When am I more likely to get pregnant, before during or after my period
Every woman ovulates at a different time each month. You can only get pregnant shortly before and during ovulation. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/when-am-i-more-likely-to-get-pregnant%2C-before-during-or-after-my-period ]
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- When are you most likely to get pregnant? before, during or after...?
- Most women ovulate 12 days after the start of their last period and the egg can be fertilized in the following 2 days. But, sperm can survive for 5-7 days so for example if you ovulate on the 5th and you had sex on the 1st then the sperm ca...
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