Pregnancy chances are high during the ovulation days which are 10 to 16 days in a normal 28 days duration cycle.It is usually not possible to get pregnant during the periods as the ova is released from the body but there are rare instances when cycles are very irregular and ovulation cannot be predicted and rare chances of conceiving might be there.
If you use the phrase "like serious" and have a spongebob picture, you are probably too young to be having unprotected sex, or any sex for that matter. Concentrate your time on school and going to college instead of some boy that will not be around ( no matter what you think) for the rest of your life. Have some ambition and live your life smarter. Your future family will thank you in the end.
is it posible that i can get pregnate the 1st day of my pierod?
Im scared i had sex the 1st day of my period, but he did not cum inside me but he dose pre cum a lot, its been 3 days and my period has stopped completely im scared can some one pelase give me advise can you get pregnant on the 1st day?
You can somehow get pregnant on first day of period
I keep reading it's not possible to get pregnant the first day of your period, however when I was 15 years old I had sex one time it was February 15th and my period was due that day, I had unprotected sex and began to bleed as soon as sex was done. I used a tampon and hours later my period was gone. I had a bit of spotting for a day or two like pinkish discharge and discovered I was pregnant march 20th. I don't understand how it was possible I've read all over and can't figure it out.... However it did in fact happen that way I only had sex one time so it didn't happen before my period and it was mistaken for implant bleeding and it didn't happen after. It happened as my period began and stopped my period from continuing. It's now been 15 years since then and I think it happened again.... So yes it is absolutely possible to get pregnant on the first day of period!!!! I have a 14 year old son to prove it. Oh and I must add that I've always had perfectly normal on time periods absolutely no irregularities.
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