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Trying to conceive. Had sex. Taking fertomid. What are the chances?

Hello :-) I am on my 7th day taking fertomid, my last day pill coz i started on 3rd day of my period....we had sex last night with my husband....was it early to do so or should we continue to have sex evry other day as we usually do?...
To fall pregnant, are high chances to concieve while on Fertomid in the mornings or evenings?...TX
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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You must do frequent intercourse during your fertile window.
Fertile window is made up of days in your menstrual cycle when pregnancy is possible.
Fertile window is made up of 5 days before ovulation and 1 day of ovulation,making it totally six days.This means that pregnancy is technically possible from intercourse on these six days.
Sperms can survive for five days in cervical mucus and your egg can survive for one day, making it 6 days.

If you have a regular 28-day menstrual cycle,then Count the first day of your period as day one. Your fertile window is likely to be around days 12 to 17. 
You may do intercourse at any time of day or night, and may do it any number of times during your fertile window period.
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