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dear frnds,mein ne kahin se pregnancy avoid kerne ka ek tareeqa suna ha,socha aap logon se pooch lon k is it possible or not...

so cheez ye ha k mein ne suna ha k ek mard ka sperm 72 hours tak larki ki phudi mein zinda reh sacta,ek larki ki reproductive cycle 28 days ki hote ha,jis k bad ius ko periods hotey han,periods khatam hone k 14th day larki ki ovaries mein se cells nikaltey han jo agar sperm se mil jaye tou conception ho sakte ha,yani k larki pregnant ho sacte ha

muje kisi ne ye mashwara diya tha k agar ek larki jis k periods suppose aaj he khatam huay hon,agar aap ius se within 7 days,unprotected sex karo tou wo pregnant nai hote as sperm siraf 72 hours tak active rehta ha ius k bad useless ho jata ha,so kya ye bat sach ha k unprotected sex after within 5,6 days of periods kerne se larkii pregnant nai ho sacte?

sawal pochne ka maqsad he ha k condom k begair sex ka zara alag maza ha,so i want to avoid condom,khair pls reply kijeye ga

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Dear jahan tak meri maloomat han to us k mutabiq ye theek ha k periods k baad 15 din tak paregnancy easyly ho jati ha is k baad is ka chance na hone k baraber hota ha

mager dear jab ap pregnancy nahi chahty ho to ap condom use karo ya phir ager condome k baghair kerna chahty ho to discharge pussy ki bajay partner k munh me ya boobs me ho jaya karo Kion k Insan jitna bhi Ihteyat se kaam le ly Jab Qudrat chahti ha to kuch bhi ho k Pregnancy ho jati ha .

Condome bhi phat jaty han or periods k 15 din k baad bhi ho sakti ha.

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thanks for your post...

yar ek bat koi bataye muje,kya contraceptive pills jaisay emkit ya i-pills han jo pregnancy ko dilute kerte han,ye medicinces khane k liye larki ki phudi mein semen jana chahiyee male ka?suppose mein unprotected sex keron apne partner k sath,aur discharge bahir karon,lakin to be on safe side,kya mein apne gf ko ye medicine khila sakta hon?ius se iusey kuch hoga tou nai k medicine khaa le ha lakin semen nai tha andar ek b?

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Is Ka Sahi Jawab To Dr Faisal Hi Dain Ge.. Magar Hum Ko School Main Yeh Bataya Geya Tha K There is no safe period for having sex without a condom.. Yeh Catholic Church Ki Taraf Se Accepted Way Tha Birth Control For Married Couples, Magar Yeh Kabhi 100% Kamyab Nahi Raha.. Is Liye Humain Bataya Geya Tha K Is Baat Par Kabhi Yaqeen Na Karen, Ap Is Period Main Sex Kar K Bhi Pregnant Ho Sakti Hain..

Aur Ap K 2nd Sawal Ka Jawab Yeh Hai K Main Doctor Nahi

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Dekho ji Pyara Lulla!

jaisa ke tum nay poocha! to us ka seedha saadha sa jawab to yeh hay ke ...........

jo kuch tum nay suna hay woh bilkul ghalat suna hay. reality is kay bilkul ulat hay. 99% pregnancy period finish honay kay foran baad karnay say hotin hayn. baqi Dr Sahab tum ko sahi guide kar den gayn. mera tajziya to hazir hay baqi auron ki bhi rai le lo.

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thanks l4p and doll....waqai sahe advise tou koi doctor he dey sakta ha,but suna tha mein ne kisi se k ovulation period nam ki koi cheez hote ha,ius mein pata nai sex ker saktay han ya nai,ab yad nai muje,lakin ye yad ha k periods k 14th day walay din ya ius se 2,3 din pehlay ya bad mein sex kerne se bachi pregnant ho sakte ha

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Dear PYARA LULLA... Jahan tak aap ky sawal ka jawab dia jae wo sawal waqai L4P k mutabik ulta hai ....... girls main jaisy he periods khatam hoty hian to sex ki talab bohot ziada hoti hai ye ovulation ki he wajah se hoti hai means OVARIES apny eggs bohot ziada tadad main produce ker rahy hoty hain or pregnancy k chances 99% hoty hain, or days guzarny k sath sath ye chances kam hoty jaty hian 11% per day k hisab se.... or after 9 days ye khatam ho jaty hain ...

Main aap logo ki guide k liye kuch articales or kuch questions and answers send ker raha hun .... plz check.... abut

1.Menstrual Cycle and Ovulation,

2.Common Questions About Being Pregnant

3.Myths & Truths About The Ways Pregnancy Can Occur

4.Oral Contraception (Birth Control Pills)

Han aik bat or jin k pas China k mobiles hain un main b aik aaplication aati hai menstrual chart ya menstrual table k name se us main aap periods ka start ka real time date dalin to wo sab bata daita hai k kis din katam hon gy periods or kis din tak pregency k chances hain wagara wagara sab details hoti hain....

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The Menstrual Cycle and Ovulation

The time of ovulation is one of the most important things a woman should understand about her body since it is the determining factor in getting pregnant and preventing pregnancy. The process can be confusing and somewhat overwhelming when trying to understand. If you still have further questions regarding ovulation, it may be helpful to talk with your health care provider. Being informed on what your body does, can help you feel more in charge of your health.

What Happens During the Menstrual Cycle?

