posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 11:15 AM
I'm serious when I ask this question, so pls no jokes, no obscene talk,etc....
As a 34 y old woman I should know this, but a recent discussion with my teen daughter shows I could have been wrong all my live.
Can a woman get pregnant during her menstruation when she doesn't take anitconception pills or any other kind of birthcontrol?
I always thought and have been told "no"... most of my female friends also say "no" and I pretty much remember being taught "no" at school and
by my mother...
but now my daughter says "yes" (they taught her at school)
So I went google and to my surprise a lot of people say "yes, you can get pregnant during your menstruation".
well actually the opinions vary, one says "yes" another comments with "no"
if the answer is indeed yes then I'm lucky to never have had an 'accident' in the past, lol
But anyway, does anyone here knows the correct answer? (btw, the men can reply to if they know the answer)
I'll be also asking my MD next time I visit her.