When is a woman most likely able to get pregnant
A woman has a fertile time lasting about two days in the middle of her monthly menstrual cycle. ChaCha. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/when-is-a-woman-most-likely-able-to-get-pregnant ]
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- How likely is a woman able to get pregnant by giving a ********??
- it's impossible. in order to become pregnant, sperm has to be placed inside her reproductive system. not in her digestive.
- When are women more likely to be able to get pregnant? n when are...?
- Read the page linked below, which gives detailed information on how to determine the most fertile times of your cycle.
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- Q: I am really confused. Some people say 2 days before period, or 2 weeks after it, 1 week before it....I want to know what time frame a woman is most likely to get pregnant. Please only answer if you know for sure!Thanks in advance. =)
- A: it varies depending on cycle, but most fertile time is approximately 14 days after the start of your period.
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- A: hello. Well it seems to me you are in a bit of a crisis. First of all, you start counting your period the first day you get it. Now, about the pregnancy thing, i advice you to go into the doctor's office just for an accurate answer. The symptoms you are having can be both of a pregnant women or menstrual cycle symptoms...As i read the "Plase Note" section you wrote, it seems to me that you are pregnant, but do NOT let this stress you out even more...Like i said before, go into the doctors office...or since you are underage, try a Planned ParentHood sight. They won't tell your guardian/parents. ADVICE:::: Try as hard as you can NOT to have sex without protection. Although they say that it might not feel the same with or without a condom, aim for a condom and IGNORE all the other thoughts. Now, if you don't want a condom, take birth control pills. As long as you are protected, You dont have to worry. And next time you think of having unprotected sex...think back to this situation....I hope I helped. =]
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- A: Thanks for posting this, it is information all women should know about!
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