as you know you should start buying the baby clothes as soon as possible, and if it turns out that your not pregnant…sigh a relief and quit tempting fate…Its Gods plan to multiply….So get married before you fool around. References :
yes if an egg was released at that time (trust me I know). In the future your best bet would be to monitor when you ovulate so you have a better idea of when to avoid sexual relations or be xtra careful…….also if you believe in it invest in Plan B which is now available in the US. Oh yeah and the proof would be you missing your period the next month! References :
girl bye!!! the last days are the beginning of your ovulation duh!! you might just be knocked up or not, it depends on your body. Sincerly, other mothers to you!!! Why are you screwin’ on the last days of your period anyway!? YUCK References :
It isn’t impossible, but very unlikely. It usually takes the average woman between 8-10 days after she mensturates to ovulate, and if you had sex just as your period was ending, you should be free of pregnancy, because the sperm do not live longer then two days References :
Yes, i would get tested as soon as possible. Contraception is the only way to be safe (especially from STD’s, which is something you should always protect yourself from other than pregnancy) and even then you can still get pregnant. Good luck! References :
It’s not impossible, but its highly unlikely. Most women don’t ovulate that quickly. It can take a week to ovulate (or more). Sperm CAN survive up to 5 days in the vagina if the woman has optimal cervical fluid for it to do so. Menstruation isn’t a good environment for sperm to live, so I would say no.
The only way to know is wait to test for 2 wks.
If you take your temperature every morning with a BBT thermometer and chart, you’ll know when you ovulate every month and can avoid sex during that time. References :
Anything’s possible, but it’s not likely. From what I’ve read, you get pregnant when you ovulate…. The sperm can live inside you for a few days, up to 5 I think… So as long as you don’t ovulate within 5 days of your period you shouldn’t get pregnant. Most women ovulate about 2 weeks after their period, which means you’re safe.
You can’t take a pregnancy test until you’re due for your next period. Most are accurate the day before or day your due for your period. Early tests can test up to 4-5 days before you’re due, but the accuracy is lower than on your due date and the day before your due date. References :
Highly unlikely you will get pregnant. Your egg was gone, you had intercourse on the last day of your menstruation, the man’s sperm no longer able to find an egg to penetrate. I do not think your body will delivery any egg immediately after your menstruation. References :
Yes, it’s possible dear. Ovulation can be unpredictable especially if your menstruation is irregular. Your fertile period lasts for about a week each month. Sperm can survive in the cervix for up to a week, and the egg is viable for 24 to 48 hours after ovulation. So menstruation is not a guarantee that you won’t become pregnant after having s… Try not to worry too much. Speak to your GP or Nurse, or you can find out soon if you are pregnant or not by buying yourself a pregnancy test kit. References : Wisegeek
sperm can live up to 4-5 days in your body, contrary to anything else you may have heard or read. In addition to this fact, the egg released can live between 24-48 hours. Therefore, your fertile period starts approximately 4-5 days PRIOR to ovulation and ends 24-48 hours after ovulation. If you do the math, it is possible for some woman to be fertile for as many as 7 days. You may have heard you can only get pregnant one or two days a month…SO NOT TRUE!!! You may only ovulate that long, but with the life of sperm and the life of the egg, your fertile time can be much longer. Another bit of info that many woman don’t know is that female sperm are slower but stronger and therefore live longer than male sperm which are faster, but weaker. In other words, male sperm will usually beat out female sperm in the race for the egg, yet female sperm will usually out live male sperm. References :