In the past, rubella caught by a pregnant woman was dangerous, and usually fatal, for a fetus. One actress, Gene Tierney, lost a baby to the virus many years ago. There was a vacine given for rubella for many years to help prevent this.
I was taking birth control for 4 years, and I went off of it in September and was pregnant by February.
vaccine against rubella became available in 1969. In the 20 years following the introduction of the vaccine, reported rubella cases dropped 99.6%.
Go see a doctor.
No, because you have to be fertile!
The best time to get pregnant is in 5 to 10 years.
Yes... but I don't suggest it. because if your mare is 23 years old its like trying to get a 68 year old woman pregnant.
Birth control decreases, not increases, the risk of pregnancy.
According to a Yahoo! Health article (http://health.yahoo.com/infectiousdisease-diagnosis/rubella-test/healthwise--hw5576.html):A rubella blood test detects antibodies that are made by the immune system to help kill the rubella virus. These antibodies remain in the bloodstream for years. The presence of certain antibodies indicates a recent infection, a past infection, or that you have been vaccinated against the disease.The presence of IgM antibodies means you have a current or recent rubella infection.The presence of IgG antibodies means you have immunity against the infection. This immunity could have been received either through vaccination for rubella or a past rubella infection.As long as the IgM test is negative, both you and your baby are in the clear!
Getting pregnant is not automatic. Couples have worked for years to get pregnant. Don't give up hope or trying, but if you become concerned you should ask your doctor for their help.
We don't really know. Many who adopt get pregnant after though. There's still many things we don't know about our bodies.
i am 29 trying for first baby since last 3 years but no luck can you please help me
If you are younger than 30, keep trying for 2 years before consulting a fertility specialist. If you are older than 30, try for 6 months and then consult a fertility specialist.
Getting pregnant can take a few minutes or a few years - some have to wait years before they get pregnant while others get pregnant even if they don't want to. At 16 you are young to want to get pregnant - why the hurry ? Live and enjoy your young life a bit more.
see your doctor and Find out if there is a problem.
I really dont know the answer
I have a friend that did this and got pregnant after 2 years of trying. Her husband gave her the idea. It worked for one of his friends trying to have a baby. The problem is that sperm can fall out and will not reach the egg. If you do a handstand after sex and stay that way for a good 10-20 minutes the sperm will stay in. The sperm will meet the egg and finally get pregnant!
i think that you should go to family planning and talk to someone there about your options and find out the cause of this
If your a guy, good. If your a girl, then visit the doctor to see if you, or your partner, can't have babies.
I had been on the pill for 4 years and got pregnant 3 months after not taking the pill. We weren't trying. but I also had a misscariage at 5 weeks. Allthough I can't contribute that to anything.
Take a pregnancy test
Pregnancy is a possibility get an at home test or go to your doctor and if your not pregnant then talk to your doctor about possibilities of why you haven't been able to get pregnant within the 6 years that you have been trying...hope everything works out for you good luck and God Bless!!!
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.