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What are the chances of pregnancy if one has unprotected sex a day before ovulation ?

Hello. I Had unprotected sex with my boyfriend a day before my ovulation can I get pregnant? How much of a percent is there ?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Apr 2011
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Ovulation is the most fertile period in a menstrual cycle .The most fertile period is from 10th -21st day of a normal 28 day menstrual cycle;so if you have sex during this period then there are high chances of getting pregnant.As far as the percentage you asked it is difficult to say.Now the mistake is committed only thing is to wait & watch till the date of your regular period if it is delayed you can get a pregnancy test done.If it is negative fine ;but if it is positive you can consult a Gynaec for further opinion.But next time please don't do unprotected sex;try be safe.
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