Every month, if you do everything right, you chances of getting pregnant are about 20%.
If you used protection and were on your period, you were pretty safe. Probaly nothing to worry about, but there is a chance of getting pregnant every time you have sex. Even if you are protected. Protection lowers the chances greatly, but it is still possible.
Actually it depends on the Period or menstruation cycle that means the women body release a egg about every month so if the last period secretion was on say 1st march then the chances of getting pregnant are around 10 th march to 20th march.
There is every chance that you are pregnant.
Peeing will not keep you from getting pregnant.
When you don't have sexual intercourse! The gal can get pregnant: * anytime before her period * anytime during her period * anytime after her period * anytime ... Period! Those are the medically proven facts - not to say that this will be true for every person, but the chances are there.
Well, condoms are effective 99% of the time, so... 1% chance.
You can get pregnant even if you have oligomenorrhea. You just have less chances than most other women who ovulate every 28-35 days. It is also much harder to determine when exactly it is that you are ovulating. Chances vary per person, but it is most definitely possible.
No, that ovary will still produce an egg every month.
Going to the bathroom after sex has NOTHING to do with your chances of getting pregnant..birth control and other forms of protection are necessary and even then nothing is guaranteed to work 100%..and ANY girl can get pregnant, no matter her age, if she is healthy and ovulating (meaning if she gets a period every month)
HCG doubles about every other day, so if you get your period, chances are you are not pregnant. Not True. Many women can testify upon having a PERIOD while being pregnant. Some can testify upon having a PERIOD all 9 months of her pregnancy.
The chance is very small, as on average your ovulation doesn't happen until about 14 days later. Every woman's cycle is different however, so if yours is very short you may need to be careful!
Yes, you can. I actually had a period for several months even though I was pregnant. I kept thinking, man I am working out every day, why am I getting fat! Sure enough, I was 4 months pregnant!
i would be taking a pregnancy test asap. missing pills can affect your chances of getting pregnant. i am in a similar situation! every time you miss a pill, it doublesd your chance of getting pregnant! take a test as soon as your able too! i had a weird crampy feeling before i got pregnant each time!!!! good luck!
There's a 2% chance of conceiving.
Condom are considered to be 90% to 97% effective (depending on who you talk to). So even with proper condom use you have a 3% to 10% chance of getting pregnant. Most sources favor the 97% figure.
Yes it can since the quality of the sperms wont be as good if they are released too often. Try every other day.
Every time you have sex there is a chance of getting pregnant. With other forms of contraception the risk is lower but there is always a chance. If 100 couples have sex without birth control over the course of a year, 85 will have a pregnancy.
You may be pregnant if sexually active. Do a test when your period is late.
Go to the doctor
Of course there is a chance, but I have honestly been late on almost every period and dont take a test then I end up getting my period.
absolutely. you should take a few tests as well to be sure.
If this was a normal cycle in which ovulation occurred normally, the chances should be low. However, the only way to determine fertility is to check your temperature and vaginal fluid every day so that you can pinpoint ovulation. Check out: http://www.ovusoft.com/library/primer002.asp
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