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Should I have intercourse with gaps or without gaps during my ovulation cycle? Which technique is more suitable for pregnancy to occur ?

what is the best way to intercousre during ovulation period?with gap or without gap? maryam female 25 yrs old m/s 1.5 yrs infertility due to ovulation problem Hello doctor! I have used 2 cycles of Hmg injections then Hcg for rupture,in first month my egg was 2.1cm and this month 2.5cm. my question is that, when me and my husband contact with each other,means without any gap or one day gap?will sperms quality maintain when doing without any gap for a weak?
Asked On : Wed, 3 Aug 2011
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Welcome to HCM.
Intercourse should be timed around the time of ovulation ie. A day before ovulation, on the day of ovulation and one day after ovulation, provided the ovulation has been documented by follicular growth monitoring on ultrasound scan.
Technical problem involved is that we cannot 100 % predict that ovulation will occur in next 24 hours, the period after ovulation we can be certain of.
Ideal would be to abstain from intercourse till 12th day of period and then have intercourse depending on the follicular growth status, if available.
Continuous intercourse depletes the sperms and the count does get reduced with repeated ejaculation.
Wish you all the best.
Answered: Wed, 3 Aug 2011
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