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By Anonymous February 18, 2010 - 5:11am
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I am on my running 32 and trying to get pregnant from 2mon before i.e. Dec 09,but our both trial got failed and I had my period on time.This mon we are doing intercourse in the interval of 1day. My periods are quite regular like in Nov 30th thn Dec it was on 25th thn on Jan 23rd.So even though this mon we had such frequent sex then only I am started feeling early symptom of my periods(sensation in uterus etc).

So Plz suggest wots wrong r we doing?? Is that my age or I am not understanding cycle theory correctly(Jan 23rd was day 1 of my cycle??). Please do reply.

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Thank You so much Rosa for help and suggestion :)

February 22, 2010 - 6:33am

Dear Anon,

I'm sorry to hear your frustration with trying to conceive. I hope I can help you out here...

According to your last menstrual cycles, you have a period cycle around 26-28 days, ovulation for a woman with a 28 day cycle will normally occur within 14 days of your last period. So, for example, if your last menstrual period was Jan 23rd-- on Feb 6th you would be at your ovulation peak. In your case, you may actually ovulate a little earlier since your last cycle was 26 days long--give or take 1-2 days.

So, I would suggest focusing on sex between days 12-15 after the first day of your period. Try not to make sex a chore, but enjoy it. Stressing out over something as conceiving a child is easy to do but can certainly interfere with conception. Personally, what my husband and I did was change out state of mind from "trying to have a baby" to enjoying our sex life and if we got pregnant, great!

Good luck and definitely keep us posted!

February 19, 2010 - 6:53am
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Period start this mon too :(...thx for no suggestion/comments..noting help..

February 19, 2010 - 4:44am
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