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Want to conceive. Undergoing Follicular study. Taken Folic acid, FMQ tablet. Chances of conception?

hey, I have regular periods of 28 days perfect every month....I tried concieveing last month having intercourse during my fertile period..... i m on folic acid tab for the last one month... last month my periods came 2 days late..... this month doctor has given me FMQ tblets before my ovulation and right now i m on a follicular study..My last month i had a rupture on the 14th day n d size was i have a chance of convieving this month.... if i have intercourse on 11th 13th 14 and 15 day are there chances of concieving?? Regards
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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In the last cycle, your follicle ruptured on 14th day. This time also, your egg is likely to rupture around the same time. You can have sex on alternate days between day 11 till day 17 to have a conception.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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