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Can you conceive a day or two before you start your period?

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My boyfriend and I had sex July 27th & 28th, both protected and unprotected. He would go a few minutes without a condom, and then put one on. I got pregnant a few months ago from "precum" but unfortunately had a miscarriage. After we had sex I started my period on the 29th, which lasted about 7 days. When my period stopped I started feeling sick/nauseous, everything I eat makes me sick and I've been extremely tired, falling asleep at 9:30 every night. I have been a little depressed since the miscarriage, I think it's finally taking it's stress toll on me, which I understand can lead to some of the symptoms I'm feeling. I was wondering if I am able to get pregnant the day before, although I still went through my period.

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You asked this same question two days ago.In all likelihood, you are not pregnant. When you have a period, you shed the lining of your uterus, which builds up in anticipation of the implantation of a fertilized egg. If a fertilized egg does not implant, the lining sheds and you get your period. Even if there were a fertilized egg in your Fallopian tube, the lining of your uterus would not have time to build up enough after your period. The egg would not implant.I suggest you go to a website like webmd to learn about how your body works so that you have a better understanding of your menstrual cycle and pregnancy.
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