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Can I Get Pregnant At 53 Years Old
Yes: 35 years of age does not preclude pregnancy. It may be slightly more difficult to become pregnant. Allow six months of trying and then seek help if no other medical issues are present. Also if the ovulation and menstrual cycles are regular then the six-month interval is reasonable. If the menstrual cycles are irregular then seek help much sooner. ...Read moreCall on a doctor for a more personalized answer ›
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If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
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I was a midlife mom!: Everyone is different. I will just share my experiences. Prior to proceeding i did years of homework and soul-searching. I also put away a lot of money and vacation time. But once i started i never looked back. Yes, i faced fertility challenges. And pregnancy complications. And then major lifestyle changes for my preemie. However one has a baby, that child brings joy to the family for a lifetime. ...Read moreCall on a doctor for a more personalized answer ›
No: Ask your general doctor for exam and records. Start taking vitamins, eating healthy, avoiding toxins. See a subspecialist in fertility and one in maternal-fetal medicine. Consider what all say and make your own decision about what is best for you and your family. ...Read moreCall on a doctor for a more personalized answer ›
I don't want to get pregnant so im thinking of using pills..Can u give me some suggestions of what pills am i going to use?Im 29 years old
See your gyn: That is a great question for your gynecologists. She/he should be able to counsel regarding your clinical situation and give you options of contraception as well. From birth control pills to subcutaneous implants, injections, to iud, barrier methods, etc. Important for you to ask about efficacy and side effects of each type of contraception so you can make the right decision. ...Read moreCall on a doctor for a more personalized answer ›
I been trying to get pregnant for past two months I'm 36 years old please help what can I do to improved my chances to get pregnant?
Relax no infertility: Basically take good care of your health with healthy eating and exercise. Decrease stress and practice relaxation. Stay supine after sex and some lift pelvis to defy gravity anecdotally successful for 15 minutes to keep more of the ejaculate in the vagina. Talk with a fertility specialist just for information in case and maybe if affordable, store some embryos. Look into adoption. Prenatal vit's. ...Read moreCall on a doctor for a more personalized answer ›
The chances are: Becoming slim by age 44 to have a child naturally. But, i was almost 44 when i had my last child (naturally). The risk for misscarriages, health problems for the baby and health problems for the mother is much higher at this age. Most women aren't able to become naturally pregnant at this age. ...Read moreCall on a doctor for a more personalized answer ›
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