According to WebMD, A woman is most likely to get pregnant seven to 10 days after her period ends. This is the time when ovulation typically occurs. However, this time period can vary.
The Menstrual Cycle
A woman’s cycle starts on the first day of her period. For most women, ovulation occurs two weeks into the cycle.
However, that can vary. Women can ovulate anywhere from 11 to 21 days into the cycle. It’s important for women trying to conceive to keep a diary of their cycle. This will help them get to know their cycle.
A woman can get pregnant, even if intercourse occurs before ovulation. This is because sperm can live in a female’s Fallopian tubes for up to seven days. This means the sperm can fertilize an egg several days after intercourse. It is important to remember that even though there are days that pregnancy is more likely, pregnancy can occur anytime with unprotected sex.