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A 20-year-old female asked:

me & my fiace had unprotected sex the day before ovulation then unprotected sex the next day on ovulation day. chances of getting pregnant are?

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Dr. Peter Horvath
Fertility Medicine 39 years experience
Depends on testing: If your fiance has normal sperm and your fallopian tubes are open, and there are no other issues, then at your age the chance of pregnancy is quite high... Perhaps 35-40%. But if there are other issues such as those mentioned, the rates could be very low. Best to see a fertility specialist if you have tried like that for > 6 months.

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