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Becca - April 8 12:55pm
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All of the pregnancy calenders ask for the date of your first day of your last mentrual period. So they start caculating from that day. Could I have got pregnant right before my period started? And if so then how long would I have to wait to take a test? Thanks for your help


..... - April 8 4:42pm
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Does anyone know the answer to this? I'd also like to know. Thanks


D - April 8 4:48pm
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Getting your period usually means you are not pregnant. Did you have unprotected s_x since your last normal period? If so, it is best to wait to test until your next period is late.


Jena - April 8 5:49pm
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yes, it is absolutely possible. depending on when you ovulate, and it can change every month, you can get preggo at different times. the pregnancy calendars use the "average". Well, I'm not average because I conceived a few days before my period was due!


lou - May 11 12:11pm
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i have a question not a answer. i was wondering if you could get pregnant 2 weeks before your period.


To lou - May 11 1:48pm
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Lou, for most women, their most first fertile time is 14 days after the first day of the last mentstrual period. That can differ by a couple of days. That mixed with the fact that sperm can live in a womans body for many days, you very well can conceive 2 weeks before your period is due and it is actually right around your most fertile time.


JENAY - July 4 4:23pm
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I HAD s_x 3 DAYS BEFORE MY PERIOD CAN I GET PREGNANT MY PERIOD IS LATE BUT THE PREGNANCY TEST SAYS NEGATIVE COULD IT BE TO SOON FOR IT TO DETECT SINCE I HAS BEEN A MONTH BECAUSE I s_x JUST ONE WEEK AGO?


amy - July 8 2:22pm
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june 24th


viv - July 8 2:49pm
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to lou, that is not exactly correct....if you are on a 28 day cycle, your most fertile time CAN be 14 days after the first day of your last af....but if you are irregular that is not the case....the period of time from the first day of a woman's period and ovulation car vary greatly, it's the leutal phase(time from ovulation to menstruation) that doesn't vary as greatly....a woman usually always starts her period 10 to 16 days after ovulation. So if you have a 25 day cycle, you could ovulate anywhere from cd9 to cd 15.....if you have a 30 day cycle, you could ovulate anywhere from cd 14 to cd 20. If you have a 35 day cycle you could ovulate anywhere from cd19 to cd 25.....and this could vary from month to month, but it will usually be somewhere within that time frame...also, your body could go haywire one month and not ovulate til really late or ovulate really early...but then you should expect your period to either come really late(for late ovulation) or really early(for early ovulation) as that 10 to 16 day period doesn't change. I hope this makes sense!


viv - July 8 2:50pm
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can vary greatly, not car vary...ooops!


Ray - July 8 2:51pm
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Yea speaking of this. Do they always caculate the due date from the 1st day of your period, or does it change any? Like when u have an ultrasound, can they change the date? And does that happen a lot?


viv - July 8 2:53pm
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ray--sometimes they will change your due date after you have an ultrasound...my SIL had her due date changed 3 times, each getting earlier and earlier...she had ultrasounds every week because she was high risk from being extremely obese, so she was lucky enough to get to see her little one all the time....but anyway they kept thinking he was farther along and changing the due date. So it does happen.


Serina - August 3 7:26pm
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Can you get pregnant While your on your period?


amanda - August 4 1:03am
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I was wondering the same thing serina


to JENAY - August 11 11:25pm
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i have that same exact question but no one has answered it...


Nicole - August 17 5:12pm
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Can I get pregnant 1 day before my period is due. My last period started on the 20th july a 7day cycle and was due to start on the 16th August.


diana - August 18 1:33pm
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jenay, serina and amanda - you shouldnt be able to get pregnant while you are on your period. its highly unlikely.


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