Ovulation

What are the chances of a woman getting pregnant during the time of ovulation?

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2005-09-28 22:42:37
2005-09-28 22:42:37

It depends on your age and health. If you are 35 or younger and are healthy, you have a good chance of getting pregnant if you are ovulating & having unprotected sex. You should have luck within 6 months. As you age it gets harder & sometimes takes longer. After a year of no luck, consult a doctor.

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