People who have had twins stand a better chance "statisticaly" of having twin again then those that did not have twins.
The chances are very good
Hello. After giving birth, for a week or two the chances of conceiving are higher.
yes there is a chance of pregnancy.
If you are having unprotected sex, your chance of becoming is high. The only way that is 100% sure is abstinence.Barring that, using a condom is above 95%
You should check with your Dr before becoming pregnant again. You are at a higher risk for it happening again if you've experienced it once.
If you have had a tubal ligation and you want to become pregnant, it may happen, but you'll have better chances if you have a surgical procedure to reverse the tubal ligation. There is no guarantee that you'll experience success after a reversal, but the ability to reverse a tubal ligation is there and it will dramatically increase your chances of becoming pregnant again. Here is a website related to your question. HTH. http://www.amazingpregnancy.com/pregnancy-articles/486.html
Nursing a baby does not prevent ovulation. Condoms are also not foolproof. So there is a chance of becoming pregnant. In fact, many mothers end up getting pregnant within a year after giving birth. So, once again, the only absolute pregnancy prevention is to refrain from intercourse.
Zero. Even if you delivered on January 2nd (while 40), after 4.5 months there would only be 7.5 months left in the year. This is not enough time to become pregnant again and to have another 4.5 month old child before you turn 41.
Once you body begins ovulating again which can take anything from 2-6 weeks you can become pregnant.
Having your tubes tied is not entirely effective, if you've gotten pregnant once with them tied chances are you can again.