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can you get pregnant while on your cycle?

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Getting pregnant while on your period

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Generally, no. It's extremely rare to ovulate during your period. And even if you did and an egg got fertilized it wouldn't have anything to attach to since the uterine lining would be shedding at that point.
V is right but there are still a few women that have gotten pregnant on their cycle.
Yes you can get pregnant during your cycle, but your odds are unlikely. Usually sperm can live inside a woman’s body for about two to three days. Then again, from time to time sperm can live for as long as five days. So if you had unprotected sex during your cycle and then ovulated four or five days after you had sex, you could get pregnant. Again though, the odds of this happening are not very high.
I went to see my nurse about it. I was told to wait to take a test. So, I have been. The one yesterday came back negative. So, we are waiting. She said it could be too early beings that my period was cut short. Which is not normal for me. We have had sex everyday twice a day for the last week and did the day before I ovulated. Now I feel crampy and bloated. My pants don't fit. My back is tight and I have had a headache all day. Now, I get the agonizing task of waiting til after the 9th to test again if I'm late.
If you had unprotected sex right before you ovulated there's a good chance that you're pregnant. And if your period was shorter than normal it's possible that it was implantation bleeding and not a real period.

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