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Male Surgery To Prevent Pregnancy
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
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I had surgery on my beast 02/25/13 for the 3rd time less then a year. I sometimes take my necon birth control pills. What are some pregnancy signs.
Some small changes: A woman of childbearing age who has some nausea (with or without vomiting), some fatigue (feels less energetic), a sharper/stronger sense of smell, mild soreness/swelling of her breasts, and maybe some food aversions and cravings. . . Could be pregnant. Symptoms can occur before missing a period. She can do a urine pregnancy test 1 week after missing her period, or if she is worried about it. ...Read more
My dad and brother both had surgeries to prevent aortic dissection. I had echo my first pregnancy often with no change. Should I still be worried?
No: Worrying accomplishes little in any case. The tendency to aortic dissection is often passed parent-to-child with a 50% chance. If you made it through a pregnancy and were reassured that your aorta looks fine, the real question is whether it's even worth ultrasounding you any longer. That's what you want to discuss with your physician. Glad your kin are okay -- many aren't so lucky. Glad your wrote. ...Read more
None: There are no food that prevent pregnancy. If you want to avoid pregnancy, either abstain from intercourse or consider the many different options of contraceptives that are available such as condoms, oral birth control pills, subdermal implants, intrauterine devices (both non-hormonal & hormonal based options are available), intravaginal hormonal ring, hormonal patches, & intramuscular injections. ...Read more
NO: While smoking may have adverse effects of women's fertility, that effect is highly variable and generally quite modest. What prevents pregnancy is adequate contraception - ideally long-term like provera (medroxyprogesterone) injections or other reliable hormonal contraception, barrier protections like condoms and spermicide or diaphragms and spermicide (not as good) and IUDs (almost as good or equal). Don't gamble!!! ...Read more
It is hard to find: Info on south african medications in the us. The only thing I can figure out is that there is a product called propan mist. Pot. Cit. Simplex which contains potassium citrate. Potassium citrate combo medications can be used to alkanize urine ; to treat urinary tract stones. After extensively searching to answer your question, I do not see it being used as an oral contraceptive. ...Read more
Probably not: Though it could depend on what kind of cyst it is, and why it ruptured. ...Read more
Use a condom: The best way to prevent a pregnancy is to use birth control or a condom before having sex. If you have unprotected sex you can take Plan B (the morning-after pill) within 3-5 days of unprotected sex. It is over-the-counter if you are 17 or older but you have to ask the pharmacist for it. A copper IUD can also be inserted up to 5 days later to prevent a pregnancy. ...Read more
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See below: Hydronephrosis may have left you with a reduced kidney function, which may affect your pregnancy. The doctor can help you understand the risks of taking contraceptive pills vs the hazards if any of a pregnancy with reduced kidney function. It all depends on the extent of loss of kidney function. ...Read more
What are "now" pills: Your question is unclear as it's not certain what "now" pills are? ...Read more
Generally no.: Three weeks later if it is going to occur the pregnancy has already occurred thus prevention is no longer an option. Check a pregnancy test. If negative check again in a week or so. ...Read more
OPK: At the pharmacy. Not necessarily a great method. ...Read more
I want to get married but I don't want to get pregnant what are the most effective and harmless ways to prevent pregnancy?
Most effective - no sex. Then sterilization or tubes tied - but this requires surgery.
Next most effective and far less harmful - condoms, IUD, Depo shot, other hormonal birth control.
However, you should discuss this with your future husband. No method (except abstinence) is 100%. ...Read more
4 faint positive tests and one neg digital my fiancee things the pull out method is gonna prevent pregnancy what's your advice?
Condom: Good answer by Dr. Rosenthal. Here is a great article about how to maximize efficacy of condoms. See: http://www. Livescience. Com/18661-14-common-condom-errors. Html When used consistently and correctly there can be 98% efficacy. ...Read more
Condoms OCPs IUDs...: Most contraceptive methods are effective when used correctly (so, a person must use a method correctly). Birth control pills, IUD's, condoms, etc... are all fine to use. Pulling the penis out at the last second doesn't work so well. If not married, avoiding sexual intercourse is a good way to prevent pregnancy. Sometimes intercourse is unexpectedly unavoidable, in which case Plan B pills can help. ...Read more
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