Okay..I searched around on the internet checkd on the ovulation calc... Figured out that my period start 4 oct..I was fertile 15oct to the 20oct ovu on 18oct... Me and my bf had sex during the fertile time...I havent felt any symptoms... I wanna know what my chances are of concieving... I dont start my period till 4oct... Will some one please give me some advise
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replied October 26th, 2004
Extremely eHealthy
Try getting a blood test. You will get accurate results about a week after you had sex. Good luck!

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gaby
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replied October 26th, 2004
Rolling Eyes thanks so much...
I hate waiting..Thats the worst part... I just wonder are the chances high if I was using the ovulation calendar..Which I know my cycle has got to be normal..Which I think it is... Gosh I just cant wait...
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replied October 27th, 2004
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The chances of conceiving in any given month are 25%, even if you do everything right, and have sex at the exact right time, there is still only a 25% chance of conceiving.

Couples are considered in the normal fertile range even if it takes up to a year to conceive.

I too was very excited my first month of trying, I figured it just had to happen, we'd done everything right, and then I wasnt' pregnant. Then the second month I miscarried, now 2 months after that we're just going to relax and wait and see what happens, if nothing in 6 months i'll go talk to my doctor.

I wish you the best, and hope you can relax and enjoy the process of getting pregnant
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replied November 5th, 2004
I Am Not Patient Too
Hi! I do understand!
I hate waiting and I want to have a baby!
It is so hard, to wait another month if it did not happend!
I am also using ovulation test and I can really feel it when I ovulate.
The day before ovulation is the best day to try to conceive.
Good luck!
Corinna
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