Will you have less chance of getting pregnant the day after your period
A woman's most fertile period varies from woman to woman. There is still a small chance you can get pregnant after your period. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/will-you-have-less-chance-of-getting-pregnant-the-day-after-your-period ]
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- Is there less chances of getting pregnant 14 days after your peri...?
- I think the other readers have misunderstood your question thinking you mean day 14 of your cycle not 14 days after period has ended. If your cycle is a 5 week cycle then you may have a chance 14 days after your period making it approx day ...
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