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Can You Get Pregnant On Your First Fertile Day
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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
Took over a year to get pregnant. Approx try time to get pregnant w/ a second baby? Fertility higher after first baby?
I conceived my first child on a fertility drug is it possible for me to get pregnant without any help now?
Fertility specialists, have a 1 cent polyp in uterus. Do u recommend trying to get pregnant first or go straight to removal and try after?
Possibly: Even a 1 CM polyp in the uterus can be irritating to the lining and inhibit implantation or cause a miscarriage. If it is low in the uterus or in the cervix it causes less problems. Most people don''t know they have polyps unless they are having symptoms - irregular bleeding or had an ultrasound or hsg x-ray for fertility issues. If symptomatic it should come out first. ...Read more
Possible...: A woman can get pregnant if her body somehow managed to ovulate because she missed a pill, but it is not very likely. One cannot tell for sure! So, a urine pregnancy can be done after the next period, or 2-3 weeks after having sex. At those times, the test is quite accurate (if done correctly and read correctly). ...Read more
Not exactly: Pregnancy can start on one day (or 1-2 days) during each cycle, because the egg only lives for a day or two. No egg = no baby. Sperm can live several days, so having sex from 1 to 5 days before the egg is ready, up to and including the day of ovulation, can lead to pregnancy... but the pregnancy can only begin on the 1-2 days that the egg is live and ready. That's why fertile days are 6-7 days. ...Read more
Many variables: Age, time of unprotected intercourse, and other factors are very important in determining this answer. If you are under 33 or so and have regular cycles and have only been trying less than 12 months your chances are about 20 - 25% per cycle. Hope that helps, good luck. ...Read more
I'm 21 years old, and my boyfriend and I are going to try and have a baby. Well he busted in me on my first day of fertility, can I be pregnant?
Maybe/not: The quoted average is 6 months until achieving a desired pregnancy. That varies from the first effort out to a year, so you may be there or it may take some time. It would be normal if it takes longer but after a year without success an evaluation of both by a fertility center would be worthwhile. ...Read more
My fiance and I had a condom break. He did finish and we did not realize it broke till after. Today is the 1st day of my fertility. Can I get pregnant?
Yes: I don't know how you are determining ovulation, but if you had a condom break during the fertile period, it is possible that you could get pregnant. If you don't want to get pregnant, and it has been less than 5 days since the broken condom, you can call around to different pharmacies to see if any of them dispense Plan B birth control. ...Read more
We have been trying to get pregnant for past yrs but never got. My hubby hs crohns frm the day we married. Does this effect my fertility? Wht shud I do
I had 22mm thick womb lining on cycle day 25 and was trying to get pregnant with no luck could thsis be a reason why does this effect fertility?
Is menses a low fertility day? Is it a friendly environment to sperm? Does sperm survive 7 days if during menses? Can you get pregnant on 1st d of menses?
School: I am happy you are asking. But this is pretty simple stuff. A female does not get pregnant during menses. She is fertile during ovulation. Sperm cause pregnancy if left in the vagina on the five days leading up to ovulation. Sperm can survive for five dates inside of the uterus. ...Read more
Yes (I think): Question isn't clear. But, yes you can get pregnant soon after you give birth, so don't rely on breast feeding for a contraceptive for too long! ...Read more
See a REI specialist: If you're 49 you will need help getting pregnant. At any age, seeing a fertility specialist (reproductive endocrinology and infertility or rei) can often help you to conceive faster. We check you for ovulation issues like pcos, other hormonal problems, low egg supply, blocked tubes, problems inside your uterus or sperm problems for your partner. If you smoke, quit, and aim for a healthy weight. ...Read more
Depends on cause: There are several causes of female infertility. The treatments are entirely different for each type. Or maybe it's your partner, not you. The usual advice is to get care only after a full year of unprotected sex with intent to conceive without success. If it's been that long, see your doctor -- may need referral to a specialist. Good luck! ...Read more
Check with OB: Most adults have had chickenpox as children & if you did you and your baby are at no risk. If you didn't, your OB can guide you. There are some issues that arise if you have it mid pregnancy, but the worst outcome for baby occurs if they erupt with it around birth or that first week. Medication is available for those rare episodes & can be life saving. ...Read more
Practice sex with my girlfriend before entering her fertility cycle with interumpus method is it possible to get pregnant?
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Hi! What is the fastest someone can get pregnant with Fertility meds? Would be awesome, if happened in 1-2 months. ;) thanks.
2weeks: Most "fertility meds" are used to aid ovulation (the release of an egg). If medications are started and ovulation occurs you could be pregnant in about two weeks (although it might take a little longer to be able to confirm pregnancy). Sometimes people don't ovulate on their first dose of medications like clomid (clomiphene) and sometimes it takes several ovulatory cycle tries for couples to conceive ...Read more