So, what is actually happening inside your body each month? It’s all about hormones. The changes associated with the menstrual cycle are brought on by fluctuations in hormones at different times of the month. Most cycles are 29 days long - a variation of a few days more or less can be quite normal and small variations from cycle to cycle is also normal. Day 1 of bleeding is referred to as Day 1 of the menstrual cycle. The length of the cycle is measured from Day 1 of one cycle (bleed) to Day 1 of the next cycle (bleed)

Ovulation occurs on approximately day 14 of a woman’s cycle and is when a mature egg is released from the ovary, pushed down the fallopian tube and is available to be fertilized. The lining of the uterus has thickened to prepare for a fertilized egg. If no conception occurs, the uterine lining as well as blood will be shed. The shedding of an unfertilized egg and the uterine wall is the time of menstruation. The menstrual cycle can be divided into the following parts: the ovarian cycle and the uterine cycle.

Ovarian Cycle

The ovarian cycle involves changes in the ovaries, and can be further divided into two phases:

Phase 1

The follicular phase (days 1 through 13) is the time from the first day of menstruation until ovulation, when a mature egg is released from the ovary. It's called the follicular phase because growth or maturation of the egg is taking place inside the follicle, a small sac where the egg matures. Ovulation occurs around day 14 of the cycle, in response to a surge of luteinizing hormone (LH) when the egg is released from the ovary. This first half of the cycle can differ greatly for each woman lasting anywhere from 7 days until 40 days.

Phase 2

The luteal phase (days 14 through 28) is the time from when the egg is released (ovulation) until the first day of menstruation, when you get your period. It is a structure that grows in the ovary where a mature egg was released at ovulation. The luteal phase has a more precise timeline and usually is only 12-16 days from the day of ovulation. This ultimately means that the day of ovulation will determine how long your cycle is.

Stress and Your Period

The old thought that stress can affect your period is only partly true. Stress can affect your ovulation which ultimately determines when your period will come, but stress around the time of an expected period will not make it late—it was already determined when it would come 12-16 days earlier!

Important Facts to Know About Ovulation:

An egg (ovum) lives 12-24 hours after leaving the ovary

Normally only one egg is released each time of ovulation

Ovulation can be affected by stress, illness or disruption of normal routines

Some women may experience some light blood spotting during ovulation

Implantation of a fertilized egg normally takes place 6-12 days after ovulation

Each women is born with millions of immature eggs that are awaiting ovulation to begin

A menstrual period can occur even if ovulation has not occurred

Ovulation can occur even if a menstrual period has not occurred

Some women can feel a bit of pain or aching, near the ovaries during ovulation. This is called "mittleschmerz"

If an egg is not fertilized, it disintegrates and is absorbed into the uterine lining

Sperm can live in a woman's body up to 5 days after intercourse, though more often 2 days.

Pregnancy is most likely if intercourse occurs anywhere from 3 days before ovulation until 2-3 days after ovulation.

Uterine Cycle

The uterine cycle involves changes in the uterus. It occurs in tandem with the ovarian cycle, and is divided into two phases:

The proliferative phase (days 5 through 14) is the time after menstruation and before the next ovulation, when the lining of the uterus increases rapidly in thickness and the uterine glands multiply and grow.

The secretory phase (days 14 through 28) is the time after ovulation. When an egg is not fertilized, the corpus luteum gradually disappears, estrogen and progesterone (hormone) levels drop, and the thickened uterine lining is shed. This is your menses (your period).

When are you the most fertile?

A woman's monthly cycle is measured from the first day of her menstrual period until the first day of her next period. On average, a woman's cycle normally is between 28-32 days, but some women may have much shorter cycles or much longer ones. Ovulation can be calculated by starting with the day the last menstrual period (LMP) starts or by calculating 12-16 days from the next expected period. Most women ovulate anywhere between Day 11 - Day 21 of their cycle, counting from the first day of the LMP. This is what many refer to as the "fertile time" of a woman's cycle, because sexual intercourse during this time increases the chance of pregnancy. Ovulation can occur at various times during a cycle, and may occur on a different day each month.

How can tracking your ovulation be useful?

Tracking ovulation can help a woman get a better idea of when pregnancy can and can not occur during her monthly cycle Fertility Awareness is one way to track when ovulation occurs and it includes studying the changes in cervical mucus and using a basal thermometer. Cervical fluid will change to a wet, slippery substance that resembles "egg whites" just before ovulation occurs and until ovulation is over. A thermometer helps track a body temperature rise, which signals that ovulation has just occurred. Another way to track ovulation is through ovulation kits and fertility monitors.. Once ovulation has occurred, there is nothing you can do to increase your chances of pregnancy. Your next step is to begin watching for early pregnancy symptoms.

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Creamy.....apne article ko ghor se parho.....aap mere bat ko he support ker rahay ho.....aap ne jo articles diye han,wo b yehi keh rahay han k periods khatam hone k 14th day k

Ovulation occurs on approximately day 14 of a woman’s cycle and is when a mature egg is released from the ovary, pushed down the fallopian tube and is available to be fertilized

and here as well

o ovulation start hote ha,so iss doran sex se u r most likely to get pregnant

just go thorugh ur article here

Most women ovulate anywhere between Day 11 - Day 21 of their cycle, counting from the first day of the LMP. This is what many refer to as the "fertile time" of a woman's cycle, because sexual intercourse during this time increases the chance of pregnancy. "

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yar ik desi tootka ha k after sex larki ko paon k bal betha do means jaisy app pee karne beth'ty ho..... wo pregnant nai hogi ye sab se aasan aur aazmoda tareqa ha unprotected sex k liye.... q k village k main condoms aur i-pills nai milty....... so ahem ahem

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