yes by knowing the length of your menstrual cycle you count from the first day of your last period.
It is highly unlikely to know the EXACT day you conceived, because a woman can ovulate anytime, even when menstruating. It is hard to tell when you are ovulating unless you have a…
Results vary from person to person. Although Maybe Baby Easy Ovulation Tester works for most people it will not work for everyone. Anything that affects oestrogen levels in the body may affect the results. This may include your age, medications, infections, breastfeeding and pregnancy.High oestrogen…
Conception is when the sperm fertilizes the egg. This generally happens inside the Fallopian tubes within a few days of intercourse. You can't feel this cellular event.
while you may not feel conception itself many women report flu like symptoms days after conception...then when they miss t…
If your girlfriend doesn't know the conception date, I don't think there's really any way anyone could tell you. Even a baby's due date or actual delivery date offers no real clue as to the exact date of conception. You might try the conception calculator linked under more info in the right column…
My grandfather had only one and he produced 6 kids. 3 boys and 3
girls. So yes you can.
Yes, I only have one testicle and I have produced three wonderful
I was wathcing a show where, this man was denying a young ladies
baby because, he said he only had one testicle, and couldn't have
You can tell who your baby's father is by getting a DNA test done.
This is really a sad question, I am sure this is tearing you apart. You will need to do a DNA on the child immediately after its delivery. You don't want to wait too long, imagine trying to explain to your child that you had sle…
There is no way to tell the exact date, but an estimated date would be around December 19th.
Alternately, according to your due date, you conceived around 11th January. However, some women ovulate later than others so give and take +/- 5 days.
Visit this site below and scroll down till you get to t…
My advice is to buy the Clearblue Fertility Monitor and or ovulation predictor strips to detect the LH surge. The LH surge is a hormone that surges about 36 hours before your egg pops out. Intercourse on that day increases chances of pregnancy dramatically.
On average a women ovulates about …
It is possible for sperm to live for up to 72 hours in the woman's body. So, fertilization could occur for up to about three days.
That can happen in some women during ovulation. But it could just be something else. And it could be at the beginning, middle or end of ovulation. It's very hard to tell.
ovulation 'usually' occurs around 14 days after the last day of your period. If you can kee…
Absolutely, that could be the reason! He should not be using steroids. They do horrible things to your body. But back to your question. Eight months is not that long, but you should talk to him about getting tested for fertility. It could be the reason you haven't gotten pregnant yet.
No, they have no affect on each other. But it's probably not the best thing for your yeast infection to have sex. It could make your worse or spread to your partner.
The moment you ovulate you body starts to manufacture progesterone to protect the impending pregnancy. Your basal temperature would raise by 1 degree from one morning to the next once ovulation has occurred. (i.e. Wed. 97.5, Thurs. 98.7) This proves you ovulated. You still have to wait the standard …
I had a misscarrige 3 years ago, afterwards me and my partner tried for nearly a year to get pregnant,i thought there must be a problem but when my daughter was only 3 months old i fell pregnant again and now have two beautiful daughters, i think maybe we must have been trying so hard the first time…
Pregnancy Without PenetrationIt is not impossible, but highly improbable. Even when ejaculation occurs inside the vagina, and even when the woman is ovulating, there is still, on average, only a 7% chance she will become pregnant. Obviously, some people are more fertile than others. Sperm cannot liv…
Pretty much the same as if you've never been on the pill. You should wait until you've had one period off the pill before you start trying though. It does take longer for some people than others to get pregnant. The pill really has nothing to do with it though.
Taking oral contraceptives helps keep you regular so your periods are on time every month. I can't say it helps you ovulate because you don't ovulate while on the pill. If you miss a pill during the time you would have normally ovulated without the pill, take it as soon as you remember and use anoth…
You might be at risk because you have to take the pill for at least 7 days (you had sex after 4)to ensure there are enough hormones in your system to prevent the pregnancy. It also depends on when you were ovulating because unprotected sex doesn't necessarily mean you will automatically become pregn…
Yes, since alcohol can affect the sperm's condition. It could lower
the sperm count. Maybe your partner should have himself checked by
Furthermore, combined with the man's drinking habits there is an
extreme risk of catastrophic birth defects, mental retardation, or
You can, of course, get pregnant having intercourse in almost any position. However any position where the female is sitting, standing, or bending over should be avoided when you're trying to conceive. The sperm may have a very difficult time, if not impossible, getting to your lady's cervix.
