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Thinking Your Pregnant
Stress can delay: Your period, so if u are worried u are preg the stress from that can affect your hormones to cause that, but that is a diagnosis of exclusion , meaning u need a workup to r/o preg or hormone problems or uterus or ovarian problems that I do everyday in my office in coral springs florida, 1500 univ dr #106 33071. ...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
No: Fortunately, or unfortunately, depending on your desired outcome, you cannot will your period to stay away. While stress can play a role in delay in period, it has to typically be physiological stress, as opposed to worry. If you're worried you might be pregnant, and you're late for period, take a test. If it's negative, wait 4-5 days and re-take. Good luck! ...Read more
Think or worry?: Some people have always believed that too much focus on it makes it hard to conceive and they tell of cases where it suddenly happens when there is less attention. But it's not simple thinking, it would be anxiety messing up chemistry related to ovulation in some way. See a good OBGYN to have yourself examined w/ respect to conceiving issues and then, don't worry - it may help. ...Read more
Yes: The answer is YES, because that is the definition of "when you're fertile". That means, no matter what day it is, if "you're fertile", you can get pregnant. Likewise, the opposite is true, meaning you cannot get pregnant anytime of your cycle, if you're not fertile on those days. ...Read more
If your trying to get pregnant but your stressed out really bad and dealing with issues. Bad timing? Would it affect your chances of becoming pregnant
Your 19: Why are you trying so hard to get pregnant at age 19? Have you considered delaying pregnancy until you are older? What are your plans for school, career and the rest of your life. You only get to be young once. The life you create for yourself now is the one your are stuck with. Live life to the fullest and be successful. Invest in yourself now to enjoy your future. ...Read more
Sex + fertility 101: If a couple has unprotected sexual intercourse around the time the woman is ovulating, there is a chance she could get pregnant. If they used condoms, the chance is less but not zero. If he used a condom and she used a diaphragm, the chance is even lower. If one or both had sterilization (vasectomy, tubal ligation), then the risk of conceiving approaches zero. ...Read more
See below: It's the other way around. You're pregnant and you don't know it. Up to 30% of pregnant women will bleed at the time of their expected periods because the baby as implanted into the womb. This gives the impression of a period when it's not your real period. ...Read more
Absolutely: Essentially you can only get pregnant during the day of ovulation! the egg is only capable of fertilization for about 12-18 hours after ovulation. We observe this fact with every ivf cycle because egg retrieval is the equivalent of ovulation and the egg must be fertilized in the next 12-18 hours. I hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read more
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