When did you conceive if your last period ended May 31?
Pregnancy is dated from the first day of your period, and also the length of your cycle is involved with working out your conception date.
Your date of conception is most likely May 8th. This is based on a 28 day cycle so this is not 100% accurate especially if you have an irregular period. The reason for this is your doctor usually measures your due date based on the first day or your last period. If your period is irregular it is not accurate because then the day that you ovulate is also irregular, therefore the day that you…
What could be wrong if you are trying to conceive and you just ended your period 6 days ago but you are now spotting?
I really do not know. However, it sounds like it could be ovulation spotting. That would be about 12 - 16 days after the FIRST day of your last period. If that is the case, it is normal and should not be a cause for concern. If this continues again next month and NOT in conjunction with ovulation, you may want to talk to your doctor.
When did I conceive if the doctors have given me 3 due dates Feb.4th7th11th..My March period 7th April period 6th May period 2nd..Could it have been protected sex on the 18thHe didnt ejaculate?
What days would you most likely be able to conceive if you stopped the pill last month and started your period on the 18th of last month?
It takes 2-3 week after the date of conceive to tell that your pregnant with the pregnancy test, The date of your last period sometimes can be wrong because some woman get it while pregnant and not knowing they are, whilst others don't get it but are not at all the due date they're given. Your date of conceive is roughly the 31st of August and could be a week before that.
Could you be pregnant if you're trying to conceive and your period didn't come but you have very light pink discharge and your last period was only 2 days long and a pregnancy test is negative?
You can conceive at any time throughout your cycle, including during your menstrual period. Spotting generally occurs during implantation and other times throughout a pregnancy. Spotting can also occur just before or just after a menstrual period. If you are concerned you may be pregnant, you should obtain a pregnancy test.
Generally you can't get pregnant on your period, however, if you have a very short cycle or if you ovulate within a week of stopping your period then there is a chance that you may conceive. Sperm can live for around a week once inside the woman, so it is possible that some women may become pregnant if they have sex while on their period.