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Women are most fertile about 14 days before the start of their period.

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not likely, since you ovulate around the middle of your cycle.

a woman can get pregnant at ANY time. yes she can during her menstrual cycle. it is less likely - but does happen! wrap up and protect!

You can become pregnant at any time in your cycle, even while menstruating, although it is most likely about two weeks after your period.

a menstruation , because it becomes irregular which is portion then it stops which is fratiom so, it is irregular and stops .. the answer is menstruation ...

Menstruation is the cycle by which the female becomes fertile. It is the monthly release of the egg. Without menstruation the species could not propagate.

Usually no period indicates pregnancy. The time at which a woman is most likely to get pregnant is several days after she stops Menstruating (bleeding) in a woman with a 28 day menstrual cycle she is most likely to get pregnant on days 11 to 15 inclusive after the day she started bleeding. that means that on average she has stopped bleeding several days before she reaches her fertile stage. When a woman is bleeding she can not get pregnant assuming that the bleeding is a normal menstruation. If a woman becomes pregnant normally she will stop having any sort of menstruation.


You are constantly in a menstrual cycle. It is the 28 days from the start of one period to the start of another. What I think you meant to ask is "Can you get pregnant during Menstruation?" Menstruation is your period. You can get pregnant during this time, but your chances are very low.

The menstrual cycle refers to a woman's entire reproductive cycle - including ovulation and menstruation - thus a woman is able to get pregnant during her menstrual cycle. A woman will typically only be fertile for around 9 days of her cycle: ovulation, and around a week beforehand.A woman cannot get pregnant during menstruation - however she may conceive as a result of sex on her period. Although there is no egg present during menstruation there may be fertile cervical mucus present so the sperm may live long enough to fertilize an egg if she ovulates directly after menstruation.

Once you are back on a natural menstruation cycle you can get pregnant.

You can get pregnant at anytime during your cycle, including during menstruation. There is no such thing as a safe time. There are times when it is less likely but that is all.

Yes, a woman can get pregnant immediately after her period. If she has a short menstrual cycle it is possible for her to ovulate directly after menstruation, or certainly she may be fertile directly after menstruation.

Menstruation is part of the woman's reproductive cycle. Through her menstrual cycle, she ovulates (or releases an egg from her ovaries). During this ovulation period, the egg awaits sperm from a males ejaculation which will then fertilize the females egg. If this fertilization process is successful, the female becomes pregnant. This process is necessary to keep up the human population.

About 9-10 days after the menstruation stops

yes. each cycle is different. i had a normal 2 wk-2 wk cycle but when i got pregnant it was with a 3 wk-1 wk

Menstruation is when the uterine lining sheds - this occurs once per menstrual cycle. Menstruation occurs if a woman doesn't fall pregnant, the uterine lining sheds ready for next cycle.

This is when we are most likely to get pregnant. Ovulation usually takes place around 14 days into your cycle, in a 28 day cycle.

The chances are not great, but it's possible to get pregnant at anytime. The nearer to menstruation copulation occurs the less likely conception, and since sperm can live for a few days it's safer near next menstruation than last.

No, it's biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant. Menstruation is part of the menstrual cycle, a regular pattern of ovulation and the body preparing for pregnancy, or when there is no pregnancy the uterus lining shedding and the whole process starting again. Thus when pregnant the menstrual cycle is no longer carrying on, no ovulation and no menstruation.

Is 24 days interval normal in menstruation cycle

Depends if the girl had sex and had started her ovulation/menstruation cycle prior to having sex.

Yes, ovulation can occur at any point in a woman's cycle.

No, clearly if you menstruated you're not pregnant. Spotting after menstruation may be the end of menstruation or mid-cycle spotting as a result of hormonal changes and/or ovulation.

Menstruation takes place about once a month during a woman's reproductive years. If woman has normal menstrual cycle she can get pregnant. If woman hasn't menstruation she hasn't possibility of conceiving/bearing children.

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