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Iam 40 And Trying To Pregnant Naturallywhat Are My Chances
Less: Less than normal, but not impossible.Get a more detailed 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
Iam trying to get pregnant but iam scared if i take meds for my cold i will not be able to will that hurt the chances of becoming pregnant?
No: Colds or cold medicines do not effect your chance to become pregnant. Just realx and quit worrying. ...Read more
Good chance: If you are having regular cycles and you are sexually active and you are not using any type of contraception you can still get pregnant. It is less likely than in your twenties but still a possibility. Do not presume you can no longer get pregnant until you are menopausal. Up to that point use some type of contraception if you do not want to conceive. ...Read more
Watch cycles: If you have normal 28 day cycles, then you should ovulate on cycle day 14, when cycle day 1 is the first day of your period. Your most fertile time is a day or two before ovulation (cycle day 12 or 13). Your estrogen level is very high, and it makes your cervical mucus thin, allowing sperm to get though to fertilize the egg. You may notice an egg-white discharge, which is a good sign. ...Read more
My wife & I have been trying to get pregnant for a year now. What can we do to improve our chances?
Ovulation prediction: You can improve your chances of getting pregnant by having intercourse around the time of ovulation. You can test for ovulation at home with an ovulation prediction kit available from a good pharmacy without a prescription. If you have been trying for a year without success, you may also want to make an appointment to see an Ob/Gyn to find out why you are having difficulty. Best wishes! ...Read more
Im 45 what are the chances of getting my wife pregnant who is 25? We have been trying for eight months
?: I am not an OB specialist but your question is not answerable. If you have tried hard and nothing happens, you need to consult your doctors to find out what the problem may be. Your wife is certainly at an optimal age to get pregnant and male fertility stays way past your age (however there may be a higher risk of having an autistic child as one gets much older). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Me and my boyfriend have been trying to get pregnant for 8 months what can I do to increase my chances?
Many things: 1. Don't stress out. 2. Stay in shape (weight loss, if relevant). 3. Smart sex: time vaginal, unprotected intercourse around ovulation (usually mid-cycle, but if not sure, use otc ovulation kit). 4. If you're doing 1-3 consistently for a year and still not getting anywhere, see an ob/gyn. 5. Have faith. It will happen; probably when you least expect it. ...Read more
I am trying to get pregnant but i came off the injection sbout a yr ago what can i dobto increase my chances?
Check ovulation: One thing you can do is to buy an ovulation prediction test at the pharmacy each month. You can get them over the counter without a prescription. You start testing on day 12 and keep testing until it turns positive. When it is positive, you will ovulate in 12 - 48 hours. The best time to have intercourse is the night the test is positive and the next night. Best wishes! ...Read more
I've been trying to get pregnant for the last 6 months and still no luck. Is there anything i can do to increase my chances?
Ovulating?: Figure out if you are ovulating each month, either by checking your basal body temp each am or using an ovulation prediction kit. Once you confirm that, try having sex every other day starting a couple days before you are supposed to ovulate and continuing for a couple days after. Good luck! ...Read more
I been trying to get pregnant for past two months I'm 36 years old please help what can I do to improved my chances to get pregnant?
Relax no infertility: Basically take good care of your health with healthy eating and exercise. Decrease stress and practice relaxation. Stay supine after sex and some lift pelvis to defy gravity anecdotally successful for 15 minutes to keep more of the ejaculate in the vagina. Talk with a fertility specialist just for information in case and maybe if affordable, store some embryos. Look into adoption. Prenatal vit's. ...Read more
My boyfriend and I have been trying to get pregnant for almost a year now. Nothing has happened. What should we do to increase our chances?
Watch your cycle..: If you feel you are both ready to have and care for a child, the best way to increase the chances of pregnancy is to have sexual intercourse when you are ovulating. Count your cycle days, with Day #1 being the first day of your period. If you have regular 28 day cycles, you should be ovulating on Day #14. So plan to have intercourse on Days #12, #13 and #14 for the best chance. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My cousin and his wife are trying to get pregnant and our question is for the man, does maturation lower the chances of getting her pregnant?
No: Most men are very capable of maintaining there fecundity (sperm counts and ability to impregnate)) into there 7th and 8th decades of life with a big if... The big if, is they must maintain good overall health, be continuously sexually active and avoid heat to the scrotum. if your cousin has sperm concerns he can obtain a sperm analysis easily with a sample at the MD's office or lab. ...Read more
Good.: If you have already had a pregnancy we know that everything works so we are not dealing with infertility. It will take you more trying than when you were 25, but your chances of becoming pregnant are good. Ivf has a live birth success rate of about 10% per cycle in your age group. ...Read more
Pregnancy ; diabetes: If you are still having regular periods you probably can become pregnant, but there are two concerns. One is your age and the other, of course, is your diabetes. It would be best to work with an obstetrician who specializes in high risk pregnancies and who may also work with an endocrinologist for your diabetic control. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I want to GT pregnant I have been trying for 5yrs I have a 10yr old son..N e way to increase my chances?
I'm nearly40 trying for a baby with my boyfriend who is 28 what are our chances of having a successful pregnancy
Pregnancy: In one study, researchers found that 40-year-old women treated for infertility had a 25 percent chance of achieving pregnancy using their own eggs. By age 43 that number dropped to 10 percent, and by 44 it had decreased to 1.6 percent. Among women who did get pregnant, the miscarriage rate was 24 percent for 40-year-olds, 38 percent for 43-year-olds, and 54 percent for 44-year-olds. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Im trying to convince a baby and i had intercorse on one. Day of my ovulation what's the chances of me being pregnant?
I had a m/c yesterday. When is a good time to start trying again? Very devastating. Chances of m/c the nest pregnancy?
Condolences: The normal risk of miscarrying is on the order of 15% to 20% for any particular pregnancy. If you have three in a row, additional testing should be done even though it could still be just bad luck. Your normal period should return in about a month and you may start trying again after that. ...Read more
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