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    bal1975 posted:
    on my ovulation calendar that i did through web md. its showing that im fertile from the 18- 21. since I didnt have any sex yesterday (thurs)could i still get pregnant by having sex from the 19-21. needs advice.
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    mimi254 responded:
    yes you still can get pregnant because it is stll in tha time frame of 18-21 on the 18 you are alittle fertile on the 19 you are fertile on the 20 you are really fertile and on the 21 you are really, really fertile that's how it goes look on your ovulation calendar on webmd it will tell you hope it helps but i know it did
     
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    iluvkoolaid responded:
    Sure, if the 18-21 are your targeted fertile days then sex any of those days could be successful.


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