Answer: Yes.Inside the body sperms can survive for 72 hours or more. Half of them perish in 1 to 5 hours journey inside. Note that this half is more than 60 million sperms. Important to know
Women are fertile for about 24-48 hours around the time of ovulation (before and after ovulation) and in most ideal conditions (ideal vaginal/uterine environments, fertile eggs, strong sperm health, etc) - sperm may be able to survive between six and seven days.
Likely about 2 weeks before the missed period if the woman had regular periods. The baby may have arrived earlier or later than the average 40 week pregnancy, so it is impossible to know based on birthdate.
Answer: The court case that brought about the 27th Amendment was Dillon v.Gloss. This court case took place in 1921. There was a court casethat challenged this Amendment in 1992. That court case involvedBoehner v. Anderson.
You had your period on April 27th had sex on may 7th and 24th what day did you conceive?
Count back 270 days and give yourself plus or minus 5 days.
This is to say that date of conception is not certain, but in the range of 265 to 275 days prior to date of delivery if all goes normally.
Answer: when you are most likely to conceive You are most likely to conceive between the 14th and the 17th day after your first day of the period. You can also start measuring your temperature every morning. A very slight increase of your temperature around the time stated above will indicate that now is the time to conceive. However, if you choose to do the temperature method, you have to do that for a couple months and you should write it down daily.