Planning for pregnancy

Question: Hi, having physical relationship after fertile period will impact the chances of getting pregnancy?

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Answer: Chance of pregnancy is positive in doing sex in fertile period
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    monisha ragupathi114 days ago


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    monisha ragupathi113 days ago

    Hi swati,. I usually have regular period. My last period date is jan 30th but this month still i not went to my period cycle. Is there any chance of getting pregnant?

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