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trying to get pregnant
can somone please help me and explain, is it 12 days after the 1st day of your period when you are more likly to get pregnant? i had a misscarrige 2 months ago and have dad 1 normal period and due on again in 6 days. im desparate to be pregnant, whats the quickest way. it took me 6 months before and i lost it. please help
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Have sex everyday twice a day. Only way you'll know 100% you hit on of the days. And even then doesn't mean you will get PG.
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actually that is wrong, to have sex everyday twice a day. the best way to get pregnant is to have sex once every 48 hours. a man should not ejaculate more than once in 48 hours because ejaculating more often actually brings their sperm count down. But, the man needs to ejaculate once every 2-3 days. go to this website and it gives you good advice.


http://www.whereincity.com/medica /topic/ pregnancy/articles/29.htm

this is written by a doctor.
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