I am 25 years old and my fiancee is 21 years old.
she normally gets her period between 19-22 of every month.
last month we had a sexual contact on 15th without protection. Although there was no ejaculation happened , her period got late till 28th and she had abnormally high blood discharge .
Do we need to worry about pregnancy now? is there a chance she gets pregnant after the period?
If she had her period, then she's not pg, regardless of the fact that she was late starting it. But the cycle starts all over again, so yes there is a chance she could get pg on this next cycle by having sex again.
Day 1 of the cycle is the first day of her period. Then approx. 12-14 days later she will ovulate, but this is only a text book rule and she'd have to watch for body signs to indicate the true day of ovulation. Then around Day 28-30 she'd start her period again, and the counting starts all over. So she should take the first day of her period, and then add 4 weeks, then this should be the first day of her next period - if she's a 28-day cycle girl - and somewhere in the middle is when she will ovulate. The egg is viable for an average of 24 hours.
Also know that some sperm can live inside the woman for a few days, so this fact combined with the unpredicability of ovulation, is why there are a lot of Oops babies in this world. Hope this helps....
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