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2006-08-29 11:44:31
2006-08-29 11:44:31

most places will tell you its not very possible, but believe me from personal experience, it's POSSIBLE! use condoms dude


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It is not higher than when your not on your period

It's the first day of your last menstrual period.

Usually slim to none. However multiple ovulations can occur and there is a chance of pregnancy then.

It is possible. You can get pregnant at any time, so it is important to always use protection unless you want to have a baby. If you miss your next period, take a pregnancy test

What was the first day of your period? That is more important as that is when pregnancy is counted from.

Estimated due dates and pregnancy time lines are calculated from the very first day of your last menstrual period.

Take it the first day of your missed period.

12 days after the first day of your last period is a possibly fertile day. As for the birth control, I don´t know, but maybe you should get back on it after you make sure that you are not pregnant.

The chances that you are pregnant, stand on having sex on your ovulation day(s), meaning if you had sex on the 14th day after your period. It also depends on what day cycle do you usually get you period. But, in fact, I'd suggest that you take a pregnancy test, i would say that you are 50% pregnant and 50% not so, because it had been a long time since you didn't get you period, or you could expect it in few dayd, if not, take a pregnancy test or talk to your doctor.

It depends on when your period started and on the length of your menstrual cycle. On an average 28 day cycle the time to fall pregnant is by having sex between days 10 and days 16 from the first day of bleeding, The further you get away from those particular days the lower the chance of pregnancy.

Estimated due dates and pregnancy time lines are calculated from the first day of your last period.

It is possible that she could be pregnant. She needs to take a pregnancy test if she misses her next period

The first day of your period is the important day, not the last day. If I assume that the first day of your period was around the 7th, that would mean you have pretty good chances of getting pregnant this month.

Generally speaking ovulation (fertile period) occurs two weeks before your period. The chances of pregnancy reach a maximum in the middle of the menstrual cycle, close to ovulation (if you have a 28-day menstruation cycle, the ovulation period is nearly the 14th day of the cycle. ) Cycle is counted from the first day of menses.

If you start the pill on the first day of your period, you have immediate protection against pregnancy.

Pregnancy occurs around the time of ovulation which is roughly on day 14 of the cycle. This applies to periods that are regular. Chances are high that no pregnancy took place when intercourse occured after the end of one's period. Again, it is important to keep in mind that ovulation is easier to predict when a period is regular.

10 to 14 days after the first day of your period.

pregnancy occurs after you ovulate which is usually 14 day`s into your cycle so a pregnancy test can be done a day after you are due your period or you could use a pregnancy test like First Response that can tell you up to 4 day`s before your period whether you`re pregnant or not.

Pregnancy can be confirmed about 4 weeks after the first day of your LMP (last period) or about the time your next period is due to begin.

If you have been using the pill for some time and took that first pill late on the day it was due, chances of pregnancy are very small.

chances of what? Pregnancy? You wouldn't have an actual period while you are pregnant since that's the shedding of your lining and losing that would cause you to miscarry. Some women will have bleeding/spotting during pregnancy when there period would be due, if it wasn't like your usual periods and there's a chance of pregnancy you should test. good luck and i hope you get the answer you want.

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