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hi,am lilian,i want to get pregnant this month,i recieved my periods on 6th feb,how can i go about

hi,am lilian,i want to get pregnant this month,i recieved my periods on 6th
feb,how can i go about it

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    Dear Lilian,sorry for the delay in replying.A woman ovulates 14 days before menstruation, sperm can survive in the vagina for 3-5 days and the ovum can survive upto 24 hours. If your cycles are regular then one week before or one week after the day of ovulation is considered to be fertile period.If your last period was 6th february then ovulation would be around 19-20th approximately if your cycles are regular, so sex around that time would result in pregnancy. You can note down few signs of ovulation like during ovulation the cervical mucus(discharge) increases and is of watery or raw egg white consistency; there is increase in basal body temperature; breast tenderness. It can be detected by a OPK(Ovulation predictor test kit) which is tested with the help of urine.I hope this helps.Take care.

    Answered on May 11, 2014.
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