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Is it necessary to bleed during intercourse to get pregnant ?

i hv got 5 months of marige. But blood nt come out during sex. I want to pragnent. So its important to get bleeding fr being pragnent? mere mrrge ko 5 months hue h. Bt sex krte time kbh bh bleeding ni hui to kya m pragnent ho sakte hu. M pragnent hona chahte hu or hmne kuch bh use ni kiya fr bh ab tk m pragnent ni ho pa rhe hu?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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Hi, Welcome to Healthcare Magic Forum,
It is not necessary that bleeding should happen, every time you have sex for pregnancy to happen. You have not mentioned if your periods are regular. If your periods are irregular you should get yourself examined by a Gynecologist to rule out Hypothyroidism and PCOS. A Ultrasound scan and Blood test will confirm it. You may also need to get your husband's semen analysis done. If your periods are regular, have sex regularly every alternate day from 10th to 20th day of your cycle. All the Best. Take Care.
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