i had my period last dec 22, and i have a sex last dec 30..im worried if i get pregnant? Im confused about fertility awareness, please advice..

Hi Julia, Most women ovulate

Hi Julia,

Most women ovulate in the middle of there their cycle. There is only 8 days between your last menstrual cycle (assuming you have a "normal" 28 day cycle not everyone does.) You did cut it close.

To prevent pregnancy you should always use a condom or another form of birth control. However, I am not here to lecture you but to advice and offer support.

If you are counting the 22nd as the first day of your last cycle then you have another 8 days (28 day cycle) before you should get your next period. Try not to worry or stress over it because that can cause a delay in your period too.

You can take a home pregnancy test a few days before your cycle is ready to start to put your mind at ease. There are some brands that can detect pregnancy a week before your period is due. If you are worried you could take one.

Best of luck!


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