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Possibility of pregnancy during ovulation, safe period - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   i wan to know aboout pregnancy
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User :   about safe period
Doctor :   What is it that you want to know about pregnancy.
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Doctor :   If your partners periods are regular then you can try the method.
User :   most of
User :   tell me
Doctor :   Usually a woman ovulates between the 10th to 18 th days of her cycle, counting from the day she has her periods ( the first day of her cycle)
Doctor :   This is when her cycles come every 28 days
Doctor :   If it is 2-3 days here and there then
Doctor :   you can use the formula
Doctor :   The shortest cycle minus 18 days=1st day of fertile period. The longest cycle minus 10 days= last day of fertile period.
Doctor :   The shortest and longest cycles in the last 6 months
Doctor :   During the fertile period sex may either be avoided or a barrier has to be used.
Doctor :   There are side effects like when her periods are not regular
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