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Possibilities of pregnancy

Good day, I was wondering what are the possibilities of a pregnancy if we had unprotected sexual intercourse on the 6th day of her period, she ovulated on day 13 we think. These past few days some changes have happened with her, for starters, she is not someboyd that has breakfast and for the last 2 days she has experienced hunger during the morgning and yesterday unusuaaly hungry during the night. Also, for the past week she says she has felt more sleepy, she usually has bad sleep but these past days she has slept better but feels the day after, she still would like to keep on sleeping.

What would be the possibilities of her being pregnant? sex during the 6th day of her period and these symptoms.

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Informative post. Thanks for sharing it with us.
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Women usually do not have changes or symptoms that early of pregnancy.  The only real way to know is for her to take a pregnancy test. That's a bit early for conception but sperm does live for a while. There is no safe time during a woman's cycle to have sex if you are adamant you don't want her to get pregnant so always use a condom or have her go on the pill.  

So, when is her period due?
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Thank you very much her period is due on the 19th of this month
Oh, so it is really early.  Okay.  No, don't look at any of this as a sign of pregnancy at this point.  Wait until her period is due.  
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