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How Long Will It Take For Me To Get Pregnant
Varies: Pregnancy in the general population is only 15-20% per month among healthy normal couples under the age of 40. It is 10% if 40y/o or older with a 30-50% miscarriage rate. So infertility is defined as: no pregnancy occurs after one year in normal ovulating couples. So if you are younger it may take up to a year. ...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
No delay: There's no fertility delay in trying to get pregnant after taking oral contraceptives. Having said that, are you sure you want to be pregnant at 17 years of age? Teen moms have more health problems, less education, earn less money, and their children have increased health problems, are more likely to to go to jail, and be unemployed. Why would you want to give your child a disadvantaged start? ...Read more
How long to get preg: Not long. If healthy sperm is in the right place at ovulation and everything else is normal then one can become preganant within about 24 hours. The fertilized egg only lives up to about twelve hours. Suggest get on a reliable birth control method if you have decided to become sexually active. Start reading up on subject. One book is lies young women believe by demoss and gresh =see amazon.Com. ...Read more
Maybe 8-12 months: The average woman(if there is such a person) takes about 4 months to get pregnant if periods are regular and you have sex 2-3 times /week. More sex is not more better. If you are not pregnant in 8-12 months, see your doctor. If your periods are a 28 day cycle, try no sex, day 9, 10, 11. Then sex, day 12, 13, and 15 counting from the 1st day of bleeding. Sex other times is probably not a factor. ...Read more
It depends: Lose fat, build the ab muscles. What needs to happen is that you change your attitude toward eating -- food is fuel, and being hungry much of the day is good for you. Get sufficient quality protein (1 gm/pound/day while you're building muscle is plenty) and micronutrients from a varied diet. Resistance training (cable pulls are one choice out of many) will help more than endless crunches. ...Read more
No absolute answer: Hi. With hyperprolactinemia and the galactorrhea/amenorrhea syndrome, bromocriptine (or preferably, cabergoline) will normalize prolactin and restore menses & ovulation. How quickly depends on whether the bromocriptine dose is right to normalize prolactin right off, or if the dose needs to be titrated up. Even when prolactin is normal, it may takes several months for menses/ovulation to resume. ...Read more
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
Nursing & menses: How long it takes a woman to get her period after birth if she's nursing is variable. The amount the baby nurses comes into play, so if the baby is nursing a lot less once solids are started, the mom could start menstruating again. From personal experience, i started menstruating 1 1/2 years after birth with both of my kids. ...Read more
3-12 months: usually between 3-12 months; once your periods become regular ...Read more
3 cycles: While most people will start cycling on their own within one to two months, i suggest waiting to 3 months to allow all the hormone to exit your system, take a prenatal vitamin for this time to decrease birth defects, and allow normal ovarian function and hormones to return to decrease risk of miscarriage. ...Read more
Could be once: Pregnancy occurs when semen is deposited in the vagina around the time of ovulation allowing one sperm to fertilize the egg released from the ovary. This can happen the first time you have sex. In others it will take longer. I notice you are 16. It is important that you do some reading on reproduction so that you understand how things work before you get in over your head. Use condoms. ...Read more
If i take pregna plan will it help me in conciveing and how much time it will take me to get pregnent?
The average rate: Ofrateof pregnancy per month is about 20%. Have u ever been pregnant? If so its likely a bit higher. You ovulate day 14 after the first day of the cycle. Sperm travels 48 hours to get the the egg and need be there on release, the egg lasts 12-24 hours. Sperm can live up to 7 days. Keep those variables in mind, try to relax. We consider it an issue if ot pregnant in 1 year. Gd luc. ...Read more
Depends: Everyone's motility is different. Some may have results within a few minutes and for others, it may take a few hours. ...Read more
Well that depends...: ...on some individual factors not shared in your question: e.g. are you actively exercising/dieting; have you passively reduced calorie intake and improved food choices; have you undergone plastic surgery; what was your starting point (athlete or couch potato); if a woman, have you been pregnant; ever had abdominal incisions or trauma? ...Read more
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