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Getting Pregnant and Your Period113 Views
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Description: Are you familiar enough with your cycle to know when conception is possible? If not, check out this video to learn more about getting pregnant and your period.
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Youâ€™re most likely to get pregnant each month during the several days when your body is ovulating, or releasing an egg into your fallopian tubes. Ovulation usually occurs from twelve to sixteen days after your period begins, but it can happen earlier or later as well, and can vary from month to month based on factors ranging from antibiotic use to stress. Just because youâ€™re not ovulating doesnâ€™t mean you canâ€™t get pregnant! A manâ€™s sperm can live in your body for up to seven days-which means, that if he ejaculates in you when youâ€™re not ovulating, conception is still possible.This means that, while it is unlikely, you can get pregnant if you have sex during your period.