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What Are The Chances Of Being Able To Conceive When A Woman Is On Cetirizine
No effect: Cetririzine is not known to decrease or increase a woman's ability to conceive. ...Read more
What are chances of naturally conceiving: sperm count 13m, morphology 12% motility 70%. Female aged 30 fertility test results normal.
What are the chances of conceiving naturally: 13m /ml sperm count, 70% motility, 12% morphology. Female 30yrs, fertility tests normal?
Lots of reasons: Fertility can change drastically over 1-2 years much less 5-10. Women have fewer eggs and the ovaries may not function as well over time. A woman's fallopian tubes may be damaged over time. More eggs may be genetically abnormal. Or there can be changes in the sperm or the uterus. So your question addresses a very common occurrence. ...Read more
Is there any possibility of a woman with frequent ovarian cystic problem not being able to conceive?
Any treatment or medicines to cure low fertility of woman age-29. We are getting problem in conceiving. (tried 2 times no result). Pls advice.
Keep trying: Not certain why you have " low fertility" but woman are advised to try for 1 year before they should be concerned that they have an infertility problem. This means regular intercourse at least every other day from cycle day 10-20 each month in woman with regular menstrual cycles occurring every 24-35 days. Trying twice is not an adequate attempt at conception, . ...Read more
Is there any treatment or medicines to cure low fertility of woman age-29. We are getting problem in conceiving. (tried 2 times no result). Pls advice.
See a doctor: See a doctor soon. Normal couples should conceive within 1 year, get started with a good doctor and get help. ...Read more
How accurate are devices such as the Clearblue Fertility Monitor in determining if a woman is ovulating/able to conceive? Are they worth the $150++?
Expensive/Confusing: The Clearblue Fertility Monitor watches for the LH surge and also monitors estrogen. You have to buy the monitor plus monthly test strips and this is expensive. I don't personally recommend it as I have had women get very confusing results. I prefer the simple LH surge detection kits. They are a lot cheaper and I have found the results less confusing. Best wishes! ...Read more
Good.: Many women have pcos (polycystic ovary syndrome - better described as hcas or hyperandrogenism chronic anovulation syndrome) and still get pregnant just fine, although the likelihood is decreased in relation to unaffected women. Metformin may be able to increase your fertility rate - talk to your gynecologist or reproductive endocrinologist about it. Take Folic Acid at 1-5 mg daily! ...Read more
A different question: I guess I hear more 18-year-old women trying to avoid pregnancy! but, if you are truly wanting a pregnancy and judge that it is the best time for all concerned, I would advise that you learn how to track your ovulation times. This will help you 'target' intercourse during times of peak fertility. Read 'taking charge of your fertility' by tony weschler, and start taking prenatal vitamins now. ...Read more
How long does it take a couple with no fertility problems to conceive? Anything I can do to boost my chances?
1 year: Roughly 85-90% of normal couples (no problems) conceive within 1 year of unprotected sexual relations. This becomes the clinical "definition" of infertility: failure to conceive in one year. Timing - counting days, natural methods such as BBT/mucus, and home OPK can help you conceive sooner when trying at home. ...Read more
Not typically: Herpes does not reduce fertility, but can be transmitted to newborn during childbirth if mother has active infection during labor. Infertility is defined as at least 1yr of actively trying to conceive without success. If you have not actively tried for a year, then focus on relaxation. You can purchase ovulation predictor kits to inform ideal time to attempt conception. ...Read more
Ttc over a year- each have 5 yr olds from previous ppl. Already started testing w fertility dr. What are our chances to conceive?
Depends on your age - more difficult the closer your are to age 40and older your fertility specialist will check your reserve of eggs still present ; your uterine and tube anatomy and partner's semen. Nowadays the answers are reached quickly and even if the tests are normal- very effective treatments are available.
Of coarse this may not work for everyone. ...Read more
A friend of mine has polycystic ovary syndrome pcos. Would she be able to conceive? What are the chances?
