Doctor insights on: I want to be pregnant what can i do
Late sex: Many women have longer cycles which means they ovulate later. This does not interfere with fertility. It simply means that the most fertile time is later. If the interval from ovulation to the start of your period is short however that can mean a luteal phase defect which can cause fertility problems. This is very treatable. See your doctor to look into this. ...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
Pregnancy: You have the greatest chance of pregnancy when you are sexually active on the day of ovulation and 5 days prior. Most women ovulate around day 10 of a 28 day menstrual cycle. The LH surge occurs at this time. Sperm can live in the vagina for 3-5 days. Have sex as many days as possible within your most fertile range. ...Read more
I have high cholesterol. My LDL level is 4.84 and I'm starting my meds. My HDL is fantastic though. I want to get pregnant. What can I do?
OffMeds ForTimeBeing: Ldl & HDL are lipoproteins, i.e. Protein particles which carry all fats in the water outside cells. Ldl is always in nmol/l, best <700, HDL in µmol/l, best large-hdl >10. See NMR particle test, <$100. Ldl particles are the primary driver of ds. Cholesterol is a fat made by every body cell, not best test, ldl-c calculated, not measured & often misleading but cheaper. ↓↓ sugar/carb best option. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hi dr I've had petogen injection in january but still haven't got my period since then, I want to get pregnant, what can I do? I've already had 3 caesers
Can take a while: Medroxyprogesterone acetate injections are a very effective form of birth control. They are effective for 3 months but can have lasting effects up to one year. Confirm with your doctor that it is safe for you to have a 4th c section. The surgeon who did you last one will likely have the most accurate information regarding the amount of scar tissue and the thinning of the lower uterine segment. ...Read more
I am 46 years old and continue to have periods regularly. I haven't used birth control in 4 years. I want to become pregnant. What can I do.
Ovar. Cyst and irregular cycles, I took birth control for 3 mos. But only worked for a lil I want to get pregnant what can I do my ob just give bcp?
Irregular periods: Are common among young women and are often associated with anovulatory cycles. Pregnancy is not likely to occur with anovulatory cycles. Menstrual cycles usually regulate on their own. You may just need to give it some time. Try to maintain a healthy weight and get regular exercise, but not excessive exercise, and take Folic Acid every day to help avoid birth defects when you do get pregnant. ...Read more
How do u know: How have you determined when you ovulate? If you are just counting from the first day of your period this could be wrong and ovulation could be occurring earlier. Normal cycles can be 21 to 35 days long. In the shorter cycles you ovulate earlier. If you truly are ovulating that close to you period, that could be a luteal phase defect and medicine like progesterone can help. ...Read more
If the interval of ovulation to the start of period is very short and I want to become pregnant what can I do?
Maybe nothing: You may not need to do anything. You do not say how long the interval is - might help you more if we knew? ...Read more
See your OB/GYN: You can get pregnant if you have pcos but depending on your menstrual history, level of Insulin resistance, and other medicla factors, you may need assistance getting pregnant. Your ob/gyn can help guide you and see what additional workup might be needed to allow you to proceed with pregnancy. ...Read more
See a REI specialist: If you're 49 you will need help getting pregnant. At any age, seeing a fertility specialist (reproductive endocrinology and infertility or rei) can often help you to conceive faster. We check you for ovulation issues like pcos, other hormonal problems, low egg supply, blocked tubes, problems inside your uterus or sperm problems for your partner. If you smoke, quit, and aim for a healthy weight. ...Read more
I had sex on last week on thursday and I never use a condom. N I don't want to get pregnant what can I do now? Couse it's to late to take morning after p
Wait: Until you either get your period or its late - if late, do a hpt. And if you don't want to get pregnant, how about not having unprotected intercourse? ...Read more
Hi doctor, I just received my period today and I want to stop it immideatly, I want to try to get pregnant, what can I do?
Not possible: You can only stop your period immediately by taking certain doses of hormonal medication which can then prevent you from getting pregnant. I would start counting the days to the next time you will ovulate, which if you have a normal cycle is 14 days from the time your period ends. This is when you are most fertile. But I would also talk to a local physician to make sure it is ok for you to try. ...Read more
Abortion vs adoption: Go see your Family Doc, Gyn or Planned Parenthood to discuss your options. ...Read more
Couples therapy: It would help if you both went to couples therapy as a way to learn how to work through difficult issues as a team. If he doesn't want to go, go yourself, you will need to develop skills either way. Even if you went along with the idea, your babies could all be girls. Adoption would be the only way to select a son. But would either of you be willing to go that route. Again counseling helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer