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Im 18 And Cant Get Pregnant
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
Im trying to get pregnant i had my period on feb26 and had sex march5-8 and im feeling sick when should I take a test im feeling very sick and tired ?
In about 14 days: If you have a 28 day cycle, then you should be fertile right now. If you have shorter cycles, you could have ovulated earlier. But either way, i'd wait until you've missed a period, or at least 28 days from your last period, before you take a test. Good luck! ...Read more
IM 18 years old female and married and its been 8 months i can get pregnant trying so hard what to do im worried alot ?
COMPLICATED: Need to see a doctor for some testing as well as the partner. It may not be your fault. ...Read more
STOP SMOKING!!: Regardless of your age or overall fertility status, stop smoking - both of you (second hand smoke is also harmful). Beside having adverse effects on a developing pregnancy and childhood development, smoking can also reduce your fertility and increase your risk of miscarriage. ...Read more
I have CHF and im 27 wks pregnant im starting to get nausea again and i ain't getting full and im tired what does that mean?
See doctor: Morning sickness is common during early pregnancy. It should subside by the end of the first trimester. However, some women do experience severe nausea & vomiting & require hospitalization for dehydration & electrolyte abnormalities, or medication to control their symptoms. Call your doctor if your symptoms are severe or limiting. ...Read more
I am trying to get pregnant i been with my husban for almost 5 years and i can't get pregnant i don't get my peoerid every month ?
Get checked out: 5 years is a long time trying to conceive at any age. Irregular periods mean you're not ovulating (releasing an egg) every month. You should see a fertility specialist (reproductive endocrinology and infertility or rei) to help you to get pregnant . We find out why you're irregular including hormonal problems or low egg supply. We also look for blocked tubes, problems with your uterus or his sperm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I need help getting pregnant i been trying for three years but im always on my period and im 27 i get these hug blood clots?
Infertility Workup: After one year of trying a couple is considered to have infertility problems. It would be a good idea to go see a specialist rather than your ob/gyn at this point. Even though you have your period it does not necessarily mean that you are ovulating. There may also be a male factor involved, so it would be wise for your partner to be evaluated as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Relax: Relax and enjoy the process. Unprotected sex with a fertile male is the overwhelmingly most common way to become pregnant. You don't know that you were fertile before beginning ocp's. Often women are "hyper fertile" when stopping pills. Other times the contraceptive effects can continue for months-years after they're stopped. Give it some time and enjoy the practice. ...Read more
Im 35 weeks pregnant and im experiencing vomiting since i became 35 weeks, can you tell me what i need to do and what's going on?
Vomiting: Vomiting in late pregnancy is less likely related to HCG (pregnancy hormone). Most likely it has to do with your stomach being pushed on by your uterus causing reflux of acid. Try to eat smaller meals, avoid laying down right after you eat. May try ranitidine for acid reduction. Avoid high fat, spicy meals as well. ...Read more
I got my mirena (levonorgestrel) out on 4/22/13, how long should it take to get my first period? I am trying to get pregnant and i still haven't gotten my period I am trying to get pregnant and i want to calculate .
Depends: Most patients resume normal periods after Mirena (levonorgestrel) removal fairly quickly. Most will have their first periods 3-6 weeks after removal. For the first few months you will have to patient and monitor until you get back to normal. Your fertility returns almost immediately after removal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im 13 weeks and 5 days and ive been so stressed out and always thinking negitive and im afraid im going to lose the baby what should i do?
Past 12 weeks!: Well I would say you can stop worrying so much because you are past 12 weeks and most miscarriages occur before that. You can train yourself to think positively (or at least less negatively) by recognizing the negative thought and stopping the train (of thought) immediately. Make yourself list 2-5 things you have to be grateful for instead and move forward in your day. Good luck! ...Read more
I been on my depo shot for about 6 years im trying to conceive im 20 now can i get help or answeres on why i cant get pregnant?
Ovulation resumption: If you are off the Depo shot, do you know if you have resumed regular periods and subsequently presumptive ovulation? That is the first step along with a sperm analysis of your partner. At your young age conception should be easier, but you can always see a Fertility MD. ...Read more
I have pcos and im 3 months late not pregnant what can i get the help me come on my period and its starting to make me feel ill now ?
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