It is less likely than later in the cycle, but you sure can get pregnant two days after your period.
You can get pregnant 365 days of the year. That said, you are somewhat less likely to get pregnant right after your period has finished.
you can, but it is less likely.
Yes, you can get pregnant at anytime. It's less likely that someone would conceive that far along in their cycle, though.
There is less than 2% chance of pregnancy occurring in this situation.
She's least likely when she's having her period.
Two weeks after you have your period is typically the most likely time to become pregnant.
It is possible to get pregnant at any time, but it is much less likely during menstruation. Yes you can get pregnant during you period but it is a very low chance that it will happen. The best time to get pregnant is when you are ovulating and that is normally 14 days before your period.
Yes. A girl has the potential to become pregnant during all stages of her menstrual cycle. Although, there are certain times during her cycle when she is more or less fertile, and therefore more or less likely to become pregnant. Also, I'm assuming you mean 25 days after she begins her period, not a period that lasts 25 days. If her period lasts 25 days (i.e., bleeding for 25 days) then she should go to the doctor, because that isn't normal.
you can, but the most chance to is 7 days after your period. your less likely to if your currently on your period though
Yes, but not impossible. Always use some sort of protection.
it is possible to get pregnant at ANY time, even if you're on your period, it is just less likely.