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Can You Get Pregnant 7 Days After Your Period
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
Yes: You can get pregnant anytime of your cycle if you are ovulating. The most common time to ovulate is day 12-15 of your cycle. Days of your cycle are measured from the first day you start bleeding. Therefore, depending on how long your period was you could be ovulating 7 days after your period. In fact this is the usual time for most women. ...Read more
Ovulation: Yes. Of course if that is when you are ovulating. ...Read more
Continuous pill for three months.. Finally a seven day break, usually don't get period, got brown spotting for one day? Worry some of pregnancy?
Test: The chance of pregnancy on birth control pills is low, but not zero. You can take a home pregnancy test and have your answer to that question quickly. Typically, when women are on continuous, they will have a period, maybe consider giving it a few more days and see if period comes, assuming pregnancy test is negative. ...Read more
Seven months ago i was due to get the Depo-Provera shot but i decided not to. I have not had a period since stopping. Can i be pregnant?
Maybe but...: If a woman is having sex, pregnancy is always a possibility. So running a home urine pregnancy test is a good idea. But missing periods is very common after use of depo-provera. The longer a woman has been on it, the longer it may take for the periods to get back to normal. Up to 18 months can be normal. Having additional testing may be a good idea depending on other details of your situation. ...Read more
I have clear liquid discharge in my panties took a pregancy test not pregant..Could i still b pregant......An didn't get period for seven days?
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. ...Read more
Yes: Regular ovulation occurs 14 days before a 28-day period, so one would not get pregnant 7 days before the period. If, for whatever reason, the ovulation is delayed by 7 or more days, then pregnancy is possible. When you miss your period, do a pregnancy test. If it's negative, repeat 1 and 2 weeks later. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer