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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   How likely is it to become pregnant when having unprotected sexual intercourse on the first day of a menstrual cycle ? Is it a sign when the menstrual cycle (unlike being the usual 3-4 days time period) to only last one day and the bleeding stops completely the next day after intercourse and have no cramps ?

User :   How likely is it to become pregnant when having unprotected sexual intercourse on the first day of a menstrual cycle ? Is it a sign when the menstrual cycle (unlike being the usual 3-4 days time period) to only last one day and the bleeding stops completely the next day after intercourse and have no cramps ?
Doctor :   hi
User :   Hi
Doctor :   it is not possible for the pregnancy to happen on having sex on the first day of menstrual cycle
User :   Ok but since the sperm stay inside the vaginal area for 3-4 days, is it likely for ovulation to occur within a couple of weeks ?
Doctor :   how can it stay inside when there is menstrual flow ?
User :   It stopped bleeding right after intercourse
User :   it only bled before sexual contact
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