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Can You Get Pregnant 10 Days Before Your Period
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Unlikely: Some women have reported to me that they had a 'period' even though they were pregnant. Physiologically, it wouldn't make sense for you to have a period if you're pregnant. If you're at all worried, just take a home pregnancy test. They are fast and accurate and then you won't have to worry, you'll know for certain. Good luck!
Is it possible to get pregnant about 10 days before your period? I ovulated July 11 and had interxourse the 17th my period is due the 28th.
Yes: That can happen, and the expected period won't come. However, in order for that to happen, one would have to ovulate later than expected, because one's egg only survives a day or so. That means although one usually ovulates about 14 days before her expected period, she would have to ovulate later, at about 10 days before her expected period, in order to get her egg fertilized.
Birds and the Bees: Yes. If that is when you ovulate. But it is not usual to go to the doctor to learn the simple facts about fertility and how to make babies. You should, at age 21, well know when you ovulate in your cycle and know that this is the key to your menstrual cycle. In a world where women are still socialized not to be smart enough it is not okay in my practice for anyone not to know about ovulation.
Quite possible: Ovulation occurs mid-cycle. Each woman has a different cycle length. You can use an ovulation chart to figure out when yours is. That is the time you are most likely to be able to become pregnant.
Probably not: Typically you are most fertile about 12-14 days before your period. However, it is hard to tell exactly when a period is due, especially when you are young. So yes, you could be off and then get pregnant. SO, do you know what they call people who have unprotected sex? Parents! You should ALWAYS use a condom, because you don't need a baby at your age and you don't EVER want AIDS/VD.
How to get Pregnant: Back to health class today. To get pregnant a female must be ovulating and at the same time be exposed to fresh sperm inside of her vagina. Ovulation is a process and an event. Sperm can swim to and be ready to impregnate an egg when it is released from the ovary during the five days prior to this event. These are the five days a female is most likely to get pregnant. So, when do you ovulate?
It's possible: Typically, ovulation occurs 14 days prior to the onset of the menstrual period. For purposes of natural family planning, if you have very regular cycles, you are no longer fertile for the last 11 days of the cycle. If there some variation of your cycle length, or if you have not really kept track, pregnancy is possible - so, if you do not want to get pregnant, you may want to consider plan b.
It all depends: It all depends on when you ovulate in your cycle and what your cycle length is. Ovulation is the key to fertility, not menstruation. Every female needs to know and can know when they ovulate each month. This knowledge is empowering. You ovulate just shy of half way through your cycle. Sperm left in the vagina during the five days leading up to ovulation are sperm most likely to cause pregnancy.
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