One time i am having with a girl but i was not use a ..?

One time i am having with a girl but i was not use a Condo so be a mistake how to stop it girl age 18 years old

Anish asked on 03 Dec '17 at 18:03


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Krish g answer on 04 Jun '12 at 04:00

Yes, it?s possible to fall pregnant even during period, however the chances of conception are too small. The appropriate time for getting pregnant is the middle of the cycle, the time close to the ovulation days. For the most part of women it?s approximately from 12 to 16 days. But, there exist the possibilities to get pregnant in the course of period and there are some causes why it may happen. Firstly, semen can live for up to five days. It?s normal that sperm can survive inside woman?s body from 2 to up to 5 days. Nevertheless, under the best condition, semen may stay useful for conception more than 5 days. So, if a woman had unprotected loveual intercourse during her period and then she ovulated several days after, she has a great chance to become a mom.

Krish g answer on 04 Jun '12 at 04:01

Yes, it?s possible to fall pregnant even during period, however the chances of conception are too small. The appropriate time for getting pregnant is the middle of the cycle, the time close to the ovulation days. For the most part of women it?s approximately from 12 to 16 days. But, there exist the possibilities to get pregnant in the course of period and there are some causes why it may happen. Firstly, semen can live for up to five days. It?s normal that sperm can survive inside woman?s body from 2 to up to 5 days. Nevertheless, under the best condition, semen may stay useful for conception more than 5 days. So, if a woman had unprotected loveual intercourse during her period and then she ovulated several days after, she has a great chance to become a mom.

Krish g answer on 04 Jun '12 at 04:05

Yes, it?s possible to fall pregnant even during period, however the chances of conception are too small. The appropriate time for getting pregnant is the middle of the cycle, the time close to the ovulation days. For the most part of women it?s approximately from 12 to 16 days. But, there exist the possibilities to get pregnant in the course of period and there are some causes why it may happen. Firstly, semen can live for up to five days. It?s normal that sperm can survive inside woman?s body from 2 to up to 5 days. Nevertheless, under the best condition, semen may stay useful for conception more than 5 days. So, if a woman had unprotected loveual intercourse during her period and then she ovulated several days after, she has a great chance to become a mom.Some women are so attuned to their body and the changes it undergoes with pregnancy that they seem to know from the start they are pregnant. Other women, though, have no suspicion they are pregnant until they miss their first period, which is perhaps the most widely recognized early sign of pregnancy.

Retali sen answer on 04 Jun '12 at 17:37

With all it was missed period. Then morning sickness came at about 8-10 weeks for my first three. After that the constant peeing started along with exhaustion, consitpation and gas. I did with this one have cramping at around 6 weeks pregnant. Now with this last one we were TTC for 15 months. About a week after love I had this feeling and looked at my husband and said ?It worked this time? he thought I was nuts. I was at the clinic for my daughter on the day AF was due and did a test just for the heck of it?.it came up positive. I wasnt surprised lol Most pregnancdy symptoms do not occur until 6-8 weeks pregnant other than missed period. I wouldnt advice testing before AF is due because you can get an early positive that could be froma chemical pregnancy. Wait and be patient then test after you miss.

Krish singh answer on 05 Jun '12 at 16:00

Yeast infections are more common during pregnancy than any other time in a woman's life, especially during the second trimester of pregnancy. You may be noticing an increase in the amount of thin, white, odd smelling discharge. This is common and a normal symptom in the second trimester. Though yeast infections have no major negative effect on pregnancy, they are often more difficult to control during pregnancy causing significant discomfort for you. Don't waste time in seeking treatment. If you develop symptoms from a yeast infection, they're likely to plague you (and may get worse) until you treat the infection, though sometimes they come and go on their own. Symptoms may include: Itchiness, irritation, soreness, burning, and redness in your vagina and labia (and sometimes swelling) An odorless vaginal discharge that's often white, creamy, or cottage-cheesy Discomfort or pain during love Burning when you urinate (when the urine hits your already irritated genitals)Most yeast infections can usually be avoided by doing the following: Wear loose, cotton, breathable clothing, and cotton underwear. After regular, thorough washing, use your blow dryer on a low, cool setting to help dry your genital area. Always wipe from front to back after using the restroom. Shower immediately after you swim. Change out of swimsuit, workout clothes or other damp clothes as soon as possible. Don't douche; and don't use feminine hygiene sprays, sanitary pads, and tampons that contain deodorant, bubble bath, colored or perfumed toilet paper Include yogurt with "lactobacillus acidophilus" in your diet Limit sugar intake, as sugar promotes the growth of yeast Get plenty of rest to make it easier for your body to fight infections