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yes there is chances that she get pregnant.

withdrawl of penis just before ejaculation is not effective method of contraception because some seminal fluid leaks before ejaculation

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There are many. My wife and I tried for seven years before she got pregnant. Outside of any physical problems, when you relax about it, it will happen.

A women can get pregnant until she gets to around 50. The she gets menopause

It is impossible to tell. Sme women get pregnant straight away. I did, I came off the pill in Augustafter 11 years, used a condom for 4 months to check my cycle then got pregnant the very first month. Some women struggle to get pregnant, but whether because of the pill or not it is difficult to say, some women who have never used contraception cannot get pregnant either.

After a woman completes menopause she can no longer become pregnant. Menopause varies in age for women ranging from 40-50 years old give or take.

Sexual Intercourse with the man ejaculating inside the womens vagina....and it may take years to make the women pregnant.

Yes. They may get pregnant as long as they get periods and ovulation. At times you get advanced pregnancy in post forty years patients.

If you are pregnant, check in with your doctor or pharmacist before taking any medication. About thirty years ago, this was recommended to me for allergies while I was pregnant.

1 in 100 women get pregnant within 5 years of use.

Since a pregnancy only lasts 40 weeks (10 months) the answer has to be no.

no it's not possible to be pregnant for two years without giving birth, but sometimes very few women get to be pregnant for ten month and then give birth (it happens).

Yes, they can, but as a woman gets older, it becomes harder to get pregnant, but that's around 60 years old, so a 40 year old woman could get pregnant.

Yes, the IUD does not affect future fertility. If you don't want to get pregnant, be sure to use an alternate method.

It is recommended that: 0.75g/kg for adult women, 0.84g/kg for adult men and around 1g/kg for pregnant and breastfeeding women, and for men and women over 70 years.

It is less likely to be so. But is is possible. You can do the simple urine test for the pregnancy.

Yes, chlamydia is common in pregnant women. The CDC notes that prevalence in prenatal clinics in 2011 found that 7.7% of patients had chlamydia. (see related link) The number appears to be dropping compared to prior years.

Here in the state of Missouri if the pregnant women wants to leave her home , then she should be 21 years or more.

Some women will get pregnant the first time they have unprotected sex, others try for years to get pregnant with no success.

As a general rule, yes- some women suffer early menopause, which means that their ability to become pregnant ceases at an unfortunately early age, but most women remain fertile at 49 years of age and even beyond this.

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