It is possible for women with short menstrual cycles to get pregnant one day after their periods end. Women with longer menstrual cycles cannot get pregnant until later in their cycles. More »

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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 »

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 »

Clomid successfully stimulates ovulation 80 percent of the time, and 40 to 45 percent of women taking Clomid become pregnant within six cycles. Intrauterine insemination combined with Clomid has a pregnancy success rate ... More »

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WebMD explains that weight gain in the belly area accompanied by a lack of menstruation very likely signals primary amenorrhea in young women who have not had their periods by the age of 16. It likely signals secondary a... More »

When pregnancy symptoms begin can vary depending on the woman, but many women begin experiencing symptoms right around the time of her missed period. This is generally four or so weeks after conception. More »

Pregnancy tests can give false negative results for women who are actually pregnant when taken five days before a not-yet-missed period. Most home pregnancy tests are designed to be taken three or four days before an exp... More »