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Fertile period information,irregular periods - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hi Doctor
Doctor :   HI
Doctor :   HOw can I helpyou ?
User :   I'm married and we are trying for baby
User :   My wife cycle in irregular.
Can you please let me know what and all changes happens when a egg is formed. So that we can have sex on that day
Doctor :   What are her Cycle length and Since when has she been having it
User :   its normally 45 to 50 days
Doctor :   ok
User :   she had on 10th of this month
Doctor :   She would have an Increase in Body temperature anbd that shall be only 0.5Degrees rise
User :   Any other changes in her body
Doctor :   so she shall be needed to monitor her body temperature regularly every day
Doctor :   Then she will need to see the Cervical
Doctor :   Fluid changes that is there will be an increase from the
Doctor :   normal
Doctor :   Thick Discharge to the Watery Discharge this is to facilitate the Forward movement of the Sperms and hence monitoring of the Cervical mucus will be needed
User :   if we miss one day sex does it affects her pregency
Doctor :   hence since the ovum is fertile only for 24-36 hours
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