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When should we have sex? Before or after period? Use a condom?

can you please say.,, which is the best time of having sexual intercourse., iam 19 yrs of age... ihave my periods during 4th to 17th day of the month... everything is normal... i want to know., which is the best tym., before the periods , during the periods or after my periods is it safe to have sex..?? ofcourse ,, my boyfriend will be using a condom.,, but still , i want to know.. i am still a virgin .. thank you..
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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Thanks for your Query,
I think you are asking about safe sex means safe for not being pregnant.during the period intercourse is the safest gets no pregnancy during that 4 days periods.
Usually in a regular cycle of 28 days ovulation takes place on 14th day so you should avoid sex during middle 10 days of for example you have a period on 1st of july you should avoid doing sex from 10th of july to 20 th of july.
This method works only in 28 day's regular cycle.
Answered: Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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