Can I get pregnant in menstruation?

Angelina Ivanova
Angelina Ivanova
May 30, 2011

Everyone knows that the probability of getting pregnant in menstruation is incredibly low, since ovulation should begin approximately in the middle of the cycle, that is, 2 weeks before menstruation. And by the time of menstruation, the egg must lose its vitality and leave the body. But not all women do this. If a woman suffers from an irregular menstrual cycle, then the exact date of ovulation (the release of the egg into the body cavity) is difficult to predict. Stress, health, and other conditions beyond our control can affect the shift in ovulation day. If ovulation occurs earlier or later, then the viability of the egg can get on the days of menstruation, and spermatozoa are also tricky - they live in the body of a woman up to 7 days. Therefore, the opportunity to get pregnant in menstruation, of course, is, but the probability is small.