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  1. Hello Kanika
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    There is a good chance that you could get pregnant nearly any time that you engage in sexual intercourse without using an effective birth control.
    Pregnancy usually occurs around the ovulation period, the time when your ovary releases egg in the fallopian tube. If you are having regular periods, ovulation will take place in the middle of your cycle. Ovulation usually happens midway between the first-day of 2 consecutive periods, it can vary from the eight day to the twentieth day of a 28-day cycle.

    You are more likely to conceive if you have unprotected sex during the middle 2 weeks of your cycle. The time varies, but usually it occurs on 14th day. You will have the highest risk of pregnancy by having unprotected sex one or two days before your ovulation starts, when the ovary releases the egg. This is a 30% chance. The risk of having unprotected sex and getting pregnant three days prior to ovulation is 15%. You have a 12% chance on the ovulation day.