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4 Months And Still Not Pregnant
I been TTC for the past 7 months, I been having regular cycles for the past 4 months and still not pregnant, how long it takes to ovulate again?
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I am ttc for almost 4 month but still not pregnant. We have love before and on my ovulation day.. It is means me and my spouse have problem to get bb?
Not long enough time: Hi! you probably just need more time to conceive. Most doctors dont become concerned unless you have been trying for over a year without success. If you have tried for a year with no results, then you should consult your doctor. Dr brown. ...Read more
Can you have a regular, heavy period with cramping for 4 months on time and still be pregnant? Or is my period just late this month? Please help!
No: Please see your obgyn for a workup, u can get a blood preg test to see if u are or are not pregnant now. ...Read more
Was on lo loestrin FE for about a year, got a light period month after, then 4 months still no period, not pregnant, will my always reg period return?
Be aware...: I have learned 'never say never in medicine!' if you are taking your testosterone very regularly, and have stopped bleeding, you are highly unlikely to get pregnant. However, I have seen folks who stop testosterone for a while - or run out, and may have bleeding recur. Taking safe sex precautions will reduce pregnancy risk. If a pregnancy is desired, talk to your doctor soon. Lgromkomd. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could this be why I am not pregnant? For almost 2 years my doctor had me taking continuous birth control to stop period and help with hormone imbalance. I have been off birth control completely for about 4 months now and am still not pregnant. Could tak
I : I don't believe that the birth control were the cause of your current situation, but I do think they were "hiding" the underlying problem that you and your doctor were treating in the first place. I think you are correct that the problem then was "hormonal imbalance". The pill is effective at controlling symptoms, but does not correct this imbalance at its root cause. It is true that fertility varies during the month. Your most fertile days, assuming you have a regular 28-day cycle, are approximately days 10 to 14. (this assumes that you ovulate on about day 14.) when you ovulate, the egg does not last very long; in contrast, sperm can hang around in the vagina for up to a week, which is why the days before the egg is released can lead to pregnancy. Whether to get further hormonal evaluation at this time depends on several things, including your age, whether you are overweight, and whether your cycles are regular. If your body is at a healthy weight, and another hormonal imbalance is present, i recommend treatment with bioidentical hormone therapy, which even in low doses can enhance fertility. ...Read more
I think i miscarried at six weeks but i only bled for four days.. How would i know if i was still pregnant.
See Dr.: You need to see a dr. And get routine periodic evaluations which may include blood work such as "quantative b-hcg test" which can serially give a number, allowing the dr to know if he levels are decreasing, etc. You also want to assure you have a vaginal exam to see if you indeed did miscarriage and if any further medical treatment would be required. Best wishes. ...Read more
For the past month I've been having all of the pregnancy symptoms. I've taken four tests and theyve all been negative. Could i still be pregnant?
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