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Trying to concieve. Had unprotected sex. Had short period. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi doc.. My husband and i are trying to conceive for 2nd baby.. And due to my condition i had a irregular period.. My last period was on nov 18 and last for 6 days.. And as for on dec no period.. But this jan we recently had sex on fri 25 and the next day i come period but last for 2 days only.. Please give me some advice.. I read a lot of experience tht others have occurs.. Some say highly chances pregnant and probably no... Need some advice from u..
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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you certainly have chances of conception. It would be a n ideal situation for you to do a proper pregnancy test. Depending on other signs and symptoms, an ultrasound can be asked. However, the fact that you already have a child is an indication you can have another. A proper consultation with a gynecologist or an infertility specialist had aid in proper assessment of your chances of getting the baby and advice on your sexual life to increase chances if need be.
I do not feel you need to worry and meeting an infertility specialist is my suggestion.
Hope this helps,
Luchuo, MD/
Answered: Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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