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Had sex during periods. Breastfeeding. Chances of pregnancy?

I had sex with my wife an hour before & she is having periods of 4th day & during the sex she doesnot had bleeding & bleeding stops till now. Is there are chances of pregancy & if there are chances then which pill u prefered & how to take it & i also bring to your knowledge that my wife is on breast feeding to my 8 months baby. Kindly suggest me .
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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hello there
for pregnancy female ovum and male sperm union is required. sperm life span is 3 days. ovulation(secretion of ovum from ovary) occurs at 14th day of ist day of periods. So in your case your wife's ovulation will occur 10 days after. until that your sperms will be totally inactive. simply pregnancy occurs when one have sex between 9 and 18 days from ist day of periods.
So no need to worry.
no need to use pills.
have fun
Dr bilal ahmad
Answered: Tue, 17 Sep 2013
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