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Woman Become Pregnant
Preg post menopause: True menopause is defined as the absence of menses for one full year. If you have reached that time period it is unlikely that you'll conceive. Until then you could become pregnant!n clearly if you want to conceive your chances of a child with a defect increase. The commonest defect is downs syndrome which is more common in a woman over 35 yrs of age. ...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
Can woman become pregnant after 40. i want to know the age range after 45 or after 50 the woman cannot become pregnant.
Yes: Until a woman has had no menstrual periods for a full year, it is possible that she could unexpectedly ovulate and become pregnant. That said, fertility is certainly decreased at perimenopause. If a woman desires childbearing, she will likely need the intervention of a fertility specialist to be successful. ...Read more
Pregnancy: The best time to become pregnant is the day of ovulation & a couple of days before & after ovulation. However, it is best to use protection 100% of the time if one does not wish to become pregnant or to catch a sexually transmitted disease. If a woman never ovulates, she could not become pregnant. ...Read more
Depends: Upon how much ; which part of uterus is removed. Best to consult your gyn surgeon. ...Read more
Nearly none: If you have regular periods then by the time you are three days prior to your period then you're likely at day 25, which means that you're about 11 days after normal ovulation eggs never survive long enough to be fertilized 11 days after being released (ovulation). So highly unlikely. ...Read more
Yes, with caution: It's generally recomended that you wait a year after any kind of molar pregnancy to make sure there are no complications before trying to concieve. Because the early signs of a recurrant molar pregnancy can overlap with a normal one, and because it will cause you to have a positive pregnancy test, you should discuss matters with your dr before trying. ...Read more
Probably not, but...: Your current sex practice is much like positioning your hairs next to fire, which may lead to accidental hair-burning. So, exercise a more adequate precaution against pregnancy than what you have taken, although the likelihood for sperms in semen to fertilize egg is extremely slim, almost next to zero. ...Read more
Unlikely: I believe in miracles but this would be highly unlikely and unexpected. With the ovary gone on the left and no direct connection from the right it would be near impossible for an egg from your right ovary to find its way into the uterus for implantation and fertilization. Not necessarily impossible but having it to happen would border on the miraculous. Modern methods could assist you though. ...Read more
Can a woman become pregnant if pre-ejaculate or any sperm has not come in contact with the introitus? Only near the clitoris?
Can a woman become pregnant if she had preejaculate on her hand, washed it off with soap and water then fingered herself shortly afterwards?
If semen got on toilet paper from your hand, can a woman become pregnant from wiping after peeing 30 to 60 min later?
Here are some ...: Considering the fastidious requirement for sperms to survive, the described scenario gives sperms no chance to survive so the odd to conceive should be 0%. But, the thing in real life could not be 100% so leaving a room for social and professional safety. Nonetheless, do HPT in a wk after missing period and repeat it in a wk if still in doubt. More? Seek pro-evaluation and counseling. ...Read more
If a woman becomes pregnant can she still get her biometric fingerprints done or will it affect the unborn fetus?
Yes: You can get it done. It should have no effect on fetus. ...Read more
If a woman becomes pregnant while on the pill and doesn't realize it still taking the pill, will it harm the baby?
Unlikely: The pill manufacturers all give the precaution "do not take this medication if you are pregnant". About 1 to 3 % of women on the pill still conceive. Those pregnancies are no more likely to have any specific complication than unexposed pregnancies. While there are no specific studies showing safety or harm - it does not appear from those exposed pregnancies that there is any particular harm. ...Read more
Interesting: Actually, to become pregnant, you have to have had sex prior to ovulation. The sperm will take about 2-4 hours to get to the end of the fallopian tubes, and remain for 2-5 days. Fertilization, or pregnancy, will only happen if she ovulates into that pool of sperm. If no sperm then, the egg lasts an hour or two, then is gone. ...Read more
No and yes: No uncomplicated appendicitis and appendectomy regardless if it is done open or laparoscopic will not effect the woman ability to have a children. But ruptured appendix with peritonitis can cause enough adhesions inside the pelvis that could very rarely affect the women ability to have children . ...Read more
Unlikely: Probably not , but not inconceivable.Get a more detailed answer ›
What are the chances that a woman may become pregnant after a ruptured appendix? She previously had a child prior to the rupture.
Hard to say: For most, it is likely to have no effect at all on reproductive capability. The involved systems are in separate body compartments. However, if the rupture led to an extensive infection and scarring within the pelvis it might. Those involved in the treatment of the problem would have more information to review and provide a more specific answer. ...Read more