It is not possible to get pregnant before ovulation begins, according to the National Health Service in England. Ovulation occurs when eggs are released from an ovary. After release, conception is feasible for up to 24 h... More »

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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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It is possible to ovulate and get pregnant with one fallopian tube if the tube has a corresponding ovary, according to Mayo Clinic. The ovulation process is the same as when a woman has two fallopian tubes. More »

At five weeks of pregnancy, it's likely that one menstrual period has been missed and the realization of a possible pregnancy has occurred, explains the United Kingdom's National Health Service. According to BabyCenter, ... More »

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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 »

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According to About.com, having sex on the days before an ovulation is the best way to get pregnant because the female is most fertile during this time. The most fertile time for a female, however, is two to three days be... More »

According to Baby Center, the easiest way to get pregnant is by determining when ovulation occurs and then having sexual intercourse around those days, which is when a woman is most fertile. A woman usually ovulates 14 d... More »