A woman can get pregnant within 20 weeks if she has not had a period in six months, a study has found.

Modern fertility experts say it could be a very good thing for people.

Modern fertility experts have been arguing for years that if you have not had one in six monthly menstrual periods, you are not getting pregnant.

But new research has found that if your period is no more than three months in the past, it does not matter.

And the only thing that matters is if you are using contraception.

So what do you do if you haven’t had a menstrual period in the six months?

You can still get pregnant, if you’ve been using birth control, and if you use it correctly.

There are some things you can do to reduce the chance of pregnancy, such as using a condom.

Or you can take a morning nap, which can reduce the chances of getting pregnant in the first place.

If you are planning a family, you can have a baby in your own bed.

These types of precautions are good for the body and the environment, but not necessarily for the person who gets pregnant.