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Which is the safest period to have sex to avoid pregnancy ?

if i get period on 2nd of june, finished on 12th. so, on which day we have to be careful to avoid pregnancy . pls tell me the day or date, so then i can make sense on it. i could prevent pregnancy. thank you dr.
Asked On : Sat, 25 Jun 2011
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Hi Tharshi,

Thanks for the query.

What you are talking about is Rhythm method/ Calender method of Contraception.

First of all, to practice this method your menstrual cycles should be regular for atleast 3 months. You need to confirm on that.

What is the duration of your menstrual cycle? I mean to say, once in how many days to you have periods? For eg: once in 30 days or once in 25 days, etc.

However, it is always advisable to use Barrier method of contraception ( condoms ), as it not only prevents you from getting pregnant but also protects you from contracting HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
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