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Intercourse During Follicular Study
I started menstruating on 13th. Should 13th be counted as day 1 for follicular study or 14th as day 1? When should I have an intercourse to conceive?
Day 1=menses day 1: Since you started menstruating on the 13th, this first day of menstrual bleeding is usually regarded as the first day of your cycle. Your fertile days (which are your best days to have sexual vaginal intercourse with a fertile man) are usually 1 to 3 before you ovulate to 1 1/2 day after ovulation. Ask your Gyn or pharmacist what are best methods to determine your monthly ovulation/fertile days ...Read more
I had my follicular study done? My follicle ruptured on 26 th july I had intercourse on 25th 27th and 31st? What are possibility of concieving?
Ovulation: This health app is a revolution that may change the world. Millions of women, it appears, do not know the simple basic facts about fertility. You can only get pregnant when you ovulate. This means that semen has to be present when the follicle spits out the fresh egg. That means yes, you could possibly have gotten pregnant from the intercourse on the 25th. But the other days were too late. ...Read more
Can I know the father of my kid with out paternity test. Follicular study showed ovulation on 26th I had intercourse in 25th 27 and thn 30 with other?
Nope, not me.: Your encounters were too close together for me to speculate with absolute certainty. ...Read more
I have follicular cyst and today after intercourse I had pelvic pain that disappeared after 10minutes, but during intercourse had no pain, what's cause?
Could be: It could be that the cyst ruptured (you ovulated). ...Read more
If follicular ruptures on 26th and the intercourse was donr on 25th, 27th and30th. So possibility of being pregnant is on which date.
Same donor, right?: As always, a woman has to separate different men be at least 2 weeks, to avoid questions about paternity. The 30th is perhaps too far away, but these days are too close to call, and it doesn't matter anyway because any predicted calendar date is just an estimate. For example, if one predicted the 27th as when egg met sperm, it could still could have happened on the 26th or 28th. ...Read more
Lubrication: There are several approved vaginal lubrication products you could use. Vaginal secretions otherwise can be caused when highly stimulated, so if you are not too stimulated, you may try discussing other options with your partner with foreplay, etc. Best wishes. ...Read more
So varied: There are a wide variety of conditions - physical, hormonal, and psychological - that can result in painful intercourse. Because there are so many, the best plan is to meet with your physician or gynecologist to discuss the exact nature of the pain in order to determine the best course of treatment. ...Read more
Pain: Many causes, need pelvic examination and evaluation. ...Read more
Not really: There are couple conditions that could explain this sensation of ripping, one vulvodynia and another skin condition called lichen sclerosis. Vaginitis could also cause this tearing sensation. The vula and vagina are very forgiving organs and usually conform to the partners organ. ...Read more
Menopause: You very well may not be able to naturally make the lubrication needed for intercourse given your age. There are two options, one is an estrogen cream that can soften the tissue and help the glands. And, the other is to add extra lubrication prior to penetration. ...Read more
Relaxation technique: Relaxation techniques have been helpful for reducing tension. One can get recordings, read books or download apps here or other places on the internet that will teach you how to relax. If you have performance anxiety about sex, you may want to see a sex therapist or cognitive-behavior therapist for help. ...Read more
Unknown: To occasionally have a bit of spotting with intercourse may not mean anything bad. If it happens every time or if it is heavy then you should see your gynecologist. You could have a cervical infection, polyps, yeast, or dysplasia. An exam should be quick an easy to disclose the cause. ...Read more
See your gyn: It may be normal, but it may not be! See your doctor, get an exam and explain what is going on - do not let this go. ...Read more
See your doctor: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Varies: Everyone experiences pain differently. For some it may feel like cramping, others sharp or stabbing pains and yet others may feel a burning sensation. You can reduce this by teaching your partner to avoid deep penetration. The outer third of the penis and vagina are the most sensitive, so deep insertion isn't needed and for you is painful. ...Read more
No such product: There is no such product or process. If you are sexually stimulated then you have natural lubrication. If this is not enough, as in many females, lubrication is added. ...Read more
Is this your concern? Premature ejaculation?
If so, this is a difficult problem with no easy solution. Some men may be helped by SSRI anti-depressant medication. Viagra (sildenafil) and similar drugs may help prolong erection after ejaculation and/or allow "another go". Sex therapists may also be of help. ...Read more
Normal bodily fluids: The secretion of various fluids can cause a temporary change in the 'aroma' of the area in question. If the odor is fishy or foul, please see a gyn md for assessment for a possible vaginal infection. ...Read more
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