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Can treating a yeast infection during ovulation affect your chances of pregnancy?


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2015-07-15 18:38:53
2015-07-15 18:38:53

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.


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THe chances of pregnancy are the same as they are at any other time. You could be pregnant.

Hi There is a high chance of pregnancy if you have intercourse during ovulation. After ovulation ( a day or two) there is a 4% chance.

there is a possibility of pregnancy anytime you have sex. you can get pregnant before during or after ovulation. ovulation just increases your chances. and yes it is possible to get pregnant on your period.

Knowing that you could be off a little, they are good.

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Chances of pregnancy decrease if you get another bacterial infection.

While previous chlamydia infection may affect the chances of pregnancy, current infection does not reduce the risk of pregnancy. go here

It is most dangerous infection during pregnancy. There are very high chances of foetal abnormality. You should be already be vaccinated against this infection. Your gynaecologist may consider the termination of pregnancy.

ZERO, sperm is very fragile and does not live long after being ejaculated. A woman must be ovulating for pregnancy to occur, not five days before ovulation.

In most cases irregular periods are anovulatory (without ovulation) but in 2-3% cases could be spontaneous ovulation. So chances for pregnancy are about 2-3%.

Pregnancy occurs around the time of ovulation which is roughly on day 14 of the cycle. This applies to periods that are regular. Chances are high that no pregnancy took place when intercourse occured after the end of one's period. Again, it is important to keep in mind that ovulation is easier to predict when a period is regular.

Yes, you could. However, the chances are low. If you miss your period you should take a pregnancy test.

Sometimes it can if the ovarian tube had to be removed. By losing the one ovarian tube you lose the ovulation power from that ovary, dropping your pregnancy chances by 50%. If the ovarian tube was not removed then there should be no effect on your ovulation, but leaves you more vulnerable to more tubular pregnancies. Best of luck!

Yes. The above mentioned tablets contains combined Estrogen and Progesterone contraceptive. If you go to your Doctor, she will give to 2 months course of these tablets to "Suppress" ovulation and on third month, there are high chances of 'Rebound' ovulation and on day 14 of menses, you have an ovulation and if sexual contact is done from day 13 to day 15, there are high chances of pregnancy. This is most inexpensive method to treat infertility.

You can increase your chance of pregnancy, by having unprotected intercourse during your most fertile time. You can determine your fertile time, by performing a ovulation test 14 + days after your period ended.

The chances of pregnancy with protected sex are low, but if you miss your period, take a pregnancy test

If you are certain of your ovulation date, then your chances of being pregnant are likely slim.

Treating acid reflux does not decrease the chances of having a heart attack.

What are the chances of pregnancy when sperm do not swim properly?"

The moment of ovulation can be during the day or night. The chances are the same.

# Conception usually occurs about 5-7 days after intercourse # Your most fertile period is about 5 days before ovulation # For most(but not all) women ovulation occurs about 14 days prior to her period.

Practicaly the chances of pregnancy after tubal ligation are zero.

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