Natural Herbal Remedies For Blocked Fallopian Tubes
The time in which it's there is called ovulation. It takes place 14 to 17 days after you have gotten your last period. It stays there until for about 2 days at max 3 days (very rare). After it leaves the tube it's infertile and within a matter of time in extracts it's self from the cervix alond with the uterine lining (the potential embrianic sack.) Thus the blood. You're not pregnant you can't be that too manys days after the start of ovulation.
i'm not sure, goodluck
if u think there was a maybe then get the plan b pill right away u can take it 2 days after it happens. you are not out of the woods till u have your period so go get the plan b
During ovulation the egg is active for 24 hours if its not fertilized then it will come down and thats when you get your period. If you miss your period good chances are that your pregnant.
Well hopefully if you ovulated, your egg is in your uterus. If your egg is in your fallopian tube and it becomes fertilized, you'll have an ectopic pregnancy. Then you're really in trouble!!!!!! "Pulling out" is not an effective birth control method. A man pre ejaculates before climax. Use condoms and get on birth controll!!!!!!
you have about 48 hours it should fertilize in the tube and travels to the uterus and implant. I know because I had insemination done and the Dr. told me they had to time the ovulation just right because the egg would only last 48 hours so I had to get it done on a Sunday at like 4pm in the Dr. office. well good luck!
I assume you don’t need a lesson on how not to get pregnant or how to get on birth control like some are telling you - mistakes happen and you learn from them sooooo
The egg only lives for about 24 hours so you are probably fine. Your are most fertile 3 days before ovulation, ovulation day and the day after (sometimes). You will probably be late cuz you are worried about being pregnant - just go buy a pregnancy test from the dollar store and take it on the day of your period if it doesn’t come.
Normally an egg only lasts between 12 and 24 hours after ovulation in the fallopian tube (or uterus) before it degrades from not being fertilized. The egg will be released with the flow of your next period; however, sperm can live inside you for up to five days so becareful. Your most fertile days (meaning the days you have high chances of conceiving) are are about 3 days before ovulation thru 3 days after ovulation. This is because you may ovulate a little early or a little late on certain months.
The egg will only live to a max of 24 hours after it is released. So if you ovulated on the 14th…. and you had sex on the 22nd. You do the math, its impossible. Unless of course you could have your ovulation caculations off and for some reason ovulated later. But if you are sure that you Ovulated on the 14th its next to impossible. Hope this helped
I'm not sure how long it takes the egg to travel to the uterus, however, the egg will start to breakdown after 24 hours from the time it's released. From everything I've read, you have between 12-24 hours for the egg to be fertilized. Once it's fertilized, it takes a couple days to reach the uterus. It floats around for another 3-4 days in the uterus before it implants. So, that's why some women get implantation bleeding/cramps about 7DPO and can test positive almost a week before they get their period. I'm guessing, there is no way you are pregnant.
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