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Even though it is not the case for every woman, it is possible for some women to become pregnant right after their period. The reason for this is because the length of a woman’s ovulation cycle can vary meaning that while some women may have a 28 day cycle, others may have a significantly shorter cycle. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
The best way to determine how your cycle is set up is to track it on a daily basis. It is best to create an ovulation cycle and use either a basal thermometer or an ovulation predictor kit to keep track of when you ovulate.
Both options work well and are easy to use to teach you best when and how to conceive. The difference in the two is that a basal thermometer will allow you to know you have ovulated after the fact and an ovulation predictor kit will let you know in advance. With both methods, it is best to use them on a daily basis so that you have an accurate reading.
When you know when you are ovulating, you will be able to have intercourse at the time that you are most fertile. If this time coincides with the ending of your period, it is possible that you will be able to conceive at this time.