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If you're trying to conceive or trying to avoid getting pregnant, you probably have lots of questions about when you are most fertile. How often do you need to have unprotected sex to get pregnant? Can you get pregnant during your period?
Then make sure you know how to prevent pregnancy. The best way to prevent pregnancy is not to have sex. Choosing abstinence meaning choosing not to have any kind of sex at all not only protects you from pregnancy, but also from sexually transmitted infections STI.
For the best chance of getting pregnant, you need to get your eggs and your partner's sperm together as often as possible. More than 8 out of 10 couples where the woman is aged under 40 will get pregnant within one year if they have regular unprotected sex. More than 9 out of 10 couples will get pregnant within two years. Having vaginal sex every 2 to 3 days will give you the best chance of getting pregnant.
Many men and women feel anxious about having sex during periods because we have been culturally conditioned to believe that menstruation is something dirty. There are also many misconceptions about the medical aspects of sex during periods. Medically, it is normal to have sex during periods.
Blood-stained sheets after sex — when you're not on your period — are naturally going to give you a little cause for concern. There's a lot of reasons why it can happen, through. Whether you typically experience bleeding during sex, bleeding after sex or a bit of both, the causes are usually very similar.
We respect your privacy. The virus may be present in menstrual blood. Therefore, doctors strongly encourage using a condom to decrease this risk.
It is best to wait days after taking the Misoprostol to have sexual relations. It is normal to have irregular light bleeding for up to two weeks after a medical abortion sometimes even longer. You can have sexual relations even if you are still bleeding. However, if you do not wish to become pregnant, it is important to use contraception every time you have sexual relations.
However, sperm can survive for longer within the genital tract your vagina, uterus or fallopian tubes. This means that you don't have to time sex at the exact moment of ovulation to get pregnant. There are other signs of ovulation that you may be able to notice.