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I never had fertile cervical fluid! I got it the 30th for the first time! It was a ton of ewcm and it was on cd 15. I had intercourse on the 25th(cd10) and will most likely have intercourse on the 5th (cd20)when the hubby gets home! What are my chances of conceiving? If I have cm for one day does that narrow my fertility window???


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replied May 1st, 2014
Infertility Answer A46991
Hi, and thanks for your query on eHealth forum!

If you had intercourse on CD10 and then had ovulation around CD15, then there is some chance of pregnancy as sperms can remain viable for 4-5 days. However, intercourse on CD 20 may not help as ovum lives maximum up to 48 hours. Cervical mucus consistency is not the best way to judge ovulation. It is best to do it through an ovulation prediction kit. Please consult your gynecologist regarding this. Hope this helps. Take care!


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