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Can A Women Be Pregnant And Still Have Her Period
Misinformed.: Women can not get pregnant 2 days before her period and still have her period. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Can a women be pregnant having unprotected sex the of or day before her period starts and bleeding still occurs for 6 days?
Unprotected: Any act of unprotected intercourse in the reproductive age group could result in prenancy. ...Read more
Yes. See REI if TTC: No periods means you're not ovulating (releasing an egg) each month. If you're not trying to conceive you should still use birth control as you may still be fertile, and you can go from no period to prego without a recent period. If trying to conceive see a reproductive endocrinology and infertility (rei) specialist to find out why you're irregular and for treatment to help you get pregnant. ...Read more
Pregnant: Unless you have a very short monthly cycle the probability that you are pregnant or can become pregnant is very small. ...Read more
If a woman have unprotected sex a day before her period, and then the period comes, can she still get pregnant even though the egg has passed?
Pregnancy: When a normal menstrual period occurs the lining of the uterus sheds and thus implantation of a fertilized egg cannot occur. However, spotting only without a normal period can be a early sign of implantation of a fertilized egg. And so, if the period flow was not over a period of days I would recommend pregnancy testing by your family physician. ...Read more
Technically, none: It's impossible - 100% - to menstruate while pregnant. No controversy there. What confuses is that NOT all vaginal bleeding is menstruation: there are 100 other reason, so women often say they "had their period" if they have any bleeding when pregnant. Okay, it's just words, but it's not really true. Pregnant = NO period, true period = not pregnant. Cheers! ...Read more
Difficult: It's difficult to achieve pregnancy while on a true menstual cycle since ovulation was at least 2 weeks prior and the endometrium is shedding. However, a woman can be pregnant and experience menstrual-like bleeding in the first trimester and not realize she's pregnant. This happens all the time, it's called a threatened ab. Check a pregnancy test if you have any concerns and take good care. ...Read more
Can my wife still have her period if she's pregnant? She feels she is. Is it ok to take the pregnancy test during periods?
If it is really: Your period, u cannot get pregnant during the period. ...Read more
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Not exactly: Women can get pregnant when they are bleeding especially when the bleeding is not their normal period. Not all vaginal blleeding means they are on their menstrual cycle. Ovulation occurs 14 days before the cycle starts and this is the optimal time to get pregnant. When a true menstrual cycle comes it means ovulation did not occur. Having sex during that time would be low risk for pregnancy. ...Read more
She cannot: During a normal menstrual period, a woman's uterus sheds (loses) its lining, leading to the bleeding... and she gets a new lining the next cycle. If she were pregnant, and replaced the lining of her uterus, the pregnancy would be lost too. Pregnant women do get vaginal bleeding sometimes, but it is not a menstrual period (even if it sort of looks like one). ...Read more
Life is not exact...: Maybe, if a cycle is longer than 31 days. If a woman ovulates 2 weeks after the start of her last period, every cycle, then 3 weeks after the start of her last period would be too late to get pregnant. However, if she ovulates a few days later occasionally (maybe 2 weeks and 5 days) after the start of her period, then her egg may still be fertile at 21 days after her lmp. Days are estimates. ...Read more
Very unlikely: It is very unlikely to get pregnant the night before your period. ...Read more
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
Possible: Although not likely, it is possible for a woman to conceive at this time. If she has short menstrual cycles and there is still viable sperm after the egg is released than pregnancy could occur. Please use protection for every act of vaginal intercourse if you aren't ready for pregnancy. ...Read more
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