Is it easier to get pregnant on or off of your period
The most fertile time of your cycle is 5 days before ovulation through 3 days after ovulation. ChaCha! ( Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/is-it-easier-to-get-pregnant-on-or-off-of-your-period )
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- Is it easier to get a girl pregnant when she is on or off her per...?
- those who answered ON really need to take sex ed again. unless the girl knows when she ovulates each cycle, you better be careful at any time after her period ends.....she is most like to get pregnant if you have sex unprotected 2 weeks B...
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- Is it easier to get pregnant on or off your period?
- Q: I really need to ask 2 questions and get answers fast. My sister is one year older than me, shes 15. She had sex one day before her period. But she started. The first question I have is, Do you always miss you period if your pregnant? The second is, Is it easier to get pregnant on or off your period? Please answer. I'm really worried for her. Even though she was the one who made the dumb decision.
- A: The "best" time to get pregnant is exactly between your periods.Pregnancy 101:Let's assume your sister's periods are 28 days apart.On Day 14, her ovary releases an egg (ovulation). That egg starts to travel toward the uterus. If it isn't fertilized in 24 hours, it dies. If it is fertilized, it travels to the uterus (this takes 3-5 days) and implants itself.Since sperm can easily live 24 hours in the woman's body, the "best" days to have sex to get pregnant are the day before ovulation; the day of ovulation; and the day after ovulation.The day before your period is usually not a good day to get pregnant. By then, the egg has died and your body is telling your uterus to shed the lining.
- is it easier getting pregnant while on your period than off your period?which is more possible to happen?
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- A: Here's a primer on conception:Ovulation: Each month, in one of a woman's two ovaries, a group of immature eggs start to develop in small fluid-filled cysts called follicles. Normally, one of the follicles is selected to complete development (maturation). This "dominant follicle" suppresses the growth of all of the other follicles, which stop growing and degenerate. The mature follicle ruptures and releases the egg from the ovary (ovulation). Ovulation generally occurs about two weeks before a woman's next menstrual period begins. Development of Corpus Luteum: After ovulation, the ruptured follicle develops into a structure called the corpus luteum, which secretes two hormones, progesterone and estrogen. The progesterone helps prepare the endometrium (lining of the uterus) for the embryo to implant by thickening it.Release of Egg: The egg is released and travels into the fallopian tube where it remains until a single sperm penetrates it during fertilization (the union of egg and sperm; see below). The egg can be fertilized for about 24 hours after ovulation. On average, ovulation and fertilization occurs about two weeks after your last menstrual period. Menses: If no sperm is around to fertilize the egg, it and the corpus luteum will degenerate, removing the high level of hormones. This causes the endometrium to slough off, resulting in menstrual bleeding. Then the cycle repeats itself. Fertilization: If sperm does meet and penetrate a mature egg after ovulation, it will fertilize it. When the sperm penetrates the egg, changes occur in the protein coating around it to prevent other sperm from entering. At the moment of fertilization, your baby's genetic make-up is complete, including its sex. Since the mother can provide only X chromosomes (she's XX), if a Y sperm fertilizes the egg, your baby will be a boy (XY); if an X sperm fertilizes the egg, your baby will be a girl (XX). Implantation: Within 24-hours after fertilization, the egg begins dividing rapidly into many cells. It remains in the fallopian tube for about three days. The fertilized egg (called a zygote) continues to divide as it passes slowly through the fallopian tube to the uterus where its next job is to attach to the endometrium (a process called implantation). First the zygote becomes a solid ball of cells, then it becomes a hollow ball of cells called a blastocyst. Before implantation, the blastocyst breaks out of its protective covering. When the blastocyst establishes contact with the endometrium, an exchange of hormones helps the blastocyst attach. Some women notice spotting (or slight bleeding) for one or two days around the time of implantation. The endometrium becomes thicker and the cervix is sealed by a plug of mucus.Within three weeks, the blastocyst cells begin to grow as clumps of cells within that little ball, and the baby's first nerve cells have already formed. Your developing baby is called an embryo from the moment of conception to the eighth week of pregnancy. After the eighth week and until the moment of birth, your developing baby is called a fetus.
- Is it easier to get a girl pregnant when she is on or off her period?
- Q: umm the question says it all...i'm not having sex with her...i'm not quite sure because it was a confusing matter at first so thats why i'm asking....i'm restraining from sex...thing is some stuff happened and some dry semen... somehow managed to go inside her vagina....
- A: those who answered ON really need to take sex ed again. unless the girl knows when she ovulates each cycle, you better be careful at any time after her period ends.....she is most like to get pregnant if you have sex unprotected 2 weeks BEFORE her next period is due..not the rule here since not all girls have a 28 day cycle. some of these answers are truely sad. I am a mom of 5. and if my kids ever came home with those answers I would seriously need to have a sit down with a book for them.
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