Is there a less likely chance to get pregnant during your period
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- Q: My boyfriend is supposed to be getting me the morning after pill in the next couple hours after he gets out of class.I’m not worried about the symptoms, really. I’ve read somewhere that there is less of a chance that the pill will work if you had already had your period and had sex during ovulation. We had sex 7am on Sunday, it’s now, 10:32am on Tuesday. Do I still have time? I think I’m still ovulating. Cramping. My next period will be some time in the earlier part of next month. I know there’s always risk of getting prego if you have sex, so spare me the info I already know. I’m mostly confused about ovulation, when I’m most likely to get pregnant, and if I have enough time to take the pill, and the odds of it stunting fertilization.EDIT: please just ANSWER THE QUESTION, i know it’s not just up to the guy. leave out anything unnecessary in your answers. i’ve taken responsiblity to have sex. that’s a given. leave out any other opinions for pretentious reasons.
- A: Hi, You can take the emergency contraceptive pill up to 72 hrs after sex. The sooner it is taken the more effective it is but don’t worry, statistically it is still very effective at 72 hrs.It is difficult to pinpoint ovulation as everyone is different but the average women ovulates at around day 14 of her cycle. Good Luck
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- Q: Trying to Get Pregnant – Are You Trying Too Hard?Trying to conceive is supposed to be a natural process that is easy, at least, that is what people would lead you to think. Yet, if you have been trying to conceive for many months or even years, you may realize that having children does not come easily for everyone. In fact, each month, a woman has only a twenty to thirty percent chance of conceiving. Most women will conceive within a year of trying but a small percentage of women will still not conceive even after a year of diligently trying. this article continues below advertisement If you have been trying to conceive for any length of time you have probably been given advice from well-meaning or not-so-well-meaning friends or family. You have likely heard the suggestion that you need to relax and stop trying so hard. Maybe you were told something like this “I knew this couple that tried for years to get pregnant and as soon as they stopped trying, they got pregnant”. Or another common statement you might here is a story about someone who finally decided to adopt and then they turned up pregnant.Is there any truth to this? Does trying too hard really cut down your chances of conceiving? There has been much debate about the impact of stress on fertility. Some researchers believe that stress impacts fertility but it is not clear whether the infertility causes the stress or stress causes infertility. There is no question, that fertility issues can put a strain on any relationship. For a couple trying to conceive, the journey often starts out with enthusiasm and optimism. After several cycles of trying, this optimism may soon lead to despair and frustration.Although stress may have an impact on a couple’s fertility it is more likely that stress is the result of infertility not the cause. Most couples will conceive within a year of trying. For couples who do not conceive within a year or two of trying there is almost always a physical cause for their infertility. In fact, 90% of all infertility has an identifiable physical cause. Couples will want to be evaluated by a doctor if they have been trying for over a year and have not had success at conceiving. What about the stories of couples adopting and later becoming pregnant? Does fertility improve when you stop trying? This is simply not true. Although, it is not completely unheard of for a woman to get pregnant after adopting the statistics do not show any improvement in fertility. The percentage of women getting pregnant after adopting is about 5 percent, which is the same as women who have infertility and do not adopt. (source: www.resolve.org) Can you have too much sex? Does trying too hard cut down your chances of getting pregnant? Women only have a short period of time when they are fertile. Having sex frequently during this period of time will increase your chances of getting pregnant. Most experts recommend having sex at least every other day during a woman’s fertile period. It was once suggested that men with low sperm counts abstain from sex prior to ovulation to increase their sperm count. However, recent studies have not shown that abstaining improves sperm count. In fact In men with low sperm counts, the researchers found the volume of semen increased after prolonged abstinence, but the quality got gradually worse the longer the men held back.” (source:www.intelihealth.com) The bottom line is that there is no such thing as trying too hard. The difference between a couple that conceives when trying and a couple that does not is not based on how hard they try. Implying that relaxation or not trying increases your chances of getting pregnant, only alienates couples that are trying to conceive and adds to their frustration. Exactly how do you try less when you desperately want a baby? There are no penalties for trying too hard. If you and your partner have been trying to conceive for over a year consult your doctor for fertility treatment options. Trying or not trying hard enough does not cause infertility.
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