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ok girl, i cant seem to get a straight answer here.
I need to know something. This may be TMI.
I had finished my period, then the next night DF and I had unprotected sex. Now i heard that you're most fertile two days before your period and two days after. I did a fertility chart and it said I was most fertile on the 25th. And i also hear that sperm can live in there for a week.
Can i have ur thoughts please?
Do u think i would be pregnant?
Your most fertile time is a few days before and during ovulation. this is usually 2 weeks either side of your period, so the two days you are refering to would be your least fertile.
Sperm can usually live for up to 5 days. The egg lives for about 24-36 hrs tops.
Hope that helps.:D
Like Sal said, you're usually fertile around the middle of your cycle. So it depends how long your cycle is. If you take a "standard" 28 day cycle for example, you count from the first day of your period, so 14 days after your period starts, you're ovulating.
A sperm can live approx 73 hours inside a woman - therefore, between days 11 to approx 15 or 16 would be fertile days, with 14 being the most fertile.
Most woman can have unprotected sex for a couple of days after their periods stop without danger of falling pregnant. of course, its not failsafe - some women ovulate earlier in their cycles than others. But in most circumstances, a woman would be very unlikely to fall pregnant from unprotected sex on the day after her period finished.
well my friend has just found out she's 6 weeks pregnant and she had only done the BD once in 6 weeks and that was the day after her period stopped, so it is possible that you can fall pregnant then, not very common though.
The usual 28 day cycle isn't actually all that 'usual' for most women. Ov can occur any time after your period has started and some women ov at day 7! But once you have ovulated, your next period will arrive 14 days later (if you aren't preg!). So although the time between the 1st period day and ovulation can vary wildly, the time from ovulation to period is fairly predictable.:)
Not common but it does happen!!
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