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When is the best time to conceive?

Hi , me and my wife want baby . iam doing sex regullerly . kindly suggest how wy wife concive baby and kindly tell me wht time is good for intercource to concive baby.
Asked On : Tue, 20 Mar 2012
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If you are having unprotected sex regularly for 1 year and your wife has not conceived then you & your have to get investigated for infertility[you cannot make a baby].
You can increase your chances of becoming pregnant each month by having sex at least every 3 days before and during ovulation. It is especially important to do so 72 hours before ovulation begins.
Ovulation occurs about 2 weeks before the next menstrual cycle (period) starts. If your wife gets her period every 28 days, you should have sex at least every 3 days between the 10th and 18th day after the period starts.
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Answered: Tue, 20 Mar 2012
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