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Can an egg still implant itself to the uterus right after a period?

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. Read more...
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. Read more...

Can an egg implant to the uterus one or two days after a period has ended?

Difficult. The endometrium(lining of the womb) is very minimal from estrogen stimlation only(no progesterone) and it would be very difficult for an egg to have left the ovary during such a time in the menstrual cycle as well as implant. However, in the field of fertility, nothing is impossible. Read more...
No. If it was truly your period then no an egg is not mature or large enough then and the uterus is not prepared for a pregnancy to implant. Read more...

Can an egg implant to the uterus 3 days after a period has ended, if one has a normal 28 day cycle? Period 5 days, sex on day 6.

Possibly. It is unusual for ovulation to occur so early in the menstrual cycle. The more important issue here is that the sperm can sometimes live in the woman's reproductive tract for up to a week. This means that the sperm from day 6 can fertilize an egg released on day 13-14. Read more...