Can I get Pregnant with My Period?

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Every women has a cycle every month. The actual time that it takes a woman to go through that cycle will vary from one woman to the next. The average cycle will be about 28 days, but it is possible for it to be much longer or much shorter.

The cycle will revolve around the woman’s ovulation and period. Every month, the body will prepare to become pregnant by thickening the lining of the uterine wall. If the egg is fertilized, it will then attach itself to this lining.

Every-month-the-body-will-prepare-to-become-pregnant-by-thickening-the-lining-of-the-uterine-wallWhen the egg is released, it will travel through the fallopian tubes and into the uterus. Here is it will stay for around 72 hours waiting to become fertilized. If it does not become fertilized, the egg will die and the woman’s period will begin.

Typically, since the period happens immediately following ovulation, it isn’t likely that you will be able to become pregnant while you are on your period. However, since women’s cycles run differently, there may still be a chance. If your cycle begins again closely after your period and you have had intercourse near the end of your period, it is possible that sperm will still be present when the egg is released again.

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