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    OVULATION AND PREGNANCY PLANNING
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    An_250092 posted:
    I started my menstrual cycle on the 12th of this month. I took an ovulation test today (the 25th) and it was positive. My fiance and I have had intercourse once so far today... I am wondering how often we should have sex while I'm ovulating?... And what are my chances of getting pregnant in the next couple days??
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    Tracy0851 responded:
    Have sex everyday for the next 3-4 days. Your chances sound high! Good luck. Keep us updated.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Actually, you should have sex every other day that way your DF's sperm will have a chance to build up again. Sperm can live up to 5 days under the right conditions so if you have sex today and you ovulate tomorrow, the sperm will still be there.
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