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When Most Likely To Get Pregnant
When you ovulate: The best way to achieve pregnancy is to use ovulation predictor kits and time intercourse for when you are ovulating. If you have normal menstrual cycles, this should be around day 14 (day one being the first day of menses). But, success depends on your fertility (age, health, husbands health and sperm count). ...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
Conception: 14 to sixteen days after last period. ...Read more
See below: In an idealized cycle, days 11-17 are most productive. ...Read more
Mid-cycle days 10-18: If you have regular monthly periods, days 10 - 18 are the most fertile time and you can have sex every other night if ttc. If trying to avoid pregnancy, 'fertile days' is not a good method. If you are regular, you can also use an ovulation predictor test and have sex for the three days starting with a positive test. If you have irregular cycles using the ovulation predictor kit is not a good idea. ...Read more
Ejaculation: Almost all the sperms are in the ejaculate. ...Read more
Ovulation would be: Around day #16.Get a more detailed answer ›
Almost never!: It is almost impossible to get pregnant during your period. Starting when your period starts, count 14 days ahead. If you are ovulating normally with a 28-day cycle, then you are most fertile day #14 after your period started. If your cycle is longer or shorter, it can be much more difficult to tell. Talk with your ob/gyn about basal body temperature measurement to find when you are most ferti. ...Read more
Any position: Position is a myth to get pregnant, as long as semen enters the female genital system, there are millions sperms lined up, just one is needed to do the job, how ever ' fertility window ' is only 5 days. It is 4 to 5 days before ovulation, maximum one day after ovulation. Some times advisable to stay horizontal for a while. Good luck. ...Read more
Fertile days: A woman is most likely to be fertile 12-16 days before she is expecting her next period. She can only conceive around ovulation. Because the timing of ovulation cannot be determined " within hours" of its occurrence, pregnancy is more likely if she has sex around her " fertile days". Relying on not having sex around the fertile days ("rhythm method") to prevent pregnancy is not recommended. ...Read more
Day #14: Starting from the date your menstrual period starts, count 14 days ahead. If you are ovulating normally with a 28-day cycle, then you are most fertile day #14 after your period started. If your cycle is longer or shorter, it can be much more difficult to tell. Talk with your ob/gyn about learning how to do basal body temperature measurement to determine when you are most fertile. ...Read more
No: It is very unlikely at that time. ...Read more
Are you most likely to get pregnant when ovulating if he ejaculated the day of ovu then if he didn't ejaculate and pulled out the day after ovulation?
Highly unlikely: I'm assuming you have a 28-30d cycle. In which case you ovulate on day 14-16...If the egg isn't fertilized within a day, meaning by day 15-17, then it won't ever and the likelihood of pregnancy is very low. At 26 days, i'd be very surprised, still why take chances? Get contraception. Consider an iud or implant, which are safe and work well. Http://www. Bedsider. Com. ...Read more
Ovulation: Length of the calendar month does not affect chances of pregnancy. Women typically have 28 day cycles but some women may have longer or shorter cycles. Menstrual cycles may not coincide with the calendar days as well. Time of ovulation and having intercourse at time of ovulation is what determines chances of conceiving that month. ...Read more
Am I more likely to get pregnant using the pull out method if I'm fertile and when I'm ovualting?
Yes, because...: To get pregnant sperm needs to enter the vagina during or around the time of ovulation. At times, there is the chance that "pre ejaculate" or "pre-cum as a slang" has some sperm cells in it, so please do not rely on the Pull-out method for Birth Control! Use BC pills and condoms as well to prevent both Pregnancy and STI's. ...Read more
Are you more likely to get pregnant by pre *** and him pulling out or him actually releasing in you?
Releasing in you: Releasing in you.Get a more detailed answer ›
I took postinor first on a particular date, four days later, took another one. Am I likely to get pregnant?
"morning after pill": Should be taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex and is one dose, except for Postinor 2 which is dosed as a second pill 12 hours after the first. Was your second pill for a second episode of unprotected sex? Or part of the two pill pack? Postinor is QUITE EFFECTIVE in preventing pregnancy, but is not recommended for regular contraception. It will interfere with normal periods. ...Read more
Unlikely: If you have very regular cycles and have your normal period, ovulation would occur midcycle-on days 14 to 16 if your cycle is every 28 to 32 days. Sperm lasts from 3 to 5 days so that pregnancy up to 5 days from day 7 of your period isn't likely. However, this is just a guideline but I hope it helps you. ...Read more