Having Sex After Menstruation, Can You Get Pregnant?
Good afternoon, I am a young couple in contact with my husband 5 days after menstruation, but we have no intercourse to release sperm in my vagina, because we have not planned to have a baby, 24 hours later I take 2 tablets postinor at once, after I count the fertile fertile period , it turns out that my fertility period is June 30-June 4, 2019 and ovulation is June 2 because my menstrual cycle is regular, but after taking postinor I haven’t felt any signs of fertility, then do I have the possibility of pregnancy, and is there a possibility of my menstrual cycle being interrupted because I feel a concern if I am pregnant because I have not planned it ?? ?? Thank you for your attention.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Regarding the possibility of pregnancy, actually women can get pregnant whenever they have sex, of course, as long as they don't experience menopause. Even having sex during menstruation can still be pregnant. As for the fertile period, it only increases the chances of a woman getting pregnant. In fact, those who have sex outside of the fertile period can still get pregnant and vice versa, not always those who have sex during the fertile period are definitely pregnant.
So that doctors can not be sure a woman is pregnant or not without carrying out investigations, such as pregnancy tests using blood, testpack, or ultrasound, regardless of how many signs of pregnancy that person has. Therefore, if you want to be certain that you are not pregnant, you should have a pregnancy test that should be done after 1-2 weeks late for menstruation.
You also need to know, the essence of pregnancy is the fertilization of an egg made by sperm cells. So the conditions are the two cells must meet. So if your husband does not secrete his sperm in the vagina, and then you have also taken emergency contraception, the chances of getting pregnant are actually very small, so you don't need to worry too much.
What is clear for the future, if you are not ready to get pregnant, you should use contraception that is used routinely, such as condoms, birth control pills, birth control or implants, because this is more comfortable for you, and emergency contraception itself cannot and should not be used routinely because it can cause various side effects of hormonal imbalances.
Meanwhile, you should adopt a healthy lifestyle by controlling stress, maintaining ideal body weight, and increasing consumption of vegetables and fruits due to stress, excess weight or less, consumption of oily and fatty foods, and fatigue can make menstruation irregular. So, hopefully answering your question.