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Trying to conceive. Had intercourse before and after periods. What are the chances of getting pregnant?

My husband and I are trying to become pregnant. My period came on Dec.27th but we had sex 4 days prior. And also Dec.28th, no Dec Dec.30th but we did have sex Jan.1st till Jan. 5th. According to charts my fertile days was the 5th & 6th and I started ovulating the 10th. Today makes the 4th day past ovulation and I have been receiving white milky discharge . I was wondering what are my chances and when should we have sex to conceive.
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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In a normal 28-30 day cycle, ovulation occurs around 14-16 days. Since the ovum remains viable for 24 hours after ovulation and sperms have a relatively better viability, intercourse around this period stands a very good chance of conception. The fertile period, as this is called falls around the 11-18 days of the cycle. Milky white discharge often is seen in the post-ovulatory phase of the cycle as well as in early conception period. Please get further instructions from your doctor. Take care.
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