What are your chances of being pregnant if your period was late but you did get it and now you have pains around your ovulation time?

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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Hi,

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.