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How Do You Know When Enough Is Enough When Trying To Get Pregnant
Mostly on you: Some may say that when every available modality has been tried and is unsuccessful, then it is time. It may depend on your financial resources for infertility services. It is a personal decision based on what you are willing to tolerate as far as testing, procedures, costs, and results. Your personal beliefs may play a role. Consultation with your reproductive endocrinologist is also paramount. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 trying to get pregnant if I have sex every night does that give sperm enough time to be mature enough to get me pregnant?
Balance: A breastfeeding Mom should eat a balanced diet and drink plenty of fluids. Avoiding certain things such as large amounts of caffeine, excessive dairy, and heavy spices is a good idea until the baby is older and then slowly adding back spices and more dairy. You should continue tour prenatal vitamins also ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See an infert specia: U need to see a reproductive endocrine specialist because at your age you are prob going to need im medciation or possible donor egg i would go as soon as possible before it is to late your gyn should have somneone to refer u to. ...Read more
A little: Your body is still burning up calories when you sleep, although at a slower rate than when you're active and when awake. So you do lose a tiny amount of weight when you sleep. How much depends on factors like your baseline metabolic rate, temperature of the room and how much you toss and turn when you're asleep. ...Read more
Important Question: Thanks for this important question. Healthy sleep depends upon good air circulation in order to provided comfort and to maintain adequate oxygen levels. To ensure good air circulation, open windows at night when possible. Central air conditioning can be helpful. Make sure filters are clean and temp is comfortable. Simple fans can be used to help circulate the air. Practice good sleep hygiene. ...Read more
Hard to say: It depends what you mean by "frequently." many women will have an increase in their basal body temperature just prior to ovulation. Others note a change in their cervical mucous. Still others will notice dull, pelvic pain, termed "mittelschmerz" .... Or some combination of the above. ...Read more
Egg quality: There is no test for egg quality. Quality is based on age, declining as women grow older. Being 20 years old, you should expect good egg quality. ...Read more
see a dentist: The decision to get full dentures depends on the condition of your teeth, what the dentist can do and what you want. If there is insufficient bone to support your teeth or they are decayed beyond repair then removal is the only option. I would urge you to see a dentist and try to keep as many teeth as possible. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Amenorrhea Wnts Baby: If you have no periods (amenorrhea), then you are not ovulating and you will have trouble getting pregnant. Eventually you might ovulate but it would be about 2wks before period. The best idea is to see a fertility specialist who can find out why you do not ovulate and then use meds to make it happen. Your problem is treatable but you almost certainly need help to succeed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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