a girl can get pregnant anytime, the whole "this many days before or this many days after my period i cant get pregnant" is a myth, shes just as likely to get pregnant no matter when her period was. you should always use birth control if you are not ready for a baby.
If a girl has her period it all she is not pregnant. Irregularities in when the girl starts her period are a natural phenomena. the only way to control is, is by using the anticonception pill, but "the girl" has to see her doctor about that.
sometimes, you really are pregnant but then have a spontaneous abortion if the fetus is not viable. I believe the majority of conceptions fail in the first few days. (not an expert)
Well sperm can survive up to 72 hours in the vagina. So 3-4 days before your menstrual cycle to 3-4 days after the bleeding stops is when the female is most fertile. The best way to find this out is to go to a drugstore a get a ovulation kit to test the female when her ovulation is at the highest. On those days it would be the safest to avoid sex. If you do not wish to become pregnant, you have two options; abstinence, or birth control. If you do not use some type protection, you will be at risk of becoming pregnant no matter what time you engage in sexual intercourse. Contrary to popular belief, women can even get pregnant on their period. While not likely, it is still possible. In addition, using a condom will better protect you from contracting STDs.
It is possible, but highly unlikely. It depends on how many eggs she has left in her body. If she has had many children previously, she may be able to because for each child that she has, 9 eggs are not realized (since she will miss her period for 9 months), further increasing the time that she will be able to have children. However, the eggs of older women are often weaker and are not easy to fertilize, and even if they are fertilized, they may not make it all the way to development of a child.
It is possible to get pregnant while on NuvaRing, but not very likely.
It is possible to skip the first period after using the NuvaRing. You may also get bleeding late in the ring-free week, unlike with the birth control pill.
Your period may stop after inserting NuvaRing, just as your period may stop after starting a new pack of birth control pills.
Your period may stop after inserting NuvaRing, just as your period may stop after starting a new pack of Birth Control pills.
Like all combined hormonal birth control methods, NuvaRing is likely to make your period lighter and shorter.
If you had sex it is possible you are pregnant. The chance of getting pregnant on your period, while taking BCP is quite small.
it is possible to be pregnant and have a period.
If you have not had sex you know you are not pregnant, it is possible the hormones in NuvaRing are enough to prevent the withdrawal bleeding you had while on BCP. One possible side effect of the NuvaRing is for bleeding to stop completely. You should replace the device on the day it is due, if you have withdrawal bleeding or not. (more information at link)
Yes it is possible to be pregnant after your period. In all honesty, as long as you have your period, it is possible for you to get pregnant as getting your period means that your female egg cells are circulating and are at work.
Stress is not likely to affect your period when you're on hormonal birth control, as the medication "takes control" of the hormones that affect your period with stress.
Actually, yes. The way it is for my period while on Nuvaring is after three days of it being out, my period starts. It's like clockwork. But I recall the first time I used Nuvaring my period was about a week and a half late. I was freaking out too because I thought I was pregnant. But luckily, I got my period.
YES - no birth control devices are 100% effecitive. It is still possible to get pregnant.