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Conception The Day After Ovulation
I ovulated yesterday. I had sex during this time to conceive. Day after ovulation i woke up with cold. Is this a first symptom of conception?
Too early: There are no symptoms that are reliable at this point in the human reproductive cycle. Sperm travels from the vagina to the fallopian tube in order to fertilize the egg. This can happen anytime up to 5 days. When symptoms appear it is after the BHCG levels start to rise. If you feel you have a cold try over the counter remedies and if not improved see your primary care doctor. ...Read more
I've read that a female can't conceive until during ovulation or a day after ovulation. How true is that?
What is the ideal endometrium size post ovulation? Can you conceive with 6mm day 19, 28 day cycle? Ovulte on day 14
How likely is it i'v conceived, is there a good chance i hav? I had sex 2 days before ovulation, 1 day before ovulation and 1 day after ovulation. Ttc
Yes: Spotting or bleeding can occur mid-cycle around the time of ovulation, when estrogen hormone levels drop. Progesterone hormone 'kicks in' to stop the bleeding. If the spotting continues, or your last period wasn't 'normal' take a pregnancy test to make sure it isn't early pregnancy bleeding. Polyps or fibroids can cause abnormal bleeding: see a fertility specialist (rei) if ttc without success. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes!: You can conceive practically anytime you are not on bcp's. Some times are less likely than others but the risk of pregnancy is never zero when you have unprotected sex and working ovaries. 2 days after ovulation is a more likely time period to get pregnant than 2 weeks before ovulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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