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s it a high chance of being pregnant on your period because some people tell me yes some tell me know im 18 my boyfriend is turning 20 he is in the marine corps and im in the army national guard before he left we did get pregnant not on purpose but we both decided both being in the military that in order to continue our dreams that we would abort the baby we werent ready. but now we are debating on having a baby. since we aborted our first we both fell into this depression stage and all we want now is a child. i am also a cna but i havent been to boot camp yet because im finishing school. if i have a baby i cant be in the army no more because i havent been to basic yet. its not a problem for me either way i know we will make it we are two very determined people. as much as i love the army it wont effect me if i cant be in it anymore. but we havent decided oin weather or not we want to make this choice finial but on the other hand we havent been using condoms either i went to see him re


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replied February 26th, 2009
Pregnancy Q and A Answer A5898



Conceiving occurs when a woman ovulates. The day of ovulation is always fourteen days before the start of the next period. So, in extremely rare case it would take a very prolonged period with much shortened menstrual cycle to get pregnant during the menstrual period. Example: menstrual cycle length-22 days; prolonged period length-8 days; ovulation occurs on the 8th day. Please consider that these are extremely rare situations.


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