Can ladies only get pregnant during their period? ?
- ElleLv 75 months ago
We don't get pregnant during our periods. You need to focus on the first day of your last period and counting out 14 days to give a time frame of ovulation. It doesn't matter who done what to who, cause it only takes one sperm hidden in precum and egg to be your bundle of joy! All it takes is one instant of a penis inside a vagina all of 10 seconds and the deed is done! Not much else to consider your chances...
Bacterial vaginosis, aka: Gardnerella occurring symptoms include a fishy odor that worsens during menstruation or after vaginal sex. (In the vagina it does not stink, but when the bacteria comes out it mixes with the air and a chemical reaction occurs causing it to stink). In bacterial vaginosis, discharge can appear thin, gray, or white, increase in volume, and is adherent. IT IS NOT AN STD. It will not go away until you get Flagyl from your doctor.
- Anonymous5 months ago
Actually - the BEST chance for pregnancy is when there is NO BLEEDING.
During the period, when bleeding is actually happening, is the lowest chance for becoming pregnant. It is not impossible. But, it is unlikely.
Ovulation usually happens ABOUT 14 days BEFORE the period. The egg only lives for about 12 to 24 hours. So, by the time the period starts, the egg is dead.
Most women have a 28 day cycle. Day 1 is the start of the period. Bleeding is usually done by day 4 or 5. Ovulation would usually happen sometime between day 13 to 15 and the next period would start again around day 28.
Becoming pregnant during the period depends on how long with woman's usual cycle is. If a woman has a very, very short cycle, then she might ovulate near the end of her period and would be able to become pregnant near the end of her period.
Women can only become pregnant during ovulation. The fertility window is five days before ovulation, the day of ovulation, and the day after ovulation. (sperm can live for five days. The egg lives 12 to 24 hours)
- EdnaLv 75 months ago
It's very highly unlikely that a woman can ever get pregnant during her period. When she's menstruating, her uterus is shedding its old, unused lining, and an intact lining is vital for the implantation of a fertilized egg. Plus the fact that when she's menstruating, she's not releasing a mature egg that could be fertilized; and her next ovulation is still several days in the future.
- EttaLv 45 months ago
Google it and it says Yes you can because it depends when you ovulate and some girls can ovulate at the end of the period and sperm live inside the girl for 5 days and the girl could ovulate as the period ends or within the first few days.
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- Anonymous5 months ago
- 5 months ago
only women get pregnant anyways
- Tri-HarderLv 75 months ago
Women can only get pregnant when they ovulate. In a perfect cycle, that's two weeks after the first day of their period, which is also two weeks before the first day of their next period. But of course few women have perfect cycles. While it's uncommon to ovulate on your period (or immediately after, when sperm is still alive if you had sex on your period), it isn't unheard of either. That's how I have my daughter.
TLDR: It's based on ovulation, not period.
- GodLv 75 months ago
Their period is practically the only time they can't get pregnant.
- JillLv 75 months ago
- heleneLv 75 months ago
Ladies hardly EVER get pregnant during their period. You've been tragically misinformed.