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Whether a woman can get pregnant from a little sperm, perhaps less than half of the drop, which somehow gets into the vagina, five days before period?

Whether a woman can get pregnant from a little sperm, perhaps less than half of the drop, which somehow gets into the vagina, five days before period?

Conception: If a woman has regular 28 day cycles, she is most likely to get pregnant 14 days prior to her period, or after for that matter. 5 days before the period is usually a less fertile time, but of course anything is possible. Less fertile is not infertile. ...Read more

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Can a woman get pregnant ten days before and ten days after their period?

 Can a woman get pregnant ten days before and ten days after their period?

Possibly: A normal cycle is 28 days, ovulation is in the middle on day 14. Sperm can live in the female genital tract for up to 5 days so theoretically you could get pregnant both 10 days before and 10 days after your period. However, the best chance of pregnancy is to have sex closer to the time of ovulation. ...Read more

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Can a woman get pregnant the next day after her period ends ? If it lasts 5 days on a average 28 day cycle with precum ?!

Can a woman get pregnant the next day after her period ends ? If it lasts 5 days on a average 28 day cycle with precum ?!

Possible: Sperm do persist for a while and it is always possible that you will ovulate early.In addition to that, the highest concentration of sperm is in the first ejaculatory impulse or precum.This is why people who use withdrawal for contraception are called parents. To be safe, use a reliable method of contraception along with condoms to decrease the risk of STD's. ...Read more

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Can a woman get pregnant 13 days after her period?

Can a woman get pregnant 13 days after her period?

Yes: Depends on when you ovulate but many women can ovulate then but at your age u may not be ovulating anymore, please see your obgyn as your OB can determine if your ovaries still ovulate and u can buy an ovulation kit at the store to see if u still ovulate. ...Read more

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Is it possible for a female to get pregnant 4 days before her period?

Is it possible for a female to get pregnant 4 days before her period?

High School Health: You get pregnant when you ovulate. Your period has very little to do with what is really happening in your body. The key to your fertility and what makes you a female is OVULATION. Not menstruation. Ovulation is the release of the egg from the ovary. Sperm, to cause pregnancy have to meet the egg then. Thus sperm left in the vagina on the five days before ovulation are the sperm that make baby. ...Read more

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Can a woman get pregnant eight days after her period?

Can a woman get pregnant eight days after her period?

Yes.: The follicular phase starts the first day of the LMP and continues until ovulation. It can differ markedly between women from 7 to 40 days. The second half, the luteal phase is more precise usually12-16 days from day of ovulation to period. The length of the follicular phase can be changed through factors such as stress and illness. ...Read more

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Menstrual period is also known as Menses. Menstrual period is a medical term for the monthly bleeding ...Read more


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