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When are the safe periods to have unprotected sex ?

Hi, We are two months old married couple If we want to do sex without any protection then when is the best time within my wife s period cycle when there will be no chance of getting pregnant even i drop semen inside her. Please ans my question, i will be thankful to you.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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If your partners periods are regular, ovulation days can be determined by calculation method of family planning. Alternatively basal body temperature recorded everyday can be used to determine ovulation days.
Unprotected sexual intercourse without during the days of ovulation are most likely to be fruitful. Avoid unprotected intercourse during these days.
If you are unable to determine your partner's ovulation days, then in general unprotected sexual intercourse during period days and few days before and after periods are least likely to cause pregnancy.
Hope it is clear to you.
Answered: Fri, 18 Feb 2011
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