No, we were 36 when we had our first child, now 38 trying for a second. An acquaintance had his last daugher at 50.
Over 40There are so many women conceiving over 40. I've just been to my midwife and she was telling me of a woman who got pregnant with her first at the age of 43.
Right now you are at a very good age to conceive. The chances of conception decrease with a woman's age. Considering you are 21, there is a lot of years ahead of you. Men can father babies many years longer than a woman. I have read reports of 70 something men becoming dads. So not to worry and good…
It's possibleIt's possible, but it depends on why you're not getting your period. Check in with your doctor. You may also be underweight, exercising too much, or have hormonal imbalances that prevent your getting pregnant. If you do not have normal periods, then you are most likely not ovulating, an…
From studies and understandings of the philosophy surrounding sperm
cell anatomy and physiology, female's reproductive system, the
anatomy and physiology of the cervix, I want to say that the best
way to ease fertilization or even cause fertilization by some
reluctant and weak sperm cells is …
The fertile days of the month depend on the length of your cycle, how many days 21, 23, 28 and so on. Go to Baby Center and you will be able to type your information into an ovolation predictor which will tell you around about the time of your fertile days.
It all depends on how many days are in your cycle (21,26,28) you can go the BabyCenter.com where they have ovulation predictor where you can type in the 1st day of you last cycle and the days between your cycle and it will tell you around the time you will be fertile. good luck. It to…
The fact that you have not gotten your wife or gilfriend pregnant doesn't mean that you can't have kids or that your sperm is not strong enough.Believe me when I tell you this, because my husband and I tried for about 7 years to get pregnant. We were both tested and nothing was wrong with either of …
No, you have just as much chance as if you period was early or on time. You have a greater chance if the mother has twins in her family, but only fraternal twins as identical twins are more of a mutation. A woman needs to inherit the gene for multiple ovulation. Even if the man is a twin himself, hi…
Count from the 1st day of your "Actual" Period From the first day
of your last period until your next period, depending on how long
your cycle length is. (for example, if your cycle length is 28
days, then the time you start to ovulate is around day 14. but
every woman is different). For example, if…
Yes, it's a fact. It's not common, but you could be a virgin and be
Yes, if any semen "leaked in" her vaginal opening, there is a
chance she could become pregnant. Also, not all female virgins have
a hymen, either due to genetics, injury, or athletic workouts. If
she doesn't get her perio…
its most likely that you won't get pregnant right beore your period because you had just ovulated and there its most liklythere won;t be another egg until after you get off your period which is the 1-15 days after your period that you will most likely get pregnant. however there is always a possibl…
Do you get periods? if you do then your more than likely ovulating. I think you have to in order to get your period. If you are not getting your periods then you may want to go see a doctor to find out what the problem is.
I wanted to clear a misconception - having a period DOES NOT mean yo…
Yes, it's possibleIt is still possible for you to be pregnant. It doesn't matter if you are a virgin. You can get pregnant the first time you have sex. If he was inside you, you are no longer a virgin. And you can get pregnant from precum. Always use protection if he is going to be inside you. you.
I may be wrong, but I believe that you can only get pregnant during ovulation, but sperm can live for up to 72 hours in the womans body before fertilizing the egg. Or you may have miscalculated with the calendar. It isn't 100% accurate and all women have different length of cycles. Some women ovula…
If you are over 30, go see a doctor. It could be nothing, but just in case. They say after 6 months, you should consult with your doctor. If you are under 30, wait until it's been a year without getting pregnant and then go see your doctor. It could be nothing, but those are the standard reccomendat…
The probabilities oscillate throughout the cycle and are individual to each woman. If we speak about the 'average' woman, the probabilities of being in the fertile window for a woman with a 28 cycle are the following: Day of the cycle / % of being in fertile window Day 11 - 63% Day 12 - 65% Day …
It is safe, but if you aren't having your period there may be other possiblities. You may need to go see the doctor to get your period going again. And if you didn't have your period this month, you may not ovulate this month.
