A 20-year-old female asked:
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trying to get pregnant with not a normal period, how high are my chances? and tips are trying to get pregnant, thank you.

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Dr. Benjamin Akintan
27 years experience Family Medicine
Basal thermometer: There are other ways to know when you are ovulating. Menstrual period is usually just the most common and easiest. Get a basal thermometer. Then chart your body temp from 1 period to the next. Also note the presence and thickness of your vaginal fluid/mucus. This will give you pretty good idea of when you're ovulating and you can plan intercourse accordingly.
Answered on May 22, 2014
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