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An_217791 posted:
ok, me and my hubby had sex last night (around 1030pm) and i tested today around (130 pm) for ovulation and it came back positive...what are the chances of getting pregnant by havin sex that much before a positive ovulation test, also would it increase our chances if we were to do it again tonight?
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JennMactastic responded:
Sperm can survive in your body for several days, so the chances are very good that you could become pregnant if you had sex yesterday and ovulated today. I am not sure if it would help your chances if you had sex again tonight; if you've already ovulated, it won't make a difference. Good luck, hope to see you back here w/a BFP in a few weeks
Jenn (27) and James (30) expecting our third 4/1/2011! We already have 2 DS's (ages 4 and 2)...so we're rooting for a girl this time!
 
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chaquita1230 responded:
Don't have sex today, have it tomorrow when his sperm count is back up. Like have it in the am before your day gets started. Between yesterday and tomrrow morning shoul dgive you a great chance of getting PG. goodluck.
Darcy(35),DH(39) DS(5), DD(4),
 
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TTomlin09 responded:
I ovulated mid-day Saturday, August 28 and we had sex that Sunday night...and we are pregnant! Good luck! I hop this is your month


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