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A 43-year-old member asked:

How much time does it usually take to get pregnant?

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Dr. Charles Whiting
Obstetrics and Gynecology 27 years experience
Depends on Age: The chance of pregnancy in any given month in a young, healthy, fertile women is 20% - 25% per month. At age 43, odds are quite a bit lower, around 9% per month. If you want to get pregnant at age 43, I would consider seeing an Ob/Gyn or Reproductive Endocrinologist because time is not in your favor. Best wishes!

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How much time will it take me to get pregnant after depo?

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3-12 months: usually between 3-12 months; once your periods become regular
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How long does it usually take to get pregnant?

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Depends : This depends on your age and medical issues. Many get pregnant the first time they have sex. Others will try for months. Others will eventually need fertility help by a specialist.
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How much time it takes to get pregnant for the frist time and wats the best time to get prego?

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1 year: If a couple trying to conceive having intercourse as they feel like having has not achieved pregnancy within a year, it is time to look into the cause(s).
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How long does it usually take to get pregnant after a tubal reversal?

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A 50-year-old member asked:

How much time will it take me to become pregnant after coming off depo?

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Dr. David Jones
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Quite variable: The time between coming off Depo-Provera and resuming normal ovulation can be highly variable. Some women will start ovulating 3-4 months after a shot. Others can take a year. At your age, you also need to consider the possibility that you may be peri-menopausal, which would make ovulations less regular.

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