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Liquid comes out after intercourse
After 6 hours of intercourse also liquid of sperm comes out from vagina. Does the sperm comes out? after how many days of intercourse will I understand that I am pregnant ?
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No its not like that. You can get pregnant.
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Reach Practo profile for further assistance. Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.
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Stay in missionary style and keep pillow under
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UPT check out after u miss periods
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Hi, Ideally after having an intercourse approximately 4-5 days after you miss your periods you should get the pregnancy tests done. For further guidance and assistance feel free to reach out.
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You can use pillow while act   not to worrie even if liquid comes out.  You can think of pregnancy  after your period is missed
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Take proper counselling..
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for further information consult me privately
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Get upt done after you miss your period Dr Dyuti Navadia MBBS DNB (Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
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