What is the likelihood of getting pregnant 2 weeks after a woman has given birth?
You're not even suppose to have sex until 4-6 weeks after giving birth vaginally and 6-12 weeks by c-section. However if you're breastfeeding, you are very unlikely to get pregnant as long as your breastfeed but it is still possible. In short- your chances for being pregnant this early is 1% You can have sex after giving birth as soon as you BOTH feel like it. Every doctor has seen women already pregnant at the 6 week post-natal check. Breast-feeding is not a contraceptive in the West we are too well-fed.
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.
Aside from the standard 1 percent what is the chance of becoming pregnant if you miss a couple days of your birth control medication then have unprotected sex after 4 days of taking it as prescribed?
It is difficult to make a likelihood estimation based on the information provided. However, given that the menstrual cycle is regular then it is safe to assume that ovulation occured on day 14 of the cycle. That means, the highest probability of getting pregnant is on and around day 14. Not taking birth control pills increases the risk of pregnancy. The further away from day 14, on either side, the day the intercourse took place…