According to the Mayo Clinic, the best time to try to get pregnant is during ovulation. Ovulation occurs approximately 14-15 days after the start of the last period, for women who have an average 28-32 day cycle (timing ... More »

Generally, during the second day of a woman's menstrual cycle, the egg released during ovulation is still maturing, explains Family Education from Pearson Education. This means it is highly unlikely a woman becomes pregn... More »

It is extremely unlikely to become pregnant three days before one's period, according to WebMD. Pregnancy can only occur during ovulation, which happens around 14 days after the last period. However, every woman's menstr... More »

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