The Process Of Pregnancy In Women?
I want to ask my girl to get my period on the 2nd. She has sex on the 25th, can I get pregnant or not
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Pregnancy can occur when a sperm cell meets an egg cell and fertilization occurs. Sperm cells can survive up to 7 days in the uterus. If you and your partner have unprotected sex or other means of contraception and ejaculation occurs in the vagina, it is possible that pregnancy can occur, especially if intercourse is during the fertile period. The fertile period is the time when ovulation or the release of mature eggs that are ready to be fertilized. To calculate the fertile period, it is very important to know the menstrual cycle in advance. A normal menstrual cycle is between 21-35 days.
Meanwhile, ovulation usually occurs about 12-15 days before the first day of the next menstruation, this only applies to women with regular menstrual cycles.
If the menstrual cycle is irregular, then you must record the menstrual cycle for approximately 6 months, then you can use this calculation:
• the shortest cycle is reduced by 18 , for example the shortest cycle is 25 days, then 25 is reduced by 18=7
• the longest cycle is reduced by 11, for example the longest cycle is 30 days, then 30 is reduced by 11=19
The fertile period is on the 7th to the 19th day counted from the first day of the last menstrual cycle.
The easiest way to find out whether someone is pregnant or not is to use a testpack. How to use the testpack is quite easy and you don't have to wait long to find out the results. The test pack can be used from 1 week after the missed period. The testpack is quite accurate when used according to the instructions on how to use the testpack correctly to avoid false positive and false negative results. If the testpack results are negative, do the testpack again on the following days.
However, to be sure, I recommend checking with a gynecologist. The doctor will ask what complaints are experienced, perform a physical examination and supporting examinations such as ultrasound to find out sure signs of pregnancy.
Signs of pregnancy are divided into 3 types, namely:
• Uncertain signs of pregnancy: late menstruation, nausea and vomiting, frequent urination, enlarged breasts, skin on the nose, cheeks, forehead, blackened nipples, difficulty defecating, varicose veins
• Signs of possible pregnancy: positive testpack results and palpation of fetal body parts on examination
• Certain signs of pregnancy: visible fetal movement and fetal heart rate on ultrasound
That's my answer, hope it helps.
Regards, Dr. Sylvia