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Hi there guys,
Just a general question, how likely would it be to get pregnant just after stopping your period? Say about 2 days?
I had protected sex with my boyfriend using a condom and took the morning after pill, but I was just so wondering.

Also, what can an IUD coil do to your period? I was thinking about getting one.

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To be able to make these kinds of predictions about your fertility, you would need to chart your periods. Without that information, neither you nor I can say how fertile you are at any given point.

Here is some info on the IUD: Intrauterine Devices (IUD, IUC or IUS)

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