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Pregnancy And Conception

Pregnancy is the physiological state in which a woman carries a developing fetus within her uterus, usually lasting around 40 weeks from the last menstrual period. Conception is when a sperm fertilizes an egg, forming a zygote that will eventually develop into an embryo. Pregnancy occurs when the fertilized egg sets itself in the uterus lining and begins to grow and develop. Fertility and conception can be influenced by various factors such as age, health status, and lifestyle choices such as diet, exercise, and smoking.

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We are planning a baby. What is the right time to have sex?

Query: Hello doctor, As we are planning for a baby. I want to know what is the right time to have sex, and when is a high chance of getting pregnant?  Read Full »

Dr. Arjun Chaudhari

Answer: Hello, Welcome to If one wants to conceive then the intercourse must be near the ovulation date. But it is not possible to find the exact ovulation date at home. There are lots of tests available with up to 98 % accuracy. The best and most effective method is to have intercourse by co...  Read Full »

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