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It is possible .
an ovulation predictor kit will turn positive when a woman is pregnant. Positive means the test line is darker than or the same as the reference line, so a light test line does NOT mean a positive pregnancy test like it does if using an actual home pregnancy test!
Certainly. This is when you generally want to have intercourse in order to conceive.
No, ovulation is the release of an egg from your ovarys. This means you have the potential, with sexual intercourse, of becoming pregnant. It does not mean that you are pregnant.
YES, there is the possibility.
You have unprotected sexual intercourse and focus in the ovulation days.
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 not.
No, you cannot get pregnant five days after ovulation. In order to get pregnant, you must have intercourse before or the day of ovulation. But keep in mind, it is hard to pinpoint the exact day of ovulation.
Yes, because it is only there that she can release an egg and if during ovulation she had an intercourse there is a chance of getting pregnant.
When it comes to getting pregnant the smartest choice that you can make is to have sex often as more sex increases your chances for conception. However, it is important to pay attention to your ovulation cycles to ensure that you focus your attention on the most optimum times. When an ovulation predictor kit tests positive it means that there has been a spike in LH (luteinizing hormone) levels in the body, indicating that ovulation is most likely to occur within 24-72 hours. It is actually best to start actively trying to conceive 12-24 hours before a positive ovulation test, which is why it is important to have sex once or twice a day during the week or so leading up to ovulation, during ovulation and a few days after.