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    Trying to Conceive
    An_243634 posted:
    Question for anyone!!! Confused about the ovulation calculator. Some say one thing some say. According to mine, my high fertility day was the 12th. We had intercourse on the 8th and again on the 12th. How likely am I to get preggers??
    Desperatley wanting it to happen!!
    An_244097 responded:
    Your timing was good if you ovulated on the 12th and had intercourse that day. So you have a good chance. Just remember, just because you had the timing down, doesn't mean it will happen right away. Just relax, enjoy your 2ww (2 week wait) and if your period doesn't show on time, take a home pregnancy test with first morning urine to see. Baby dust to you!!

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