how long till i can fly had a ectopic pregance checked my blood level and they have gone down by 15% an more.
It depends on your doctors advice. Usually three months before trying to conceive again. If you had a molar pregnancy you should be having regular checkups to ensure that all the prregnancy hormone has gone. As Trisha said you should wait until the doctor tells you it is all right to conceive again. According to the website http://health.allrefer.com/health/hydatidiform-mole.html this may be 6 to 12 months. it is mis-spelled above, try "molar pregnancy" if you google that, you will easily find your answer.
how long after a d and c procedure normal periods come
I had an ectopic pregnancy in December and my doctor has advised me to wait 6 months before trying to conceive again. The following link contains a journal article on the subject. It is loaded with hard to understand medical terminology, but the summary is pretty easy to read. http://qjmed.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/92/10/551
That would be determined by the Dr you gave you the fertility drug, based off of your age, weight, genetic makeup, and possibly your diet.
you can try right away, i would wait until i ovulate once though.
Not as long as you are pregnant.
How long it is going for what? Missing birth controls like you have will put you at risk of pregnancy. If your trying to conceive then stop taking birth control because this will harm the Foetus when you do conceive.
· Just 25% of couples actively trying to conceive become pregnant the first cycle. · 60% become pregnant in the first six months of trying to conceive. · 75% of couples become pregnant within nine months. · 90% of couples experience pregnancy within 18 months. If you are worried they recommend you visit a doctor if you are over 40 and haven't been able to conceive within 6 months or under 30 and haven't been able to conceive in 6 months.
Your peak fertility window is approximately 24-48 hours after ovulation. However, it is possible to conceive at any point during the month, even during your period.
Same as before which means you never know. Normally it can take 12-18 months. If nothing after that the both of you should see a doctor.
Contraceptives usually take 3 months until they have been completely removed from your system. Most Doctors recommend that you try to conceive after this time. There is no set time on how long it will take you to conceive, some women conceive very quickly while others can take a year or more to conceive. As a general rule of thumb, if you have not fallen pregnancy within 6-12 months of actively trying to conceive, speak to your Doctor. I would recommend that you consider performing ovulation tests as if you have intercourse during this time, you have an increased risk of conceiving. Hope this helped.
you should wait until after your normal period resumes. in other words, one - two months
8 to 14 days
It depends on how long it takes for your HCG levels to drop. When I had a chemical pregnancy my numbers were dropping then rose again before finally going to 0. It took about 3 weeks.
No, the duration of use of the contraceptive implant doesn't determine how fast you can conceive.
I was told to wait one cycle then try again!
for a human nine months
As long as you're having periods you can get pregnant.
It depends on your health and age
long answer short no
Birth control is meant to prevent pregnancy. If you want to get pregnant, stop taking birth control. When you stop, you can try to conceive immediately. There is no medical need to wait.
A baby can not conceive until he or she has reached sexual maturity. For a girl that is when her period starts, for a boy it is when semen is able to be ejaculated.
As long as it is in heat AND goes through sexual intercourse.