It is possible for you to be pregnant, but not likely. If you were on your period and it was only precum, the chances are pretty slim. If it was just after your period, the chances are a bit higher, but still very slim.
Some women say they knew right away, but there is no scientific way of knowing; other than a blood our urine test. ANSWER Actually, there is no scientific way of knowing if an egg is fertilized. Obviously, if you become pregnant then an egg did get fertilized but pregnancy does not always occur. I h…
NO, you don't have to reach excitment. You can get pregnant without reaching excitement just as easily as you can if you do reach excitment.
It's possible, it only takes one sperm to make a baby. It is usually a lot more difficult though.
yes a man with low sperm can produce a baby. My husband has a low sperm count and i just found im 6 weeks pregnant. It make take a little while longer ttc. but we tried for 2 years and finally …
ANSWER It is extremely rare for a woman to get pregnant while she is on her period. But let me offer you some advice on 'pulling out'. It doesn't work. It never has. I have two children. One was conceived by way of pulling out. The other, was conceived using a condom. Nothing is 100%. That is wha…
If it was only a day late, you aren't pregnant. But if it was a day late and really light and short, you could be. A late period just happens sometimes. I am normally a very regular person and I was a week late two months in a row and I wasn't pregnant.
No, it may actually lessen your chances and it's not good for you.==I agree. The pill STOPS you from ovulating. Although It can take up to ten days to work, still, the pill would start to work and begin to stop you from ovulating. You may even ovulate later now.
It isn't very likely, but I guess it's possible. You are probably just late for your period though. I was a week late two months in a row and I am normally a very regular person with my periods. It just happens sometimes.
It is very possible. I myself can NEVER …
YES. With all three of my pregnancies, I just /knew/ I was pregnant before I ever took a test.I just had a feeling - even before my period was late. And it was a wonderful feeling. It made me feel very feminine, maternal and 'in touch' with my own body to learn that I had indeed known before my doct…
You shouldn't bleed during ovulation. If you are bleeding, it's probably your period. Answer Bleeding during mid-cycle does NOT necessarily mean that you are starting your period. Personally, I experience this (not every month), and the bleeding is not always the same. Usually it is rather light (on…
You ovulate about two weeks before your period, so yes, your ovulation will be off too. There are test strips you can get at most any drug store that will tell you if you are ovulating. I assume the work very similar to a pregnancy test.
Yes. Also, you can track your basal body…
Even if your period begins with light spotting, it is still your period.
Sperm can live for up to three days inside the women. And there is no way to tell when you are ovulating unless you take an ovulation test. You can only get pregnant during ovulation. I'd say there is always a chance of getting pregnant, especially if you aren't using protection. The chances of gett…
No, you are just as likely as if you were never on the pill. For some women it takes a while after they get off the pill, but it possibly could take that long if they weren't ever on the pill. It is reccomended to wait until you have had one regular period off the pill before trying though. \ I ag…
It could possibly take a few months longer to get pregnant, but it won't be harder. Your body may just need to "get the pill out of it's system." Although I know a few people who got pregnant the same week they got off the pill, after being on it for a while. Everyone is different.
It's actually about two weeks before your period that you ovulate. So depending on your cycle that could be two weeks after or a week or any other amount of time. They do sell ovulation test sticks in most stores now. That will tell you when you are ovulating and when you are the most likely to get …
You ovulate 10-16 days BEFORE the start of your period. For example, if your cycle is 30 days long you will ovulate between cycle day 16 and day 20.
SOME women get "egg white" cervical mucus (throughout the day - this is very different from arousal fluid and not to be confused with semen). Typicall…
A tubal can be reversed, but it's about 8000 dollars and it's not a guarantee that it will be reversed successfully. The chances of a healthy baby depend on the woman and the mans health and every other factor that all women have.
