Whenever you have sex there is a chance of becoming pregnant. If you think you may be pregnant please contact us at 716.800.2306 to have a FREE laboratory Pregnancy Test and confidently talk through your concerns and options.
On average, a woman’s most fertile time is approximately two weeks after the start of her menstrual period. This is usually when an egg is released from one of the ovaries. If the egg comes in contact with a man’s sperm, pregnancy can occur. Keep in mind that this is not a 100% gaurentee. It is possible to become pregnant at any time during the month, not just during your ovulation period. You can even become pregnant during your menstrual period. Also, remember that these estimates are based on the average woman’s regular 28-day menstrual cycle. If your cycles are irregular, you may not be able to determine your most fertile time using this method.
You should also know that a man’s sperm can stay alive inside your uterus and fallopian tubes for several days after intercourse. In other words, you might not actually conceive until days after having sex.
When you are pregnant your body experiences many changes. Here are some early pregnancy symptoms:
Having one or all of these symptoms may be an indicator of a pregnancy, but does not necessarily mean you are pregnant. Women do occasionally experience an inaccurate pregnancy test or the result may be unclear. If you have questions concerning a pregnancy test that you have taken, or think that you may be pregnant we are here to help you answering your questions and concerns.
A pregnancy test checks for a hormone called HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) that is produced by the embryo during pregnancy. The test results are more accurate the longer you wait. It is best to wait until you have missed a period before taking the test. Learn more about pregnancy tests by clicking here.
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This information is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional counseling and/or medical advice.