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. 99%
There is a high chance to get pregnant a day after ovulation because the egg which is ready to be fertilized can live 12 to 24 hours. Sperm can also live up to two to three days. There is high chance to get pregnant two days before ovulation, during ovulation and a day after.
Depends on the circumstances of the penis. Was there precum? Maybe. Was there ejaculation? The chances are greater that you get pregnant during your ovulation, but some women get pregnant anytime of the month. well, just think of it this way--when you ovulate is in fact the ONLY time in which you can get pregnant. and it is possible to ovulate at any time.
No, one day after your period the chances that you would be ovulating are slim to none. Typically, ovulation takes place on the 14th day after your period starts in regular 28 day cycles. The chances of getting pregnant before at least 10 or 11 days after the day your period starts its practically impossible.
High. That just the time it takes for ovulation to occur.
considering you get your period because your uterine wall is shedding from not getting pregnant during ovulation (fertility period). i would say chances are that your egg is no longer "active" and you are not pregnant.
Yes, there is a high chance to get pregnant a day after ovulation. The window of opportunity to conceive begins two days prior to ovulation, ovulation day, and a day after.
This shouldn't affect your chances of conceiving. Just remember not to do this once you are pregnant.
A woman may potentially get pregnant at anytime during her menstrual cycle. The likelihood of getting impregnated increases around day 14 which is ovulation day if the period is regular. Advice given to those who wish to avoid getting pregnant is as follows - use contraception and/or avoid intercourse between days 10 and 20 (especially day 14) of the menstrual cycle to decrease the chances of getting pregnant.
it is possible that you ovulated earlier. also sperm lives for awhile inside of you
Depending on the length of your cycle, ovulation day is often between the 14th and 16th day. It is most likely that you will get pregnant around this period since it is then that you are most fertile, but there is a small chance you could get pregnant on day 9 if you did not use a form of birth control, or the birth control failed to work properly.
Sperm can live for up to three days inside the women. And there is no way to tell when you are ovulating unless you take an ovulation test. You can only get pregnant during ovulation. I'd say there is always a chance of getting pregnant, especially if you aren't using protection. The chances of getting pregnant while on your period are slim, but it can happen.
Your chances are EXTREMELY high!
Your chances are nearly 100%!
the chanses are you wont
Next to impossible chance of getting pregnant.
Day 1 of your cycle is the day you start your period, followed by ovulation. About 14 days after ovulation you will have your next period if you are not pregnant, beginning the cycle over again. Ovulation is the phase of the cycle when pregnancy can occur and this comes after your period.
Yes - you are still very fertile a day after ovulation
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.
from what i understand a women gets pregnant during ovulation witch is about five days after your period. but if you got your period twice in a month then that you did not get pregnant after the first time you had your period.
pretty high cause spem last a long time in your uterus
pulling out still can release some sperm and if you have a 28 day cycle, 14 days would be optimum(14 days from the first day of the last period) in terms of ovulation times.