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How To Get Pregnant In A Month
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
Is it easier for 16 year olds to get pregnant? And how many days into a teenagers cycle could they get pregnant
No safe days: Pregnancy has been documented on any day of a woman's cycle, including during menses. If you plan to have sex, use some form of birth control and possibly two.Long term control with an IUD is expensive, requires uncomfortable insertion, but can protect you for several years without you doing anything. Using condoms can help prevent you from getting STD's but can fail if used alone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Best time: The best time during your cycle that assures you that you are not going to get pregnant is during your period. ...Read more
I don't get this whole trying to get pregnant thing.. When is more highly for a woman to get pregnant? U had a i.U.D for a year can thay effect it?
Is there a natural way to change the day I will ovulate? I want to get pregnant and will ovulate too early to get pregnant when my husband gets leave
I am supposed to get my period the week of my wedding next month and I was hoping to find a way to get it to coming a week early...anyone know how?
How to get pregnant ? I've been trying to get pregnant for about a 2 months already and nothing yet when is it the best time to do it and get pregnant?
If : If a couple has intercourse about three days a week evenly spread out, then there is no need to specifically time intercourse. This is because sperm live for up to 6 days in the fallopian tube. If frequent intercourse is a problem then using an over-the-counter urine ovulation predictor kit and timing intercourse on the day it turns positive and the day after it turns positive is a good way to time intercourse. The best thing to do is to have intercourse every other day starting the day you start the ovulation predictor kit (the kit explains when to start) and then have intercourse again the day and the day after the kit turns positive. The point here is that it is never a good idea to abstain from intercourse until the kit turns positive. This is because the egg is only fertilizable for 24 hours after it comes out of the ovary. If your kit is off by just one day, you can miss your opportunity. That is why it is best to have the "troops on the field" so to speak, waiting for the egg to come. This issue of missing the first day can happen if a person is testing very early in the morning. Some studies have shown that the majority of lh surges happen around 3 to 4 in the morning. If a person is using their first urine in the morning and that is at 5 - 6 am, the lh surge in the blood might not have made it to the urine maximally by them. I tell my patient to test between 10 and 11 am for this reason. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible: Of course, if you had unprotected sex, than do a pregnancy test. If not, there are sevral other causes for ammenorhea, including thryoid dysfunctions, nutritional conditions, and even anxiety to name a few...Get checked out by gyn for an eval, good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 wks before period.: On average, a woman's monthly cycle lasts from 28 to 32 days (to be precise, you'd be smart to track your own cycle), and ovulation happens once during each cycle, roughly two weeks (12 to 16 days) before you expect your period. Unfertilized egg only remains viable for fertilization for just about a day or so. It is better if the sperms are already available before the ovulation. ...Read more
After being on Depo-Provera for 3 months will it take up to a year for me to get a normal period and could I get pregnant anytime soon ?
6-8 months: It can take 6 to 8 months for a Depo to get completely out of your system. I usually recommend that you have to normal periods before you start trying. ...Read more
Vaginal culture: Since you are experiencing recurrent BV it is important to confirmed it with a vaginal culture as well as to be tested for other sexuality transmitted diseases. Your partner should also be tested for sexually transmitted disease at the same time. Bv is usually not acquire from sperm but from a change in the vaginal environment. ...Read more
If you are fertile: should not be a problem.Get a more detailed answer ›
Egg induction: The shots that are given for fertility treatments involve ovulation induction agents that are designed to produce an egg at a specific time for "harvesting" during In vitro fertilization(IVF) techniques. They are prescribed by the Fertility MD and self administered by the patients on a specific schedule. ...Read more
How many periods should a woman get per year to be able to get pregnant? As my doctor said 4 periods a year is safe
Not likely: At 53 years old, your chances for pregnancy is very small, no matter how many periods you have a year. You might want to have some hormones checked to see if you have gone through menopause. If so, you should not be having any bleeding, and you may need to be evaluated for postmenopausal bleeding with an ultrasound and possible biopsy. ...Read more
How can I get pregnant after being off Depo-Provera for a year in a half ? Is the ttc kit a good idea
Patience and yes: Coming off of the depo shot can be associated with irregular periods during the first year. By now, though, i would expect that any cycle irregularity would not be related to the depo shot. And yes, ovulation predictor kits are a good idea in terms of learning what your body is doing. ...Read more
Once and Yes: The ovary releases an egg (ovulation) a few weeks before your period (menstruation). The uterus prepares itself for the fertilized egg by forming a specialized lining on its inner surface. If no sperm reaches the egg then the uterus sloughs its inner lining (your period) and the whole process starts again. Ovulation and menstruation occur in sequence each month and are inextricably intertwined. ...Read more
Do what you love.: Body: move your body in ways that you love. Dancing, swimming, aerobics, weight training, tai chi, cycling, yoga, walking, gardening, belly dancing... Mind: begin your day with a meditative practice. Prayer and meditation, journaling, yoga.. Spirit: be sure you have healed your emotional wounds from childhood and beyond. Get outside help if needed. Pregnancy can bring up unfinished business. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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