If you aren't having periods, you can't get pregnant. You do ovulate before your period, so you could ovulate at anytime and not know you are ovulating. Also if you haven't had a period for five months, you should talk to your doctor. You may need some medication to get it going again. That happens …
She needs to talk to a doctor about having it reversed. It will cost about 8000 dollars and there probably isn't an insurance that will cover any of it. And it's not always 100% reversable. There is a chance that it won't be reversed successfully.Have you considered IVF? its cheaper than having the …
I would say at least a couple of hours, but it could take up to three days. Depending you your body and where the egg is in the cycle.
I THINK IT TAKES 2 TO 3 DAYS DEPENDING ON
To find the date of conception (within 2 weeks) you add three months and subtract ten days to your due date:august+3 months:November 2, -ten days:about October 23
i dont think this is right that puts you over 40 weeks from your due date i believe this is very in accurate and would ask you…
I wouldn't think ovulation would be painful unless there was a problem. If you are having stomach pains that aren't getting better, you should probably see a doctor.
I disagree with Leslie. There is something called Mittelshmerz, German for "middle pain", and this can happen du…
Yes, of course there's a chance, and I think you already knew that. ovulation is the release of an egg which is the best time.
I suggest the book, "Taking Charge of Your Fertility". You are most likely to get pregnant the day of your LH surge. This is the hormone that surges about 36 hours before the egg pops out. Ovulation predictor kits and the Clearblue Fertility Monitor are used to detect the LH surge.
You are most lik…
Your vaginal discharge becomes slippery(raw egg), you may have a sharp pain on one side of you lower abdomen, there is a slight increase in body temperature (use Basal Body Thermometer) and you may notice that your breast get sore.
Many women have symptoms, but many don't. They now sell ovu…
Not just because you have a new partner, but possibly because you probably have sex more often with a new person.And some people are more fertile than others, so that may raise the odds of getting pregnant. Just use some form birth control everytime and you'll be safe.
Yes most people say about 24-32 hours after a pos. reading is the prime time
It seems logical that the answer should be yes.
YES YOU CAN, BECAUSE I HAD AN ABORTION IN 2003, AND IN 2004, AND NOW I AM PREGNANT AGAIN.
this isn't always reliable to every woman, but your temperature will dip- that means you are about to ovulate. about 24 hours later it wll shoot up- that means you have already ovulated. hth.
usually most women can tell by the clear discharge they suddenly get.
We aren't talking bi…
You ovulate befrore you period starts. Ovulation is when the egg drops from the ovary and goes down the tube. Your period is when your body sheds the egg and the extra linging it has built in the uterus. You have to ovulate to have a period. Unless you are using a hormonal birth control No, you don…
Yes, if you ovulated, you will have a period. If not, then you are probably pregnant. If you haven't had a period and aren't pregnant, then you didn't ovulate. You said you ovulated, but there isn't any real way to tell unless you are testing yourself daily. Talk to a doctor if you have missed a per…
No, there is no real way to guarantee boy or girl without scientifically changing things outside your body and implanting the egg. I don't even know if this can be done in the USA and it is probably very expensive. All of the things that tell you how to have a boy or girl are myths, but it won't hur…
Yes, you will miss your period. If you are pregnant, you will not have a period. But you are unlikely to conceive a few days before a period. Most women ovulate 14 days before a period and this is the only time you can conceive. and 'a few days before' the ovum has already gone so cannot be fertilis…
It takes anywhere from hours to up to three days, the time sperm can live.
Pain during ovulatory times can come before while the follicle is
filling with fluid, during while the follicle is actually rupturing
to release the egg, or following due to the formation of the corpus
luteum. At ovulation, the ovum (egg) is dropped into the tube where
it awaits sperm. If sperm are …
I'm not sure what you're asking here but I will just tell you that you can ovulate at any time, even on a period. Yes, spotting mid cycle is an indication that you are ovulating. You do NOT ovulate during a period. Ovulation occurs about midway through a woman's menstrual cycle, depending on how re…
no. miscarriage is not caused by the stopping of birth control pills.You can be on the pill for as long as 6 years and be able to get pregnant following that month. Doctors recommend waiting at least 3 months to clearly see a pattern of regular periods to help calculate when the baby's due date is. …
Infertility is not hereditary. Obviously if someone was infertile, there would be no offspring to pass on their defunct genes to! However a low-sperm count could be genetic.There is also some medications that women have innocently taken in past that have caused their offspring to have difficulties -…
Don't stop taking the pill until you are ready to get pregnant. It can happen right away or it can take a while. But if you aren't ready and it happens right away... And you should stop taking the pill at the end of the pill pack, not in the middle of a pack.
