While normal menstruation can last for only three days, according to the Cleveland Health Clinic, it is still possible to be pregnant while experiencing vaginal bleeding. The American Pregnancy Association maintains that... 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 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 »

A short menstrual period of no longer than three days may indicate pregnancy if it is light and not part of the regular pattern of menstruation, according to Everyday Health. It may also indicate the beginning of puberty... More »

Abnormal vaginal bleeding, such as having a period early, has many possible causes, including bleeding associated with an undetected pregnancy and bleeding caused by an intrauterine device. Bleeding between periods may a... More »

Pregnancy, stress, excessive exercise, dieting and hormonal changes often account for a period to be three days late, according to Summit Medical Group. A period is not considered late until it is five days late; however... More »

According to Everyday Health, a short menstruation period may be caused by low estrogen levels, early pregnancy, menopause, birth control, thyroid disorder, polycystic ovary syndrome, weight loss, excessive exercising, e... More »