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What are the chances of conception?

Hello, I need help I had a D&C on April. I am trying to concieve again but it hasn't happen. After the D&C I starter to get my menstral on May 12 for about 4 days, June 8 for about 5 days, July 6 for about 5 days, August 6 for about 6 days then on September 2 for about 5 days. I had sex on September 1, 9, 14, 17, 24,25. Is there any way I could be pregnant I'm very anxious to know. But I don't want to take a pregnancy test because I wouldn't want to see a negative I'd be dissapointed. I'm so anxious that I want to know before my expected menstrual day appears. Do you think I may be pregnant what are the percentage? Please help! Any Tips that can help me and my partner concieve?
Thu, 7 Jul 2016
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hi,
Welcome to Healthcare Magic.
I am Dr Ramadevi Wani. I will be answering your concerns today.

Relax. You will conceive. Stress has negative impact on conception. Among women trying for pregnancy about 80% of them conceive during the first year and 90% of them conceive by the end of second year. This is for your information.
You have conceived recently. This is a good sign. It means that there is no apparent fertility problem.
Among women trying for pregnancy 20-25% of them conceive in one menstrual cycle. If you wish to know whether you are pregnant, you need to do pregnancy test a day or two before the due date.

I suggest you try for conception naturally until April. To increase your chances of conception maintain normal BMI, quit smoking ( if you're a smoker) and have intercourse at least three to four times in a week.
Take a tablet of folic acid daily.

If you do not conceive by then, you can consult infertility specialist and do baseline hormone investigations, HSG and semen analysis for your husband. The results will help in planning further treatment.

I hope this is helpful.
If you have any further concerns do contact me through Healthcare Magic.
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