With every woman it is different. If you have been on any type of Birth Control it could take up to 6 months. You should know your body well enough to know when you are ovulating. If you have sex on the days of ovulation you shouldn't have any problem.
for a human nine months
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.
It can take up to 1 year. Half of all couples will conceive in 6 months.
Not as long as you are pregnant.
Most couples under age 35 conceive in about 3-6 months. If nothing happens within a year, consult a fertility specialist.
It takes about 3 hours for the sperm to fully enter the egg.
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.
the shot last for 90 days or 3 months usally wait 3 weeks after 3 months after having the shot and you will be able to conceive.
8 to 14 days
I Took depo once in october 2009 and was supose to get it again in December but i didnt because i also wanted a child. its now July 2010 and i still cant conceive. someone told me it take up to 18 months to get it out your system
In order to conceive a baby you first need to Get pregnant... and after it will take up to 9 months it is impossible to conceive with in a couple of days of becoming pregnant...