It's hard to say which date you actually concieved on but if the test came back positive on Jan. 23 then you most likely took it too early.
It is possible to be pregnant because most doctors will tell you that it takes about two weeks for the pill to become effective. You should use a back up method for at least two weeks after starting the pill. You are probably fine, but wait until your period is due and go from there. If you get it, …
Women usually ovulate 14 days before the first day of bleeding... middle of their cycle. if you are an irregular cycle I recommend using the Ovulation Predictors found in stores or here on the net."ovulation calculator-is what I use through a site by 'www.Google.com' If you don't know how to calcula…
Not likely. In general, it will make you healthier to be on a multivitamin, and you should ideally be getting at least 400mcg of Folic Acid at least three months before conceiving, but the vitamin itself probably won't make you more fertile.
I think so after taking Geritol for about one month t…
It differs from your regular menses in that it isn't your period at all. You cannot have a period and be pregnant at the same time by the very biological definition and function of the two. Think about it. Any bleeding you experience during a pregnancy is referred to as "vaginal bleeding" and it i…
Yes it could possibly be a symptom but I would not go just on that.
I have heard of something called implantation bleeding. This occurs when a fertilized egg actually implants in the uterine wall. This bleeding would be light & pinkish, not like menstruation.
"Conception" means you're pregnant. Do you mean day of ovulation?
Actually, some women (myself included) may have cramps after intercourse. This usually only happens between the time you ovulate and your period starts (so, if you have a 28 day cycle, post-coital cramps will occur between da…
yes yes.. it takes anywhere from 5-10 days for the fertilized egg to make it's way from the fallopian tube down into the lining of the uterus, it doesn't start producing HCG (pregnancy hormone) until it settles into the uterine lining, and that is what the test is looking for.. so you still may not …
Yes, but soon,the egg is only there for 12 to 24 hours to be fertilized, so do it soon!! Good luck!!
The chances are low, as women are most fertile on the 10th - 15th after their period. But timing this is not reliable birth control. You can get pregnant any time.
With every woman it is different. If you have been on any type of birth control it could take up to 6 months. You should know your body well enough to know when you are ovulating. If you have sex on the days of ovulation you shouldn't have any problem.
not likely, since you ovulate around the middle of your cycle.
You can know as soon as 10 days after conception, but only through a blood test given by your doctor. Most doctors recommend waiting to see if you miss your period, you can then take a hpt and later go in for a doctor appt. to have that test confirmed if it is positive. Most doctors will not even se…
Yes, this is probably "implantation bleeding", which occurs right before or when your period would be due. This is where the egg implants into the wall of the uterus. It should only be spotting and very light bleeding. If you know for sure that you are pregnant and the bleeding goes on for several d…
in a regular 28 day cycle ovulation is usually 2 weeks from the first day of your last period. a good calculation site it mymonthlycycle.com
Best time to get pregnant?
It can take up to 1 year. Half of all couples will conceive in 6 months.
no. there's only 2 or 3 days a month that a girl can get pregnant. I believe that there in the middle of the month.
No you are unlikely to get pregnant in the week before your period.
not necessarily. chances are, your period was late because you ovulated late during that cycle. if your cycles are not regular, you might want to start using ovulation predictor kits and charting/temping.
It depends on what the lower stomache pains feel like. If it is a crampy type pain, then yes, this can be a symptom of pregnancy ,as is lower back pain.Within the first 20 weeks.
It takes sperm approximately 36 hours to fertilize the egg after
the male ejaculates in the vagina. If you are asking "how long does
it take for the sperm to fertilize the egg once it penetrates the
egg wall?", it is instantaneous. That's what "fertilized" means. If
you are asking "how long does it …
No, if you are pregnant, you do not ovulate.