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pain during ovulation isn't uncommon and is not usually anything to worry about, and is not a symptom of pregnancy. If you had sex sometime after your period, or if you experience very sharp pains, you should see a doctor right away and make sure you aren't experiencing a tubal pregnancy which means the fertilized egg doesn't travel into the uterus but instead starts to grow in the fallopian tube. It can be very serious or even fatal.

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It is normal to experience pains around your ovulation time. This is not pregnancy related. Because you got your period then you most likely aren't pregnant. But if your period was lighter than usual, then do a pregnancy test.

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there is a possibility of pregnancy anytime you have sex. you can get pregnant before during or after ovulation. ovulation just increases your chances. and yes it is possible to get pregnant on your period.


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.


The chances of getting pregnant before you have your period are higher because that is when you are most fertile in your ovulation stage. I advise condoms and birth control if you don't want to get pregnant.


if you are having unprotected sex, your chances of becoming pregnant are 100%, do not count on a 'safe time" or ovulation dates.


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.


it can possible during ovulation period ,more chances is during 10 to 15 days btween period,if a female have 28 days cycle


You can get pregnant during period of ovulation. It's the best or most fertile time to get pregnant.


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.


Not necessarily -- you could be having PMS. That sometimes starts for women a few days past ovulation and continues until they have their next period.


No you cannot get pregnant. During the period, there is no ovulation uccurring that means there is no egg cell to be fertilized by sperm cell. The next ovulation occurs around in the next 5 days or so.


Ovulation usually starts 11-14 days after the first day of your period. But there still might be a chance you could be pregnant.


if you are pregnant you miss your period


No, you can get pregnant at ovulation and just not get your period back after birth.


Yes, you could. However, the chances are low. If you miss your period you should take a pregnancy test.


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.


You can only get pregnant if you have sex when you are fertile - this is around a week before ovulation when there is fertile cervical mucus, then ovulation occurs around 14 days before your period. At most there is only a viable egg for up to 48 hours.


If you get your period chances are you are not pregnant. If you don't get your period and you are pregnant, your doctor/midwife will want to determine when you most likely conceived, to do this he/she will want to know the first day of your last period. If you have a 28 day cycle ovulation usually occurs in the middle of your cycle.


ANSWERChances of getting pregnant during period are almost zero.



Just theoretically possible, but vanishingly unlikely. Her period starts typically 10-14 days after ovulation (the fertile time). There's a 4-day fertility window around ovulation. Outside that, chances are very low to zero.


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.


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.


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.


Yes, you can. The day of ovulation is when you are most likely to get pregnant. Take a pregnancy test if you then miss your next period.




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