Are you able to get pregnant right after you get off your period

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Yes, for some women there is hardly a day in the menstrual cycle when they are NOT potentially fertile. ChaCha 24/7! [ Source: ]
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Are you able to get pregnant right after you get off your period?
Yes, for some women there is hardly a day in the menstrual cycle when they are NOT potentially fertile. ChaCha 24/7!

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