Periods and Conception
Conception Dates

When did you conceive if your last period ended May 31?


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2011-09-14 08:39:58
2011-09-14 08:39:58

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.


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Around May 23rd if you have a 28 day cycle, a bit later if it is longer.

Usually ended, but everyone's cycle is different so it may be more days than that.

Yes you may have a period or a lighter than normal period.

If your last menstrual period was May 13, your ovulation should have been approximately between May 26 and May 28, which is when you likely would have conceived.

It is safe, but if you aren't having your period there may be other possiblities. You may need to go see the doctor to get your period going again. And if you didn't have your period this month, you may not ovulate this month.

You know that your period has ended when the bleeding stops. After your flow you may have a little spotting for a few days, but once you have only discharge your period has ended.

I will assume you are talking about May 11th 2011. That would make your estimated conception date May 24th 2011. However, that date may be out by a couple of days. It also depends on when you actually ovulated.

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 can conceive is not the same as someone who has a regular period.

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.

You conceived in the last days of August - beginning of September.

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.

It is extremely unusual to conceive during a period, but you may need an ultrasound scan to confirm your due date.

it should be somewhere between early august and early September near the 6th of either month

No, it is biologically impossible to conceive during menstruation as there is no egg present. It is however possible to conceive as a result of sex during menstruation as if fertile sperm may survive up to 7 days, by which time you may ovulate.

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..

Based on a normal gestation period of 40 weeks the conception was on August 15th

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