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My Tubes Are Clamped How Can I Get Pregnant
Yes: The best timing is earlier in the window, but it also depends on how you are calculating your window (it's a narrow window). Good luck! ...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
There is none: Meds can help but these are available only through a prescription. You need to speak with an obstetrician. ...Read more
Yes and ?: But why do you need to be sure to motivate yourself to stop? ...Read more
I had no problems ..: Telling them how you had no problems conceiving. Infertility is tough when pregnant women and babies are all around, magazines show pregnant celebs even at "age 48", and 16 year olds with unplanned pregnancies get their own 'reality' show. Support and encouragement go a long way. I hope that they are also seeing a fertility md. Many who need help don't seek it, but treatment works for many couples. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not exactly: Pregnancy can start on one day (or 1-2 days) during each cycle, because the egg only lives for a day or two. No egg = no baby. Sperm can live several days, so having sex from 1 to 5 days before the egg is ready, up to and including the day of ovulation, can lead to pregnancy... but the pregnancy can only begin on the 1-2 days that the egg is live and ready. That's why fertile days are 6-7 days. ...Read more
Unusual: This would be an unusual presentation for this type of problem. It might be from the treatment rather than the disease process. Explain this to your doctor and get the gyn opinion. Best wishes. ...Read more
I say: There's always hope. Now let's figure out what we need to do to make it happen. ...Read more
We are all different: All of us have unique characteristics that differentiate us from others. Some can jump high and run fast. Others are great math. Some are very fertile ...Read more
How long after coming of roaccutane can I get pregnant? Does it affect fertility after coming off?
1 month: Accutane is usually cleared 5-10 days after the last dose. Waiting one month is to give you a safety margin. As you know, becoming pregnant while taking Accutane greatly increases the risk of miscarriage and birth defects. Prior use of Accutane should not affect your fertility. ...Read more
I am 19 and I have been trying to get pregnant for a year now is it ok to try fertility blend to help me get pregnant ?
I am a 42 year old single female who wants to get pregnant; I don't have any fertility issues I know of; wheres the best place to begin?
Ivf: Well you are fortunate to be in this time period for you have many options. Now age is against you but see a fertility specialist for options. They are costly bit possible start there and good luck. Don't forget adoption there are a lot of wonderful children who are in need of a nice family ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Took a fertility test about a year ago and it was good. I can't get my gf pregnant. She came out fine on a test. Should i take another test?
You should get cheke: If you are ok (spermvise!) your gf will need a complete w/u! ...Read more
My fiance and i are trying to get pregnant and during my high fertility days, he came inside of me two nights in a row and the cum never came out. Why?
Semen: Are you sure he came? If he did, prior ejaculations near this time would reduce volume. ...Read more
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