycle. Your chances are quite good that you are pregnant if you had sex on your first day of ovulation, and your spotting is a good indicator that you have implanted. The chances are extremely high. But don't just have intercourse on your ovulation days, continue having intercourse several days after ovulation for a higher chance of falling pregnant because the egg is continuing its way down the tube. I suggest having sex a few days before and after you ovulate. It pretty much doubles your chances of getting pregnant! Very high. even days before. Extremely high. Ovulation is the day the egg is released, which dies within 24-48 (1-2 days) if not fertilized. The egg can only become fertilized in the fallopian tubes. the only problem with this is most people don't know how long it takes for sperm to reach the egg. The chances of getting pregnant by having sex around the day you ovulate is 60% in any one cycle.
High. That just the time it takes for ovulation to occur.
If you're healthy & have unprotected sex during your ovulation days, your chances of getting pregnant are very close to 100%.
when a person is having unprotected sex, the chances of becoming pregnant are 100%, no matter what the regulation of periods or ovulation dates are.
if you are having unprotected sex, your chances of becoming pregnant are 100%, do not count on a 'safe time" or ovulation dates.
Pepsi? As in the beverage? That wont change a thing.
No. When a woman has intercourse for the first time, she is no more or less likely to become pregnant than if she has had sex 500 times.
It's entirely up to you! The chances of becoming pregnant are much higher if you have intercourse about a week or so before your period.
You can get pregnant anytime. Your chances are increased when you're ovulating.
Yes, you can. Ovulation pain has nothing to do with your chances of getting pregnant. Sometimes cramping around your ovary region can be a sign of ovulation. Your ovulation time is the best to try to get pregnant but the ovulation pain really does not have anything to do with it.
Nursing a baby does not prevent ovulation. Condoms are also not foolproof. So there is a chance of becoming pregnant. In fact, many mothers end up getting pregnant within a year after giving birth. So, once again, the only absolute pregnancy prevention is to refrain from intercourse.