You can’t get pregnant when sharing a room during the safe period, can you
Hello, according to your description, first of all, safe sex life is not safe, and there is the possibility of extra ovulation. According to your description, the same room on February 2nd and menstruation on February 6th can completely rule out pregnancy. If you don’t plan to have a baby, it is recommended to use condoms for sexual life to avoid accidental pregnancy
If you menstruate normally on February 6th, and the amount of menstruation is as much as before, it means you are not pregnant. Calculated by your menstrual cycle, you are less likely to be pregnant in the same room during the safe period on February 2. There is sex life two days after the first five days of ovulation, and the probability of pregnancy is relatively large, which belongs to the dangerous period.
I had the same room on February 2nd, but I had menstruation on February 6th. If the amount of menstruation is the same as usual, I will not be pregnant. If the amount of menstruation is obviously much less than usual, I may be pregnant. It is suggested to avoid mental stress, not to be tired and catch cold during menstruation, and observe the menstruation this time.
Menstruation occurs normally on February 6th, which is similar to each time and lasts for 3 ~ 7 days, so pregnancy can be ruled out. Don’t be under too much psychological pressure. If you have less menstruation, you may be pregnant. Pay attention to observe whether the next menstruation comes on time. If you don’t want children, take contraceptive measures when having sex.