There is no 'safe' period. Pregnancy can occur at any time during your menstrual cycle.
Day 1 of your cycle is the day you start your period, followed by ovulation. About 14 days after ovulation you will have your next period if you are not pregnant, beginning the cycle over again. Ovulation is the phase of the cycle when pregnancy can occur and this comes after your period.
pregnancy occurs after you ovulate which is usually 14 day`s into your cycle so a pregnancy test can be done a day after you are due your period or you could use a pregnancy test like First Response that can tell you up to 4 day`s before your period whether you`re pregnant or not.
No. In order for pregnancy to occur, ovulation must happen which is part of the females cycle.
It is highly unlikely that pregnancy would occur 1 day before the period. Therefore, the period should resume as usual. It is important to note that pregnancy can occur at anytime during the cycle, but most commonly it occurs on or around day 14.
the "period" is a part of the reproductive cycle/system.The menstrual cycle involves the development of a nutrient-rich lining (the endometrium) within a woman's uterus that will cushion and nourish a developing fetus should impregnation occur. If pregnancy does not occur, this lining is released in what is known as menstruation, or a menstrual period. I hope I helped :D
It's unlikely that pregnancy will occur during the menstrual cycle as there is not a egg in the correct position in which to be fertilized. However there is a 1% risk that pregnancy can occur so if it's possible, get the morning after pill.
Yes you can. Ovulation normally occurs on day 14 of the cycle if the period is regular. However, ovulation may potentially occur at anytime during the cycle and lead to pregnancy.
During the menstrual cycle the secondary uterus lining plumps-up in preparation for the possibility of pregnancy so that it can care for the growing fetus. If pregnancy doesn't occur then the uterus lining sheds, this is known as the menstrual phase or a 'period'.
Yes! as long as it is in that period of a woman's fertility cycle where she is ovulating and she doesn't have to have had her first period yet either. Same after having a baby - she can get pregnant right away, again without having a period. The fertility cycle comes before the period.
Normal fluctuations occur as a result of puberty, the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, and menopause.
It is possible, but not always likely. A female's menstrual cycle, including ovulation, is nearly impossible to predict. This makes it hard to determine when your greatest chances of pregnancy can occur. Some women can even become pregnant while on their period, contrary to common myths.
Ovulation can occur at any point during your cycle. Even during your period.
No sex and your period is only related when pregnancy occur.
Pregnancy symptoms usually can occur as early as the week of the expected period or 1-2 weeks after the expected period.
Vomiting and back pains and such
It's possible, though not likely. If the very first menstrual cycle is ovulatory, which isn't always the case, it may be possible to get pregnant a couple of weeks before menarche (the first period).
Yes it is possible. Depending on which day in the cycle there is more or less of a chance that pregnancy can occur.
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.
No. Spotting can occur during pregnancy.
The menstrual cycle is the reproductive cycle of human beings, experienced by females. Every cycle the body prepares for chance of pregnancy by releasing an egg and plumping-up the uterus lining, if pregnancy doesn't occur then the uterus lining sheds ready to start a new next cycle.
I had a abnormal period, but found out I was not pregnant. Its my understanding that although pregnancy can occur right before your period starts or during if you have unprotected sex buts it very very very unlikely.
A tubal ligation, commonly referred to as having the tubes tied, does not affect menstruation. Although the egg released by the ovary cannot travel to the uterus, the uterus still prepares for the possibility of pregnancy, which leads to the menstrual cycle when pregnancy does not occur.