johnmacd1986 Posted August 6, 2017 Share Posted August 6, 2017 So first off, yes I know that a woman can get pregnant at any time during her cycle, but am I right in thinking it's not all that likely at this stage? Me and my girlfriend recently had unprotected sex about 2 days after her period ended (so around day 7 of her cycle I think) I read this on the NHS website which reassures me a little: Can I get pregnant just after my period has finished? Yes, although it is not very likely. If you have sex without using contraception, you can conceive (get pregnant) at any time during your menstrual cycle, even during, or just after, your period. You can also get pregnant if you have never had a period before, during your first period, or after the first time you have sex. There is no "safe" time of the month, when you can have sex without contraception and not risk becoming pregnant. However, there are times in your menstrual cycle when you are at your most fertile, and this is when you are most likely to conceive. Aswell as this, we got a morning after pill later that day and she took it around 12 hours after we had sex. But of course these pills can fail every now and then I'd like to think that considering the circumstances, it would be pretty unlikely that she'll get pregnant and so we don't need to worry too much... but if anyone could offer any thoughts that would be appreciated Link to comment
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