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Can a women get pregnant 21 day after her period?

Can a women get pregnant 21 day after her period?

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

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I am worried about can a women get pregnant on her period?

I am worried about can a women get pregnant on her period?

See below: A woman can't get pregnant on her period. A pregnant woman who bleeds at the time of her period can mistake that bleeding for her period. ...Read more

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Can a women get pregnant for haveing intercourse while on her period?

Can I get Pregnant: If the period is on time and of normal duration then most likely not. But there are lots of variables. You may want to browse here. There are millions of questions and answers on this very topic. ...Read more

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Can a women get pregnant if a man rubs his bare penis above the anus does not come at all and the female was on her period wearing a tampon?

Can a women get pregnant if a man rubs his bare penis above the anus does not come at all and the female was on her period wearing a tampon?

Unlikely: It's unlikely that without penetration in the vagina a woman would become pregnant. Also, the fact that the woman was still bleeding, puts her at a time in her cycle when it is unlikely that she will get pregnant. And lastly, since there was no ejactulate, also unlikely. Thus, not zero, but very close to zero. ...Read more

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How many days a women can wait after her period if she want to get pregnant?

How many days a women can wait after her period if she want to get pregnant?

Ovulation timing: It depends on your menstrual cycle length. Ovulation occurs 14 days prior to the onset of the next period if it is not suppressed. A 30 day cycle = Day 16 A 28 day cycle = Day 14 etc. ...Read more

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Is it true a women have to wait 14 days after her period if she want to get pregnant?

Is it true a women have to wait 14 days after her period if she want to get pregnant?

No: The only time a woman can conceive is during the fertile period of the menstrual cycle which is 5days before the ovulation period including the day of ovulation. This varies depending on the length of your menstrual cycle,Usually ovulation takes place 12-16 days before next period. Thick stringy clear vaginal secretion is noted during ovulation. ...Read more

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