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How can boys fertility be tested at home if you don't want to go to the doctors?

How can boys fertility be tested at home  if you don't want to go to the doctors?

At home kits, but...: There are at home kits sold in the us that detect the presence of a sperm protein. The sensitivity of the test is roughly that it will register as positive if the sperm count is >20 million, and negative if below. If negative, should get normal semen analysis at doctor's. If positive, still might be infertile, since just because you have sperm, they may not be functional. Caveat emptor. ...Read more

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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


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Don't you have to ovulate in order to get pregnant while breast feeding?

Don't you have to ovulate in order to get pregnant while breast feeding?

Yes, but: You do need to ovulate before you get pregnant but you may ovulate before your first period. ...Read more

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Do some women have to wait until they miss a period to tell if they pregnant through blood work?

Do some women have to wait until they miss a period to tell if they pregnant through blood work?

No: Elevated HCG (pregnancy hormone) levels will start to increase before the missed period. They might do two samples two days apart. The hormone should double in that time. ...Read more

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How long should women try to get pregnant before calling the doctor?

How long should women try to get pregnant before calling the doctor?

6-12 months: In most cases, one should try for 12 months before seeking any help, though if you are over 35 you may want to cut that to only 6 months. At 40, i would get help pretty quickly. It is worthwhile to see your ob/gyn and tell them you are trying to get pregnant, as there is a number of things that they may want to talk to you about. ...Read more

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For pregnant women, how can they treat a toothache?

For pregnant women, how can they treat a toothache?

See a dentist: Dental care is very important during pregnancy and it is safe. Sometimes your dentist will consult with your OB before treatment. An untreated dental infection can effect your baby. Don't wait. Seea dentist. ...Read more

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How does the uterus need to be positioned to help a woman get pregnant?

How does the uterus need to be positioned to help a woman get pregnant?

No real positioning: No matter what the flexion (front, mid or backwards) of the uterus, you are likely to conceive if you are of reproductive age with sex during ovulatory phase. ...Read more

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Can a woman can go to puberty again if she takes certain products?

Can a woman can go to puberty again if she takes certain products?

No: Puberty is the transition occurring between childhood and adulthood. Assuming you're beyond teenage years, you're past this stage. If you are menopausal and get hormone replacement, that will help ease some of the menopausal symptoms provided this is prescribed by your gynecologist and there aren't contraindications. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how many fillings can you get at one visit to the dentist?

Can you tell me how many fillings can you get at one visit to the dentist?

How long a visit ?: Depending on how complex the fillings are and how long your visit is, your dentist can probably put a filling in every tooth you've got. Not sure you would want to sit that long, but discuss your desires with your dentist. ...Read more

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How soon after miscarriage do most women get pregnant. Does it take a while for your body to go back to normal.

How soon after miscarriage do most women get pregnant.  Does it take a while for your body to go back to normal.

Varies: Sometimes it can happen very quickly. I normally recommend waiting one month to let you body rests and to let the uterus get back to normal before trying. ...Read more

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Is there a test women can take to see if they can get pregant?

Is there a test women can take to see if they can get pregant?

Sex test.: Women who menstruate are typically assumed to be fertile unless attempts at conception do not result in pregnancy. There is no better test than having sex around the time of ovulation. ...Read more

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Following abortion how many days will it take someone to get her period?

Following abortion how many days will it take someone to get her period?

Period: Most women experience their next period 4 to 6 weeks after a surgical abortion. If you don’t have a period after 3 months ensure that you discuss with the physician. ...Read more

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Can you just go to a clinic and tell them you want to do a pregnancy test or how can you go and find out there at once if you don'thave $ to buys test?

Can you just go to a clinic and tell them you want to do a pregnancy test or how can you go and find out there at once if you don'thave $ to buys test?

Pregnancy: I think a clinic visit would be more expensive than buying a pregnancy kit, the pregnancy kits are very cheap and accurate, also Planned Parenthood clinic could be another option. ...Read more

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How can pregnant women wait till 2nd trimester to fill cavities and do cleanings?

How can pregnant women wait till 2nd trimester to fill cavities and do cleanings?

Do not wait: Dental treatment for dental women who has oral pain, toothache or infection should not be delayed. The waiting could cause more harm to the mother and possibly to the fetus than a dental treatment itself. Ask your dentist for more information. Good luck. ...Read more

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What STDs can cause a women to not be able to give birth?

What STDs can cause a women to not be able to give birth?

Two primary types: The two that come to mind that are most likely to cause infertility include chlamydia & gonorrhea. Both can scar the sensitive areas within the fallopian tubes where fertilization occurs. Gonorrhea is more likely to cause other symptoms that lead to treatment, but chlamydia can be asymptomatic & overlooked unless regular testing is done. ...Read more