What time does a lady become pregnant? After or before their period? How many days after or before their period?


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Anonymous answered

Typically the time a woman is most likely to become pregnant is during ovulation.  Ovulation typically occurs around day 12-14 before her period begins and lasts for about five days.

If you are truly concerned about pregnancy it is important to use a reliable contraception method--not withdrawal.  To protect against sexually transmitted infections, be sure to use either a male or female condom.

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El Lly answered


A woman is usually fertile mid-cycle, meaning about 1 -2 weeks after her period and 1 -2 weeks before her next period.

During this period, there will be a number of days, perhaps 5 or so, when she is considered 'fertile.' This means she CAN get pregnant during the course of these days. Amidst these days, there will be one day in which she is ovulating (the egg is released), and it is the most fertile day with the highest chance of pregnancy. Every woman's fertility dates vary so you won't be able to guess this without being privy to her calendar or being some kind of medical expert.

If you are concerned about an unwanted pregnancy, it is very important to take the necessary precautions in order to prevent this. I also advice that you speak to a professional to educate yourself on all the ins and outs of pregnancy and and a woman's cycle.

I hope this helps.

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Elsa Mosciski answered

I have always been maternal and was always very mature, I fell pregnant for the first time when I was 21. Although, I loved the whole experience and I am and was a great mum (even if I do say so myself) my boyfriend left me when she was 3 months old. Financially and emotionally that was a very hard experience. Many young woman find themselves in this difficult situation, it happens so often that it's completely cliche! Having support when raising a child is ideal and being with someone mature and stable means you're more likely to keep that support around. I can recommended Ovulation Calculator free with the help of this you can get every question of your answers . If I could have pushed the whole thing forward a few years and still eventually have had my incredible little one, I would have. Everyone changes, male or female, anyone over the age of 25 will tell you that they are different people than what they were in their early 20's to late teens. You (or your partner) may not want to do university or travel or have a fast paced carrier but only a little further down the track you might. You might lament loosing those few carefree years where you can date whoever, make mistakes, hit the town, holiday with friends, jump from job to job.
Finding yourself is very difficult with a little one who deserves for you to be it's solidarity in life.

thanked the writer.
Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
If you decided to have a child without a commitment from your boyfriend, then you are NOT a great mum---even if you "do say so yourself."

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