You may have to wait a couple of months for your 'normal' cycle to resume, or you may get pregnant straight away. Just have sex whenever you feel like it, that works about half the time..
Women are most likely to conceive at the time of ovulation. Ovulation can happen a week after your period until your next period.
If your period was heavy or like usual then its not likely that you are pregnant.
A woman is most likely to conceive during her ovulation period.
Yes, period or not, you can conceive a child. Even if someone hasn't started their period they can get pregnant because they never know when they're about to start. No one should use their period as an excuse to have unprotected sex.
It can take several months for birth control to leave your system enough to make pregnancy possible. Start charting your periods and learn about ovulation signals. Try fertilityfriend.com.
whenever she is fertile. she is most likely to conceive 3 days before she ovulates - 3 days after she ovulates. and she will usually ovulate 14 days before her period. ex. if she gets her period on the 20th, then she ovulated on the 6th and is most likely to conceive from the 3rd to the 9th.
Normally, no, if you conceive you do not get your period.
No, but when your period has stopped yes you are more likely to get pregnent if you dont use protection
If you're still ovulating then you can still conceive. See your DR to find out why your period hasn't arrived. This is not normal.
that has been about 5 months ago you are peregnet
January 4th, give or take a day.
If you got your period it is extremely unlikely you are pregnant. And if you are trying to conceive you usually need to have sex 2 weeks before your period is due.
Yes, you can conceive on the tenth day after your first period. If you are menstruating then your body has started to ovulate, and that may occur ten days after your first period, so if you have sex without using birth control then conception is very possible.
Not necessarily, I was on depot and my period stopped immediately, but after a week or so it started up and I had my period everyother week.
Most likely not.
Yes you can still conceive with irregular or regular on time periods! all that matters is you have a period!
You are most likely to conceive between the 14th and the 17th day after your first day of the period. You can also start measuring your temperature every morning. A very slight increase of your temperature around the time stated above will indicate that now is the time to conceive. However, if you choose to do the temperature method, you have to do that for a couple months and you should write it down daily. Good luck!
most likely you had a miscairriage, then two weeks later had your period. You may want to talk to a doctor though.
Roughly April 26th.... If you have a normal 28 day cycle.
If you haven't started menstruating, then you haven't reached the sexual maturity required to conceive and carry a child.
A classic answer given is, the optimum (most likely) time to conceive is 12-15 days after the start of menstruation. There is much variability and uncertainty in this. I'm posting two links to answer your question.
You conceive almost immediately after you have sex.
This has happened because you started and then suddenly stopped taking the pill. If you bleeding lasts over 9 days consult your doctor.
You can conceive a child 6 days before your period do date so the 20-25 day after your period ended
mines been like that . i only started mine 3 days ago aswell did you ?