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Can I be pregnant (we're trying)
My boyfriend and I have been trying to get pregnant for two months now. I keep having my period though. I do not keep track of ovulation nor am I on any contraceptives. We had unprotected sex Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday yet; I started my period Saturday morning. I don't want to over think I may not be-- because we're seriously trying.
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on a 28 day cycle you usually ovulate on day 13-15 after the first day of your period so if you had sex around those days there is a good chance you may be
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momma770 makes a good point...keep track of your ovulation schedule and you should be more fertile during then and are most likely to become pregnant...
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If you had you period you probably aren't but like the other two mentioned keeping track of your ovulation is the best idea. You can google them online and make one for free. Some will tell you when the best days are to have sex, and when you are fertile. Good luck
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Dnt worry me and my boyfriend was trying to get pregnant for over 4months till we gave up then I got pregnant and lost it so you will get pregnant it just takes time
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