Just before your period you are at your most fertile
Depends on how far along the woman is in her monthly cycle of menstruation and ovulation. Women are most fertile two days before through two days after they ovulate, which occurs approximately 14 days after their last menstrual cycle. However, sperm has been said to survive up to 72 hours after coitus (sex). Even if a man does not ejaculate (i.e. "pulls out"), sperm is still released during sex, in the form of pre-ejaculate (which occurs during coitus and is virtually undetectable by either partner). Therefore, you CAN get a girl pregnant even if you pull out, and there is a good week or more that she can easily get pregnant out of each month--and that week is actually harder to pin down than just counting calendars.
To get more than 8 one needs to get 9 or 10 so there are 2/10 chances The probability to get less than 8 is the opposite probability to the one before so it's 1-2/10 = 8/10 = 4/5 = 0.8
The answer depends on how many cards are drawn and whether or not they are replaced before the next card is drawn.The answer depends on how many cards are drawn and whether or not they are replaced before the next card is drawn.The answer depends on how many cards are drawn and whether or not they are replaced before the next card is drawn.The answer depends on how many cards are drawn and whether or not they are replaced before the next card is drawn.
Less likely, but still possible. A woman can only get pregnant if she has sex either during ovulation or up to a week before ovulation when there is fertile quality cervical mucus present - this helps keep the sperm alive for up to 7 days and helps it to swim up through the cervical opening. During an average 28 day cycle a woman will be fertile between days 7-16 (ovulation on day 14, there can be a viable egg present for up to 48 hours) - by the time a woman menstruates the egg from the last cycle is long dead, and she cannot ovulate during menstruation. However if a woman's menstrual cycle is short she may ovulate soon after menstruation, thus if she was to have sex during her period sperm could survive up to 7 days, by which time she may have ovulated and thus she may get pregnant.
Assuming it is a standard poker deck with 52 cards and 4 aces The probability of getting your first card an ace is = 4/52 Over here you need to reread your questions. There are something you need to know before i continue - when you draw your second card, did you return the first card back into the pile? lets say if you draw an ace of spades, would you be able to redraw it again for the second card? If the first ace is return to the pile: probability of getting a second ace is also 4/52 so the total probability of getting both cards an ace is (4/52 x 4/52) If the first ace is not return to the pile: probability of getting a second ace is now 3/51 note that removing one ace also removes one card from the pile. total card is now 51 with 3 aces only so the total probability of getting both cards an ace is (4/52 x 3/51) hope i help.
Yes and no. The chances of becoming pregnant are slim but there is always the chance of STD's with unprotected sex....
100% I am sorry but you are pregnant
The same chances as if he hadn't...it's called pre-ejaculation.
you can potentially get pregnant at any time of the month if you have unprotected sex. your chances are higher closer to ovulation. you can potentially get pregnant at any time of the month if you have unprotected sex. your chances are higher closer to ovulation. If your periods are regular say 28 days a cycle and generally are not erratic. then very close to you next due date when you will be getting periods...or just about four to five days before onset of periods you will not conceive. all the same some women do get pregnant so it cannot be relied upon entirely.
No. It does not act as the "Morning-After pill" When starting birth control you should wait at least a month before having unprotected intercourse.
The chances of getting pregnant are always high - a week before or even after. The sperm can hang around a lot longer than you think. Don't rely on the cycle period of conception. Use a condom or refrain if you want to remain safe.
As long as you take your pill every day, the chances of getting pregnant are less than 1%. it also generally takes the female body three to six months after stopping the pill before the hormone levels even out enough to easily become, and remain, pregnant.
really good because this is during the ovalation period
If your cycle is always 32 days.. then your ovulation date is around the 18th days. Then it will be on October 22. Generally, there's chances of being pregnant 5-7 days before that date (so Oct 15). But many factors can cause an ovulation before the supposed date. Then, the answer is "the chances are low, but there is chances".
NO!!! Most birth control you have to take for at least one week before it works at all. Some you have to take for a least a month before it works. If you have unprotected sex on the first day of taking the pill you will get pregnant.
You can get pregnant at any time of the month. But right after your period you have a less chance of getting pregnant, and right before your period because the egg needs to be in the tubes to be fertilized so if its the day before your period its not in the tubes.