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Best time for pregnancy to occur, UPT to confirm pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   how can I help you
User :   I have a question about if I'm pregnant or not?
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Please describe
User :   I've been having systoms. I had sex on 04/04/08 and on 04/18/08.
User :   My normal mentral cycle started on time on the 20th.
Doctor :   Ok
User :   But wasn't really long. It started off fine for a day but went off within 2 more days and it usually stays on for 5 days
User :   The systoms I've been having are slight cramping, really tired more than usuall, and discharge that sometimes appears as spots but other times it's more than spots.
User :   Could this be pregnancy?
Doctor :   Do you mean blood spotting
User :   No not really, ( I don't think it was) but the because the discharge can appear really strecthy and white
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   That is called mittleschmirz
Doctor :   it happens during ovulation
Doctor :   the white stretchy discharge
Doctor :   slight cramping, more tired and discharge are not the definite signs or symptoms
Doctor :   of pregnancy
User :   So I'm not pregnant?
Doctor :   The definite sign can be made out after the Urine pregnancy test
Doctor :   which you can do it at your hom
Doctor :   home
User :   When is a good time to get one, after my cycle is due again
Doctor :   If the Urine pregnancy test is positive
Doctor :   Let me tell you the best time for coitus to have pregnancy is
Doctor :   from 9th day to 18 day of then menstrual cycle
Doctor :   the first day of the cycle is the first day of the start of a period
Doctor :   The best time for the Urine pregnancy test would be if you miss a period after an unprotected intercourse
Doctor :   and one month after the intercourse
Doctor :   So in your case you had normally menstruation after the intercourse
User :   seeing my dates of having sex and the date my period started on, did I have sex during the 9th day to the 18th?
Doctor :   Your first coitus on 4th of april seems to be within the most successful days
Doctor :   The ovulation for a women happens on the 14th day of the cycle and the egg stay for 7 days
Doctor :   so it is necessary to have sex four days before the day of ovulation and the four days after ovulation
Doctor :   because the lifespan of the sperm is only 72 hours
Doctor :   in the female
Doctor :   are youtehre
User :   yes
Doctor :   So did yoiu get the answers for all your doubts
Doctor :   so next step is get the Urine pregnancy test done
Doctor :   at home
User :   But still can I be pregnant now even though I had a period and it wasn't normal on the 20th
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   The normal period rules out the possibility of pregnancy inyou
User :   okay thanks that's all
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