People think they ovulate before their period, but truth is you never know when you ovulate. Even so, you can still get pregnant when you're ovulating. It's just as possible as any other day.
The chances of getting pregnant at 36 are the same as any other age before menopause.
No, you won't ovulate
The chances are very good
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.
Anything is possible but the chances of getting pregnant 3 days before a period is highly unlikely.
The same chances as if he hadn't...it's called pre-ejaculation.
I would say the chances of getting pregnant are pretty high. Normally, you ovulate around the 14th day before your period is due. This is more like a range of 12-16 days though. You had sex 13 days before your period is due, which is in that range. It is certainly possible.
Your period is the start of your cycle so you ovulate two weeks before your period. The cycle is not just your period but the whole month from one period to the next.
You can get pregnant before the first time you bleed because you ovulate before you bleed and that is when you can get pregnant.
Getting pregnant is related to ovulation. Because a girl can ovulate before having her first period, it is possible to become pregnant before beginning to menstruate. Any time a girl has sex,she can potentially get pregnant.
You do not ovulate while on the pill, however starting it late and stopping mid-cycle there is no way of predicitng when you will ovulate or if you will become pregnant.
The pull out method doesn't work. You can get pregnant before, during, and after your period.
Same as before the miscarriage. D&C does not make you sterile or makes it harder to get pregnant.
You have to ovulate in order to get pregnant.
it is possible to get pregnant while on your period, it depends when you ovulate, i just read that some women ovulate during their period most women ovulate 14 days before their period is due
Right before your period. Whenever you ovulate.
No, but knowing exactly when you ovulate is really hard, and semen can survive inside you for a few days.
Yes. Its always good to have sex 2-3 days before you ovulate, the day you ovulate and 2 days after if your trying to get pregnant.
no it does not affect your chances but should be checked immediately before it spreads
If the guy ejaculates during intercourse, before wearing a condom & you are not on your period, then you can conceive.
It is possible. The pull out method is not reliable. This is because pre-ejaculate is released before ejaculation, and this contains sperm. Some women ovulate during their period, and if you do you could be pregnant. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your next period.
The chances of getting pregnant are always high - a week before or even after. The sperm can hang around a lot longer than you think. Don't rely on the cycle period of conception. Use a condom or refrain if you want to remain safe.
Yes before you get your period the first time you ovulate.
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