Can You Get Pregnant With Your Wife On The 3rd Day After Menstruation?
Good morning, June 1-7 my wife had her period then on June 10 I had sex with my wife and the sperm was released inside. 15 minutes after intercourse, the wife drinks 1 item of postinor and 1 hour drinks another 1 grain. Because we do not have any plans to add babies. Then on June 16 my wife had another period for 1 week. And until now (August 2) my wife has not had her period again (the July cycle is over). Is my wife pregnant? Before, thank you very much.
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First, sexual intercourse performed at any time (except during menstruation) with ejaculation in the vagina allows for pregnancy. The chances of getting pregnant are at the highest potential if the timing of sexual intercourse is part of your wife's fertile period.
Second, the use of emergency family planning (including postinor) should only be done in urgent conditions, and even then under the direct supervision of a doctor. Emergency family planning can indeed prevent the fertilization of an egg by a sperm cell. However, this family planning cannot abort a pregnancy if fertilization and implantation have occurred (implantation of the fertilization result into the uterine wall). Therefore, consumption of postinor does not 100% guarantee that your wife may not get pregnant.
Late menstruation that your wife is experiencing at this time could be the result of a pregnancy. Or, it could be that the delay in menstruation occurs due to other factors, for example fatigue, psychological stress, obesity, extreme diets, doing too hard exercise, taking certain drugs, or also suffering from a disease (for example ovarian cysts, hyperthyroidism).
You can ask your wife to do a test pack to differentiate between menstrual delays that occur due to pregnancy with other reasons. Or, you can also get him checked directly to a gynecologist. In this way, if your wife is pregnant, then both of you can be more careful in caring for the pregnancy. And if you are not pregnant, then the possibility of a dangerous disease that can interfere with menstruation can be detected and treated early.
Our next advice, if you and your partner really intend to postpone having a baby, you should consult directly with a doctor or obstetrician regarding the selection of the right contraception.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah