I've been researching everything I possible could on the internet about pregnancy. Lots of sights have said that you could still have cervical fluid even after conception has occured. One lady answered this question a while back saying she had more cervical fluid after she confirmed pregnancy.
Your test kit should tell you when it should be used to give the most reliable result.
There is no specific "position" for the cervix to be in, if conception has occured. It will vary from woman to woman, and should not be relied upon to determine conception and pregnancy.
i think around April...
Surgery at young age, i.e. iatrogenic
The gestational age is counting from the first day of your last menstrual period. Therefore if you have a normal 28 day cycle than conception would have occured sometime during the week 5 weeks and 4 days ago. Conception occurs at ovulation which occurs (in a woman with a 28 day cycle) at around cd14 through cd20. Using this method you can pinpoint (within days) when conception was most likely to occur.
id say in July would be conception cuz if you count from august to may that's ten months!! Id say that conception occured around August 17th. In order to calculate the date of conception, Google 'how to calculate dates of conception' Healthlink is the best site, they allow u to calculate backwards from your due date to conception.
there are signs such as increased discharge that is clear and stretchy. lower back or ab pains can be a sign. charting and taking your BBT every day can help to pinpoint when ovulation occured.
between November and the middle of December
10 to 12 days after sex.
Ovulation typically opccurs 14 days before menstruation, thus during a 38 day cycle ovulation likely occured on day on day 24 - a woman cannot know for sure when she ovulated unless using fertility awareness method or ovulation testing kits.
Yes a state change has occured.
Women and girls can become pregnant once they are ovulating. It is generally assumed that the indicator of ovulation is menarche, or the start of the menstrual cycle. However, this does not mean that ovulation has occured for all women. Up to 50% do not ovulate until a year after menarche. One possible indicator is that the menstrual cycle is regular and consistent in flow.It is also possible for some people to ovulate before menarche, meaning pregnancy could occur before any menstruation has occurred.The average age of menarche is more obvious than the age of ovulation, so most studies look at this age rather than that of ovulation. These studies show that the age of menarche in societies where people are well nourished is on average about 13 and in poorer societies 15.
To know if conception occured you have to wait until the woman misses her period and takes a pregnancy test to confirm.
Ovulation must occur in order for a woman to get pregnant. However sperm can life anywhere from 3 to 7 days inside the vagina. So if you ovulate during that time you can become pregnant.
Iodine is called an indicator because when iodine is in a substance that was sprayed it indicates that diffusion has occured by the smell spreading in the room.
The first day you see a spike/increase in your BBT could be the first DPO. But it needs to remain high for a few days to confirm that ovulation has occured.
Typically ovulation occurs 14 days before menstruation, thus ovulation likely occured on June 5th - but unless you use fertility awareness methods you cannot know for sure.
Nothing. Conception has already occured. Consult with her/your doctor, but in normal, healthy adults, sex while pregnant is not harmful or dangerous.
As long as you aren't nursing anymore, you can start whenever, here's the catch. If you start your birth control right after your period it is effective almost immediately (check with the brand of pill you are using) because ovulation hasn't occured yet, if you start the pill any other time it is not considered effective until after your next period as ovulation may have already occured thus you could become pregnant, again.
Your rough conception date would be April 3rd 2006, give or take a few days. However, it is very difficult to accurately say when conception occured. Therefore, I suggest speaking to your doctor, midwife or obstetrician about it because they can give you a better idea.
Your rough conception date would be May 1st 2009, give or take a few days. However, it is very difficult to accurately say when conception occured. Therefore, I suggest speaking to your doctor, midwife or obstetrician about it because they can give you a better idea.
Some indicators of a chemical reaction are change in temperature, formation of a gas, formation of light, formation of a precipitate, and color change.
June 7th 2010? Your rough conception date would be September 13th, give or take a few days. However, it is very difficult to accurately say when conception occured. Therefore, I suggest speaking to your doctor, midwife or obstetrician about it because they can give you a better idea.