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What Is The Effective Food To Avoid Pregnancy After Intercourse
Sorry no food: Go straight to your pharmacy and take the "emergency pill". ...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
Sex: Probably right before the period and right after the period. ...Read more
Doc, how to prevent unwanted pregnancy? without using condom, pills, etc etc..is it true week before and after of menstrual period is safe period?
Don't have sex!: After abstention and condoms, the next best method of birth control is probably birth control pills. No single method is foolproof and while condoms will prevent transmission of most sexually transmitted diseases most other methods of birth control will not. So know your partner before you 'know' your partner sexually. ...Read more
Best time for sex: Probably right before the period and right after the period. ...Read more
Is there a way to reduce the chances of pregnancy/morning sickness before becoming pregnant such as by eating certain foods?
What is the period in which one can become pregnant (with menstrural cycle of every 28 to 30 days) and
when is it safe to do to prevent pregnancy ?
Pregnant any time: You can become pregnant at any time during your cycle, but the highest chance is during/around time of ovulation (egg-release). During a normal ovulatory cycle, the ovulation occurs 14-days before the menstrual flow starts. So, for 28-day cycle, ovulation day=14. For 30-day cycle, ovulation on day=16. To prevent unwanted pregnany, contraception is recommended at all time! consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
What are the best ways to prevent contracting the stomach bug after it has entered your home and is there a way to prevent it after exposure?
How to use emergency contraception pills after 48 hours of intercourse if want to prevent pregnancy. How many to eat and after meal or what?
No: Having intercourse after ovulation is not a reliable way to avoid pregnancy. Its difficult to know when ovulation occurs and the egg persists for a variable length of time after ovulation. Some couples use the "Rythem Method" to avoid pregnancy This requires avoiding intercourse during the fertile window when its most likely to get pregnant. It takes diligence and research to get it right. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The obvious answer..: Hi hamster89203, the obvious answer is not having sexual intercourse. Another absolute way to prevent pregnancy is removal of the uterus. Beyond these choices all birth control methods are effective, but not 100%, if directions are followed. The choice for you is best decided in conversation with your doctor. Doc ripley. ...Read more
Is there any pill to be taken after 15 or 20 days of unprotected sex..Or is there any answer of it to stop pregnancy..Plz help..?
Is there any foods that should be avoided to prevent the effects of the Plan B one step pill from working? (i.E. Dairy )
Is it effective to use condom in sex to prevent pregnancy? And do sex on infertility dates following the calendar method?
Usually/maybe: Used appropriately (proper size,application before any intercourse) a condom is relatively good at preventing pregnancy. Using a calendar to predict fertility is a good way to improve chances of getting pregnant, but not so good to avoid it.During training we called it Vatican Roulette, because its just another game of chance, and you can lose big. ...Read more
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