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Hello, actually am pregnant but i want to know when i did conceive. on 04/12/12 my baby was around 5-6mm and had a heart beat. my last period was 17/10/12 and had unprotected intercourse on 23 and 24 and 28 october... actually i had always thought people ovulate on the 14th, so when did i conceive then...
 
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Old 12-13-12, 04:09 PM
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Most(not all) women ovulate between 12-16 days after the first day of your last period. It can vary and some ovulate as early as 8 days and as late as 18 days.

You may not be able pinpoint the EXACT day of conception but if you had been tracking ovulation and your periods you can make an educated guess.
For example my LMP was June 29 and I know my cycle is approximately 29 days long and we had sex on July 12 &18 so I know we cocieved in betwen the 12th and 19th.

Sperm CAN potentially live up to 72 hours in utero but the egg only lives 24 hours once released so timing is important.
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Most(not all) women ovulate between 12-16 days after the first day of your last period. It can vary and some ovulate as early as 8 days and as late as 18 days.

You may not be able pinpoint the EXACT day of conception but if you had been tracking ovulation and your periods you can make an educated guess.
For example my LMP was June 29 and I know my cycle is approximately 29 days long and we had sex on July 12 &18 so I know we concieved in betwen the 12th and 19th.

Sperm CAN potentially live up to 72 hours in utero but the egg only lives 24 hours once released so timing is important.
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