11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My mother in law is saying that 20 days after sex will not be included in pregnancy... is this correct????

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Answer: Hi! No its incorrect, generally the timing of fertilisation is not known to anyone thats why the the first date of your last period is considered aa the conception day till the time of USG. Hence if we leave the 20 days after intercourse the entire calculation will be incorrect. Good luck!
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