According to the American Pregnancy Association, a woman who is pregnant sometimes experiences light or irregular bleeding, but it is not actually her period. This bleeding is not as substantial as the bleeding that occu... More »

Women do not typically get pregnant immediately after their period. According to the American Pregnancy Association, in order to get pregnant, a women must ovulate. Ovulation occurs at some point between days 11 and 21 f... More »

On average, a woman will start her period 14 days after ovulation. However, every woman's cycle is different, and this should only be used as a guide. More »

A woman is most likely to get pregnant seven to 10 days after her period ends, notes WebMD. This is the time period when ovulation typically occurs. However, this time period can vary. More »

If a woman has an average 28 day menstrual cycle, it is possible for her to get pregnant 5 days after her period ends. According to WebMD, sperm can live in a woman's body for up to 6 days. A woman that has sex five days... More »

A woman can get pregnant seven days after her period. According to Baby Center, a woman is most fertile 14 days from the first day of her period if she has a regular 28-day cycle. If a woman menstruates for seven days, s... More »

A woman cannot get pregnant two days before her period. If she is trying to get pregnant, WebMD advises adjusting efforts to suit individual ovulation cycles. More »