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While I am on clomid/letrozol. During which period should I join with my husband. ?? Percentage of conceiving??
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Keep regular relationship will help you.
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10-20 days of the cycle (preferably) Thrice a week can also do. Ovulation Induction can be maximum tried for 4-6 cycles,so if in one cycle you are not getting result don't be disheartened
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From day 10-20 in women down position with two pillows bellow your buttocks and sleep in the same position for 8 hours at bedtime to avoid semen trickledown Use washroom before joining and don’t use wash room for 8 hours after joining to avoid semen trickledown
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Avoid lifting weights and stress Avoid papaya and pineapple
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Considering yr cycles starting from 1st day of menses! Ovulation usually occurs between 8-17th day of cycles. So u can have relations I. These days to have increased frequency of conception with maximum chnaces in 12-15 days.
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