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Trying to cincieve since 6 months. Married since 3 years. I have had irregulars periods after my marriage. This month doc gave me CCQ 100 ovulation tablet n the scan went fine saying I have ovulated. Now my period is due on Dec 15 . I'm getting cramps in my left lower abdomen since 2 weeks. Doc said it's due to ovulation so will stay for few time but it has continued badly. I took blood hcg test today and it came negative. What are the chances??
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A woman gets pregnant around the days when ovulation occurs. The average time of ovulation is the 14th day of an average length (28 day) menstrual cycle. Ovulation time vary for each individual, and can occur from 12th to 19th day of the cycle . Sperm can live up to 3 to 5 days in a woman's reproductive tract, so it is possible to become pregnant if unprotected sex occurs 5 days before ovulation. The life span of the typical egg is relatively short, only around 24 hours. If fertilization does not occur within that time frame, the egg will die...so if you have sexual intercourse during that period chances are pretty good...if you miss period go for home pregnancy test..for further assistance Consult gynaecologist.
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