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Urinating immediately after intercourse and pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Women's Health
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   How can i help you
User :   i am XXXXXXXX ..28 delhi
Doctor :   hi
User :   whenever i sex with my wife ...she got prob abt urine
Doctor :   ok
User :   after sex she passes urine...
User :   then in this situation can she get pregnant
Doctor :   that is normal, due to pressure on bladder
Doctor :   yes
User :   but we want baby now
Doctor :   there is no problem
Doctor :   How long you have been married
User :   and wht is perfact time to conceive
User :   we r married on last july
Doctor :   is she having burning sensation while passing urine, increased frequency during the entire day
User :   july 2008
User :   on dat ws normal
Doctor :   i did not get oyu
User :   tell me the dates
User :   to concieve
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   one week after the periods and one week before next periods
Doctor :   is the fertile period
User :   okkkk
User :   but if she passes urine then is she will get preganant
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   this is normal
User :   but everyboy says
Doctor :   who says
Doctor :   you can ask her to lie down straight for 5 minutes
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