Is It Potentially Pregnant If Having Sex After 2 Days After Menstruation?
I have a relationship with my husband after two days after menstruation and my husband is now out of town again and I have not been in touch again whether I will live?
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First of all, you should first explain about your usual menstrual cycle, including exactly when the first day of your last menstruation, how many days your menstruation is, and what is the distance between your usual menstrual cycle.
Basically, sexual intercourse only has the potential to cause pregnancy if done during the fertile period. The information above is very important to determine whether during sexual intercourse you are in your fertile period or not.
If the distance between your menstrual cycles is moderate to long (28-35 days), then it is likely that when sexual intercourse is being carried out you are not in your fertile period so the possibility of pregnancy is very small or even non-existent. If the distance between your menstrual cycles is short (around 21-25 days), then your fertile period can be in the range of days after you menstruate and your sexual relationship can potentially cause pregnancy. If you want to do the exact calculation of your fertile period, you can read the following article about how to calculate the fertile period after menstruation.
To ensure your pregnancy, you can do a pregnancy test using a test pack when you are experiencing menstrual delays. Check with urinating first in the morning so the results are more accurate and follow the instructions for use on the packaging carefully. If indeed you do not want a pregnancy, try discussing it with your partner and also your midwife or obstetrician about using contraception.
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