Is There A Safe Time To Have S£x Without Getting Pregnant?

Many women spend the better part of their fertile years actively trying not to get pregnant, so it might be a surprise to learn that conception isn’t that easy. Indeed, there’s a relatively short window during a woman’s cycle that’s ideal for conceiving, whether or not she’s on birth control or actively trying.

According to “MedicineNet”, Getting pregnant just after your period is unlikely, but it’s not impossible. The chances of getting pregnant are low right after periods compared to a few days or a week in the menstrual cycle. If a woman engages in the act without using contraception, she may get pregnant at any time during the menstrual cycle, even during or just after the period.

When is pregnancy least to occur?

According to “MedicalNewsToday”, Although menstrual cycles can vary from person to person, the average length is 28 days.

Ovulation occurs around 10 to 16 days before menstruation begins. The time around ovulation is called the fertility window because these are the most fertile days in the menstrual cycle.

It is possible to become pregnant during the 5 days leading up to ovulation and on the same day. An egg can survive for up to 24 hours after delivery, and the male reproductive cell can survive for up to 7 days after the act. Therefore, it is also possible to get pregnant in the 2 days after ovulation, but this is less likely.

What is the more reliable way to prevent pregnancy?

There are several options for effective forms of contraception. According to “Healthline”, These options can be more than 99 percent effective against pregnancy if you follow the instructions carefully. Popular choices include:

1. Birth control pills.

2. Intrauterine devices.

3. Contraceptive injections such as Depo-Provera.

4. Condoms are another effective form of birth control and also protect against sexually transmitted infections.

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