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Planning a baby, no pregnancy symptoms except bloated stomach. Pregnancy chances?

Hi doctor, am married women 27 year old, last two months back i have very early miscarriage , and taking folic asid tab from that time, and planing to have baby, my last monthly period started on 17th oct, 12 and had unprotected sex from 27th oct, 12 to 02nd Nov, 12. today is 16th nov, am confuesed that weather am pregnant or not. and have no clue to early pregnency ecsept stomuc bloting. please help.
Asked On : Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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It is good to have folic acid to enhance healthy conception. If you are having 28-30 day cycles, your ovulation time could fall on the 14th-16th day, 14 days before the onset of next period. Since you had intercourse during the fertile days, you can get a HPT and consult your doctor for a blood test and a sonogram, if needed. Take care.
Answered: Tue, 20 Nov 2012
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