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if you are trying for pregnancy then it is very much beneficial becoz it improves sperm quality.if can't do it in every alternate days from 8th day to 21st day of our periods.it will not affect your health instead it burn 300cal each time which keep you fit!best of luck
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Hi people Here Some interesting facts about fertility: 1. Ovulation usually occurs on Day 14 of the cycle. Probably the most widely held fertility myth is the notion that women always ovulate on Day 14 of their cycle. If this were indeed true, there would be virtually no need for birth control, since couples could simply avoid that one day. And scores of couples desiring a child would simply have intercourse on Day 14, and Bingo, get pregnant. There are several serious consequences to the Day 14 fallacy: • Many unplanned pregnancies occur because couples think they are safe for unprotected intercourse on any day but Day 14. • Many couples who desire to get pregnant actually impede pregnancy by timing intercourse on Day 14, when, in reality, the woman may ovulate either much earlier or later than that one particular day. • Many diagnostic tests and therapies are performed at an inappropriate time in the woman’s cycle. These include infertility procedures such as post-coital tests and endometrial biopsies, as well as general health procedures such as mammograms and diaphragm fittings. • If a woman does get pregnant, the doctor’s office will usually utilize a pregnancy wheel to determine her due date. But this device assumes that women ovulate on Day 14, and therefore could be off by several weeks, leading physicians to perform diagnostic tests at inappropriate times (e.g. amniocentesis) or even induce labor before the baby is fully developed. 2. A normal menstrual cycle is 28 days. Actually, a normal menstrual cycle can vary from about 24-36 days. And not only do cycles vary substantially among women, they often vary within each individual woman. One of the most unfortunate results of this myth is the needless anxiety that it causes women desiring to avoid pregnancy, who are led to believe over and over again that they may be pregnant because their periods are late. The perpetuation of this belief is related, in part, to people s perception of the perfect Pill cycle (boy, that’s a mouthful of p’s!
I took Plan B emergency contraceptive on March 24 (Cycle Day 7) and again on March 26 (Cycle Day 9)... Copper T IUD came out on the 24th and we weren t too careful. My partner and I spoke about it after the fact and we decided that we are ready to become parents so taking this dreadful pill was more a mistake than the intercourse. I bled on April 5th (lightly) until April 8th. My boyfriend and I are now trying to conceive and I am wondering how these pills will affect my cycle (I am regular and my cycle varies from 27-30 days). We have had intercourse daily since the 9th and today my period was due, but did not arrive. My questions are: I took a pregnancy test about 10 minutes ago and the result is negative... is it possible I could have ovulated late and could be in the process of conceiving now --- or did plan B destroy my chances of conceiving this cycle? Was the April 5th bleed my period and should it be considered cycle day 1? Or should i still expect a period? How will my ovulation be affected? They say 14 days before your next period is your most fertile time... when should we be diligent in trying?
Hi doc! I am 26 years old9 male. I do masturbation regularly, almost daily, sometimes twice or thrice a day depending on my sex urge. The query I had was that would this habit of mine would effect my reproduction chances. Imean will this decrease my chances of having a child if I get married after 4 years???