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How Long After Pregnancy Can You Get Pregnant
Depends on cycle: From the first day of the period, the average day of ovulation is 14 days after. This is because the average cycle length of women is 28 days from the start of one to the next. But if a woman ovulates later, for example a cycle length of 30 days, the ovulation will be 2 days later on day 16 of the cycle. Ovulation is usually 14 days before the next period. ...Read more
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
2 mos : I usually recommend that patients given their body a chance to heal. That means waiting about 2 months, have a normal cycle, before trying again. There are no firm rules, but it has been my experience that there are fewer problems if you wait about two months, and keep taking the prenatal vitamins. ...Read more
No association: You can get pregnant while you have chlamydia. In fact, it's probably not unusual to get both at the same time. ...Read more
Waiting: I assume you mean an uncomplicated miscarriage. Reasons include 1) your HCG level from the miscarriage must fall to zero, 2) you must resume ovulating, and 3) you must re-establish a cyclic endometrium. I recommend waiting 1 full cycle after an uncomplicated miscarriage and confirming the HCG has fallen. Many doctors recommend a longer wait, but it seems arbitrary to me after 1 cycle. ...Read more
It depends: Depends on many factors. Take a 28-day cycle and count from the first day of bleeding: you are 'at risk' to become pregnant as early as the 9-10th day, but more usually between the 12th to 15th. In a shorter/longer or irregular cycle, it will be different. Do you want to conceive or are you asking how to avoid pregnancy? The facts are the same but the strategy would be different! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When you ovulate: Once you start ovulating and having periods, it's possible for you to get pregnant. It might take some time after chemotherapy to regain normal cycles, and it depends on the type of chemotherapy you received. Some chemotherapy makes you infertile, and hopefully your doctor discussed this with you. For more info: www.Fertilehope.Org. ...Read more
Timing is everything: In order to conceive, you must be ovulating(releasing an egg). This usually occurs mid cycle:day 10-16 with day one being the first day of your menses. If you have intercourse during this time, you can check a pregnancy test when you miss your period or in about 10-14 days later. ...Read more
Back to Health Class: Once you have ovulated you are no longer going to get pregnant that cycle. You get pregnant by exposing the freshly ovulated egg with sperm that has been deposited in the vagina prior to ovulation. The best days to get pregnant are the five days prior to ovulation. This gives the sperm time to travel through the fallopian tubes to be ready to inseminate the fresh egg when it is expressed. ...Read more
Probably 5-6 days : The answer is: "it is variable." after the fertilization where the egg meets the sperm (conception) to the time that a person can tell she is pregnant can be as early as 5-6 days after the fertilization. It requires implantation of the fertilized cell to begin production of HCG which is the chemical the pregnancy tests are looking for. See the varying intensities of the lines in the photo. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A few answers.: What does one mean by pregnant? Sperm meets egg? Fertilized egg implants? Test turns positive? How precise do you need to be? Sperm can meet egg within a few minutes if everything lines up right. That will lead to implantation shortly thereafter and a positive pregnancy test within a few days. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Soon: A recent study showed overall, women who became pregnant within six months of miscarrying had better outcomes and a lower risk of complications than their counterparts who waited longer to conceive after a miscarriage. ...Read more
No need to wait: Present concept is that there is no reason to delay getting pregnant after a miscarriage.Sooner a woman conceives better the chances of healthy pregnancy.This was published in british medical journal in 2010 according to a study.Specofically women who conceive within six months after miscarriage are less likely to miscarry again or experience other complications. After your 2weeks follow up vist. ...Read more
Usually 12-14 days : In a typical 28 day cycle the peak fertility is between 12-14 days. Generally speaking pregnancy occurs before ovulation. This occurs 14 days before a period starts and is predictable. The timing of ovulation is the related to the frequency of the period. If it is 28 days then ovulation is typical on day 14. If 25 days then on or before day 11. Conversely, if a 35 day cycle then day 21 or so. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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