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Hi So your wife's cycle is normal 28 day? Yes,.So day one is the first day of her period, around day 14 is ovulation day, give or take a day, now...
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Hi, Ovulation pain, or pain around the time of ovulation (since it doesn't necessarily happen at the very moment you ovulate), varies from woman...
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Hi The first thing would be how long you have been on BC, and what type, meaning pills, shots or IUD( google these for more info), the longer you...
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Hi Found you this info, its pretty standard.If you are keen to increase your chances of conceiving two babies then it’s important to understand how...
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Hi The advice on testing for pregnancy is to do it on the first missed day of your next period.But from what your saying you may have missed, you...
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Hi, Do we take it that this was unprotected sex, then having unprotected sex always has the chance of pregnancy.All you can is wait and see, if you...
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The only way to know for sure is to take a pregnancy test. Good luck!
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No she wont get pregnant. The vagina is full of toxic chemicals to kill of bacteria and even semen. About 70% semen from a full...
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The pregnancy risk is very small....but not "zero". While I commend your attempts to limit your sexual activity to mutual masturbation, you...
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You can it just isn't as likely as it would be if you were to do it close to or on your ovulation day.
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Why do you say you were fertile from May 4th to 10th? In a "normal" 28 day cycle you would've ovulated on May 9th and the egg lives...
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is that 2-3 days after your period ended?  generally, ovulation can begin anywhere from 8-15 days (give or take) after day 1 of your period...
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Most definitely. In a "normal" menstrual cycle of 28 days, ovulation is when the egg is released from the ovary around the 14th day. Your...
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