is it not fertile or safe to have sex right after her menstruation?


Yeah, you are definitely

Yeah, you are definitely correct. Women’s cervical area is dry right after the menstruation so this will enable the sperms to not get protected from the acidic vagina that makes them killed. So the fertilization will not occur, of course. It’s also advisable to monitor the ovulation cycle of your partner so that you can predict if when is she going to have her period. Anyways, just keep in your mind that anytime your partner could get pregnant. Worth getting payday loans to make the conception be planned as well as you planned to have a baby.

It is not safe to have

It is not safe to have unprotected sex right after menstruation. Generally after the end of menstruation the fertile period begins. During menstruation the lining of the uterus is sloughed off. It is at this point that the body prepares itself for the possibility of pregnancy, so the lining of the uterus starts to build up again. If you have sexual intercourse during this time, the sperm can live for several days in the cervix. Once an egg is released the sperm can then fertilize it even if you did not have sex on that day.

The best way to learn when you are fertile is to practice natural family planning, also called fertility awareness. Click on this link for more information: http://www.contracept.org/natural.php

Best of luck,
Dr. Williams

Monnica Williams, Ph.D.
Sex Education Advisor. www.MonnicaWilliams.com.

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