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Can an egg still implant itself to the uterus right after a period?
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Dr. Armando E. Hernandez-Rey
Fertility Medicine
In brief: Not likely
An embryo is the one that implants.
You should be sure that it is in fact menstrual flow and not bleeding from other sources including implantation.

In brief: Not likely
An embryo is the one that implants.
You should be sure that it is in fact menstrual flow and not bleeding from other sources including implantation.
Dr. Armando E. Hernandez-Rey
Dr. Armando E. Hernandez-Rey
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Dr. Carlos Quezada
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: Depends
Ovulation usually occurrs within 2 weeks after your period starts.
An egg is released from the ovary and may or may not find its way into the fallopian tube. It usually does not implant into the uterus unless it becomes fertilized, even then, it's not a guarantee.

In brief: Depends
Ovulation usually occurrs within 2 weeks after your period starts.
An egg is released from the ovary and may or may not find its way into the fallopian tube. It usually does not implant into the uterus unless it becomes fertilized, even then, it's not a guarantee.
Dr. Carlos Quezada
Dr. Carlos Quezada
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