OC: Yes, it is possible to conceive, but may be difficult. ...Read more
Does everyone with pcod have fertility issues? Is it possible for women with pcod to conceive naturally?
Possible: At 23 years old it is possible, especially if you are otherwise healthy (non-smoker, normal weight, etc) and you occasionally get your period on your own, without having to take any hormones. It is important to see your gyn or a reproductive endocrinologist for an evaluation and advice as your health risks are increased, especially for diabetes in pregnancy. Best of luck! ...Read more
To increase my chances of conceiving, what should be my intercourse pattern during my 'fertility window'? . ..Every day? Every other day?
At least every other: Most recommendations are to have relations at least every other day starting 2 to 4 days before you expect to ovulate. However, having relations every day does not decrease the chances of conceiving. ...Read more
In terms of fertility & optimal timing, what are the chances of conceiving from intercourse on cd8 of a 28 day cycle?
Got a flashing smiley face on ovulation test (high fertility) but it's only cycle day 8. Are my chance high of conceiving if I have sex today?
Yes: Not everyone ovulates at day 14, so if the test is accurate there is higher chance of conception over the next few days. ...Read more
Fertility analysis of my husbands sperm. It came out as sperm count 29.0 X10 6/mL. SVolume was 6.2, motility was 30%, what are chances of conceiving?
I am a female who was born with arnold chiari malfomation type i. Other than this I have been healthy my whole life but I have never been able to conceive. Is there a link between AC and infertility?
25y/o male being treated for prolactinoma. Was able to conceive with wife! Testosterone only slightly low. Any chance birth defects due to my high prl?
The women in my family have a hard time conceiving and I suspect I will as well. At what point can I seek fertility help? My mother and my aunts had a difficult time conceiving, and I suspect my situation is the same. I have irregular periods and have bee
90%: 90% of couples trying to conceive get pregnant within a year. The 10% who donâ€™t fall into the category of patients we label as â€œinfertile, â€ though a percentage of those patients, if left untreated, will go on to conceive at some point in the future. The most important factor governing if and when you seek treatment from a doctor depends on your age and commitment to conceiving. If youâ€™re 25 and on the fence about getting pregnant, take your time, relax, have lots of sex, and let nature take itâ€™s course. But if youâ€™re over 35 and desperately want to be the mother of a baby that shares your dna, donâ€™t wait longer than six months before seeing your doctor to explore the underlying causes of your irregular periods and reduced fertility. Often, irregular periods signal anovulation (meaning that you may not be ovulating.) anovulation can result from conditions such as polycystic ovarian syndrome, hypothyroidism, or eating disorders, in addition to a variety of other causes. Your doctor can order some tests that will help you decide whether you need to jump into fertility treatment with both feet or whether youâ€™re better off chilling out and taking a wait-and-see approach. Most importantly, remember that stress reduces fertility and the best thing you can do as you navigate this journey is to trust that whatever happens will serve you and your highest good. ...Read more
My husband & I are trying to concieve our first baby. With it bring xmas we have had more alcohol than usual. Will this affect our fertility &chances?
What is the chance of been allertic to zyrtec, (cetirizine) I used to take it as a child/teen for hayfever, I am now 22.
Is it safe to take zyrtec (cetirizine) most days of the year or is there a chance for long term problems with taking it too much? I try to avoid taking medicines.
Zyrtec (cetirizine): Zyrtec is a safe anti-histamine with a relatively good tract record in long term users. But note that all medications have side effects. However, some are willing to take a small and smart risk for a better quality of life. Discuss nasal antihistamines & other non-systemic treatments with your doctor. With immunotherapy, an immunologist may be able to help avert your need for medications. ...Read more
Long term use of children's Benadryl (diphenhydramine) vs zyrtec. Which one works best with the least chance of becoming tolerant or non responsive? Should I alternate
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