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Trying to conceive. Period regular, negative PT. Fertility of father in question?

My partner and I are trying to conceive. We started 2 months ago. My periods are always regular, and the first month we tried, my period came 10 days early, negative PT. After that period we were trying again, we have sex regularly 3-4 times per week, and did this unprotected all last month, however my period has arrived again, spot on to the new date from last month. How can I have 4 weeks unprotected sex and not be pregnant? I know its only been two months, but I m 25, regular with periods, and this is the first time I m having unprotected sex. My partner has already fathered a 2 year old from a previous relationship? Is my fertility in question, or is this normal?
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
You have to do unprotected sex around ovulation time for highest possibility of pregnancy in regular period and not the whole month.Use ovulation prediction kit (OVP) for timing of ovulation and prepare for those days.
Actually ovulation occurs approx 14 days prior to due date of period and have to sex 3-5 days in that time.
Also you may undergo for some investigation to rule out causes of early period like stress,hormonal imbalance,thyroid disorder,wt gain/loss etc. So consult with your gynecologist and take suggestive measures.
Avoid stress,take healthy diet with Vit-E & Folic acid supplements,control body wt and proper sleep.
Be well.
Answered: Thu, 28 Jan 2016
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