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Bilateral polycystic ovaries, regular periods, trying to conceive

Hi, I’m 25 yrs old. I’ve been diagnosed with bilateral polycystic ovaries when I was 23. I was on medication and now I’m having my periods every month (not on the exact date but having them)without having any medicines. Now I’m trying to get pregnant . I’ve few doubts. 1) When is the fertile period?(from start of the periods/end of it) 2) I’m oozing out all the liquids after having sex. Is it normal? 3) Can I wash it in the above case after having sex?
Asked On : Sun, 13 May 2012
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Most fertile period is between around 14 th day of period and should be taken as 2to 3 days before and after this time.
It is normal to ooze out fluid after sex as it is semen and vaginal fluids.
If you want pregnancy then don't wash immediately and should remain lying in bed on your back for at least half hour after sex to improve upon the chances of fertilization,otherwise you can wash immediately.
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