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Marianne DiNapoli
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How long does it usally take a 29 year old woman to get pregnant?

How long does it usally take a 29 year old woman to get pregnant?

Less than 1 year: If a couple is having regular unprotected intercourse (2 or more times per week), there is an 80-90% chance of getting pregnant in one year. If you have been trying to conceive for over a year, you might consider seeing a fertility specialist to assess the problem. ...Read more

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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


Dr. James Ferguson
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How long does it take for a 37 year old woman to get pregnant? The last child was born about 15 years ago.

Too many variables: It could happen tomorrow or never happen at all based on many variables.If you are healthy and both you & your partner are fertile, chances are it could happen any time.A consultation with your OB along with basic health evaluation may better define your chances. ...Read more

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Dr. Andrew Poleszak
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Dr. Scott Hayworth
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How long it take a 22 year old to get pregnant?

Depends: It really depends. You should try for at least 6-9 months at your age before seeking medical help. ...Read more

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I had sex with my 27 year old step daughter every day for the last 3 months to get her pregnant, is it normal to take that long?

I had sex with my 27 year old step daughter every day for the last 3 months to get her pregnant, is it normal to take that long?

Yes - normal: I'm not going to even touch what the morals/ethics of this situation are. But the answer to your questions is it's not unusual to take up to a year to conceive. Daily intercourse may actually hurt the chances as your sperm counts will be lower with each encounter, including around the time of her ovulation, making chances of conception on those days less likely. ...Read more

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Dr. Robert Killian
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Hello i am 49 years of age male how long would it take me to get my 35 year old wife pregnant do I need vitamins we've been trying for 6 months now?

Hello i  am 49 years of age male how long would it take me to get my 35 year old wife pregnant do I need vitamins we've been trying for 6 months now?

Menopause: There could be some problems. You may be in male menopause and not producing many fresh sperm or your wife could be going into menopause and not be as fertile as normal. After six months it may be time to get more extensive testing done. ...Read more

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Marianne DiNapoli
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Does it take longer than a year to get pregnant after years of birth control use?

Does it take longer than a year to get pregnant after years of birth control use?

It shouldn't.: 80-90% of couples having regular intercourse (2 or more times per week) will become pregnant in one year. If after a year you have not become pregnant, you might consider seeing a fertility specialist to determine the cause. Past birth control use does not affect future fertility. Good luck! ...Read more

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Hello I've been trying to get pregnant for a year now and nothing has happened so fair. my period is only 4 days long so when I take a ovulation test it always says I'm not ovulating. I have a 4 year old and after having her I didn't have a cycle for 2 a

Hello I've been trying to get pregnant for a year now and nothing has happened so fair. my period is only 4 days long so when I take a ovulation test it always says I'm not ovulating. I have a 4 year old  and after having her I didn't have a cycle for 2 a

Secondary infertility: given the information you provided you've got what is called "Secondary infertility", that condition requires professional assessment of yourself and your husband, please get referred or go an infertility clinic, good luck ...Read more

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