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What are the chances of getting pregnant while drinking?

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Drinking does not affect getting pregnant. In order to get pregnant, a woman must have intercourse. If the males sperm (released after ejaculation) fertilizes the females egg during sex then she can become pregnant. Drinking will not affect conception.

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