yes there is a chance of pregnancy.
I have miscarried and from what I was told, once you have been pregnant it is always easier to get pregnant. Although I don't believe this to be true because my husband and I have been ttc for a few months now and no luck. We don't smoke or drink or anything, we eat healthy and exercise and we are only in our early twenties. So I don't believe that miscarrying ups your chances for becoming pregnant, although my doctor says it does.
no. the chances of you getting pregnant are the same as if you hadn't taken birth control in months.
Yes you will have great chances of becoming pregnant now. It usually takes 3-7 days after stopping birth control to be able to become pregnant.
I GOT MY CYCLE FOR THREE MONTHS IN A ROW WHLIE I WAS PREGNANT
The chances of you getting pregnant AFTER you have a child, are extremely high actually. So you might want to get another test.
Unless the doctor made a mistake your chances are slim.
If the vasectomy was performed properly, it is generally considered to be extremely effective. There is, however, a chance that it didn't "take".
unlikely have your pregnancy kit handy for your worry free
Zero. Even if you delivered on January 2nd (while 40), after 4.5 months there would only be 7.5 months left in the year. This is not enough time to become pregnant again and to have another 4.5 month old child before you turn 41.
Most cats should be at least 12 months old before becoming pregnant.
Can i sue after having a tubal liation 4 months ago, nowpregnant
No. Once you're off the pill your period should normalise within a few months and then your chances of getting pregnant are back to where they would have been w/o the pill.
becoming pregnant will delay you period for 9 months. Good luck
It's fine. You have a midget coming.
No it can not. Remember it can take over a year to get pregnant normally.
It depends on how long you have been on the pill as to how soon you can become pregnant. if it has been less than 6 months it could happen in about the same amount of time the pill has to be almost out of your system if it has been longer itb will take longer
Well are you pregnant with your previous husband or are you pregnant with somebody else? If you are pregnant with your previous husband, you should definitely keep in touch with him, for the obvious reasons, it is his child you are carrying. If you are pregnant with somebody else, let your previous husband be and concentrate on your current relationship.
No, you may get pregnant straight away but you may not get pregnant for months, the chances are about the same as if you had never been on birth control.
I started to take the shot on augest 26th 2009. and i was suppose to go back around the same time in novermber. but my husband and decided to try to have a baby. so i stop the shot. what are the chances for us to have a baby, since i was only on it for three months?
I think you should go to the doctor for check up. i think 80% chances are that u r pregnant
In the first 6 months after having a baby you are very fertile. This means that your chances of getting pregnant are high. Therefore, it's important to use protection if you're not trying for another baby right now.
If you're still menstruating as before, there's a chance.