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simple question but need advice please

Posted by on Apr. 19, 2010 at 8:33 AM
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i have been lookin all over the internet for the answer to this an have came across so many different answers ..  i was hopin someone here would know..  my fiance an i had sex while i was on my period an he got off in me. he never has before. well the next day my period just ended 3 days in to my cycle. do you think there is a chance of me gettin pregnant even with me one my period for a little while!?

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brettsmomma
by on Apr. 19, 2010 at 8:35 AM

 smdh

freckled-Sandy
by on Apr. 19, 2010 at 8:35 AM

It's not impossible to get pregnant while on your period.  I read that women can have break through ovulation on occasion.  I'm not sure the statistics on that but I don't think your ovaries read statistics.   If you aren't ready to have a baby, put a hat on it.  

MommySwiggles
by Bronze Member on Apr. 19, 2010 at 8:37 AM

ANYTIME you have unprotected sex, you have a risk of getting pregnant.

MommySwiggles
by Bronze Member on Apr. 19, 2010 at 8:40 AM

Can you get pregnant during your period?

 

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Carolyn Kubik, fertility specialist

It's possible — but highly unlikely. You'd have to have a very short menstrual cycle, which is the time from the first day of one period to the first day of the next period, or a tendency to have long periods. This would bring the time of ovulation closer to the time when you would start bleeding.

Conception occurs when an egg and sperm meet in a fallopian tube. Sometime during the middle of your menstrual cycle, most likely between the 12th and 16th days, an egg reaches maturity in one of the two ovaries. The ovary releases the egg into the abdomen, where it's quickly sucked up by the tulip-shaped opening of the nearest fallopian tube.

An egg can survive in your fallopian tube for about 24 hours after it's released from the ovary. So the only way you can get pregnant is if sperm are present in your fallopian tube during this window of opportunity. If the egg isn't fertilized, it's shed along with your uterine lining during your period.

Typically, when you have your period, another egg is developing in preparation for release during the current cycle. But not every woman's cycle length is the same. Many women have a cycle that's about 28 days long, but some have cycles as short as 22 days long. If you have a shorter cycle, you could ovulate just a few days after you have your period. And considering that sperm can survive in your reproductive tract for up to three days, it's theoretically possible for the sperm to hang around until you ovulate again.

It's also possible to mistake breakthrough bleeding — spotting between your periods — for a regular period. So you may be bleeding right at the time of ovulation, when you're most fertile.

The time that it takes for an egg to develop, or mature, within the ovary can vary, and therefore, the actual day of ovulation can vary by several to many days. Some ovulation kits also base the "fertile time" on rising estrogen levels rather than the peak of luteinizing hormone, or LH, which is the actual trigger for egg release. In those situations the "fertile time" may seem to be longer.

 

 

http://www.babycenter.com/404_can-you-get-pregnant-during-your-period_1460117.bc

jaysonsbabygirl
by on Apr. 19, 2010 at 8:44 AM

thank you!

ToddlerMum
by on Apr. 19, 2010 at 9:32 AM

BUMP!

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