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Have delay in periods. Had sex earlier. Is it pregnancy?

Hi sir. Am Sabina. I get married for last 6 month. Am living with my husband right now. Sir actually I want to be pregnant soon coz my husband working in overseas. I have period date of 7th every month but in this month my period was miss. Now on date 14th blood was comes. What was the sign of it sir? Am I pregnant? Plz sir give me suggestions about this matter. Thanks. Salamoalaykum
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Thanks for the query. Some times menses will delay due to many factors like travelling, emotional disturbance etc. For confirmation of pregnancy you need to get done pregnancy test for beta HCG. Your bleeding might be due to delayed menses, but I suggest you to consult gynecologist for further confirmation
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General & Family Physician Dr. Muhammad Ishfaq Habib's  Response
Hi Sabina
Walikum salam

Welcome to HCM

If you had normal cycles from 2-7 days duration irrespective of the dates as they can be delayed which normal then it means you don't have pregnancy.

For increasing the chances of conception here are few tips which can help you.

The most important and ideal time for conception is the mid 7 days of the cycles. e.g your cycles ends on the 1st of the month then from 1st to 7th of the month you will not conceive because it is not the phase of ovulation. The ideal phase from 7th to 14th which is the time of getting pregnant. From 14 to 21st again there is no pregnancy phase.

The next step is the release of both sperm of male and ovum of female makes the conception possible. one of them missing will make the process incomplete so try to stay longer for a duration so that both of you releases your sperm and ovum.

A task for you is that after having coitus with your husband try to retain his sperms inside your cervix for a longer duration by adjust your position and it makes easier for the sperm to travel towards ovum. Do not urinate immediately after intercourse.

Hope this helps you out.

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