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Any chances of getting pregnant on having protected sex on 20th day of cycle? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you today?
User:I want to ask something related to pregnancy
Doctor:Yes go ahead
User:I had protected sex on 20th day of my period cycle
User:what are the chances of me getting pregnant?
User:is there any way to know about ejaculation?
Doctor:There are chances if your periods are regular 30 day periods.
Doctor:Sorry i didnot understand the query
User:egg ejaculation?
User:when does it happen?
Doctor:Can you reframe the sentence?
Doctor:Egg ejaculation, or ovulation needs to be monitored for the whole month
User:oh how to do that?
Doctor:One method is basal body temperature method
Doctor:Another is ovulation detection kit
Doctor:Kits are easier and more reliable
User:also lil amount of blood came up from me after sex can you tell me what was that?
Doctor:It may be because of inflammation of cervix
Doctor:A gynecologist can evaluate it
User:thanks for your help
Doctor:Hope I helped
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