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"good afternoon docs in the house. Is it possible for constant sex to prevent conception and force my period out even when I know I had sex on my fertile and ovulation days and I ought to get pregnant? "

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    A 26 years year old female asked:
    2 years ago
    good afternoon docs in the house. Is it possible for constant sex to prevent conception and force my period out even when I know I had sex on my fertile and ovulation days and I ought to get pregnant?
    Dr. OLUWAFISAYO FAITH F answered:
    2 years ago
    good afternoon. I Don't seem to understand your your question. constant sex to prevent conception. barriers methods such as condoms and oral contraceptives can prevent conception. can you please elaborate on your question with more clarity.pls. we are here to answer your questions.
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    A 26 years year old female asked:
    2 years ago
    I mean, I was having signs of pregnancy last week, and this morning, I saw my period which is supposed to be due on 9th or 10th of june. I want to if it is possible that the constant sex av been having could have prevented me or stopped the conception cos am sure I had sex on my ovulation day and am supposed to get pregnant.
    Dr. OLUWAFISAYO FAITH F answered:
    2 years ago
    So sorry about that. Only in the third trimester I Mean the third part of pregnant period that is wen sex can be a problem cos it can lead to preterm contraction. it's is not likely that you having sex would 've affected if you were pregnant. a pregnancy test could 've. been done when started noticing those pregnancy signs. it's is very also possible that your period could 've come so early. today is 6th. I want to reassure you sex won't affect early pregnancy. have I done justice to your question ma?
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    A 26 years year old female asked:
    2 years ago
    yes you have. thanks alot. I guess I just paid so much attention to it cos of my desperation. I now believe that it could have also been the signs of my period that I was feeling and not that of pregnancy cos I heard that they are similar.
    Dr. OLUWAFISAYO FAITH F answered:
    2 years ago
    oh. So sorry about that. please try and avoid being too anxious about it. take your time. Know your fertile period. and at least having sex 3 times a week isn't too bad to get pregnant if your partner is around. I wish you all the best. and Don t forget to let us know how you are doing on kangpe healthcare. do 've a great day. shalom
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