A woman can calculate the conception date of her baby by figuring out the first date of her last menstrual period. Then the woman can add around 2 weeks to that date and that is the best estimate of a conception date.
40 weeks fromthe start of the last period, 38 weeks from conception.
Pregnancy lasts an average of 40 weeks from the LMP
The average pregnancy lasts for about 40 weeks (after the last period or 38 weeks after conception). The average fertility rate is 2.58 children per woman. So, the average woman is pregnant for about 103 weeks of her life.
Yes medical studies in the institute of West America institute of medical pharmacology have determined that it is indeed possible for a woman to be pregnant and still proceed to menstruate up to 6-11 weeks after conception.
Breasts begin preparing to lactate while the woman is pregnant.
No, the egg will be to small to detect
I don't think you could "make" a woman lactate. It is certainly very possible for a woman to induce lactation without being pregnant. This process takes a bit of work and effort by the woman. An important element in inducing lactation is for the woman to have a strong desire for her milk to come in. The tone of the question suggests the possibility of one person forcing a woman to lactate using medications without the woman's consent. This would not only be wrong it would be doomed to failure.
No I disagree...I think that you can feel mild symptoms 7 days after conception. Every woman is different!
Yes. It effects every woman differently.
usually when a woman has conceived, she is already considered 2 weeks pregnant, so you would be three weeks and around that time woman can begin the symptoms. all woman are different but normally you can feel really tired and your breasts are sore. feeling nauseous is unlikely but possible. and of course a missed period.
You will start to notice symptoms about two weeks after conception but it can vary for each woman. The likelihood of it happening the exact moment you conceive is low though.
It varies from woman to woman. You may not have any signs, but you could experience nausea, vomiting, headaches, stomach aches and loss or gain of appetite.
There is no specific "position" for the cervix to be in, if conception has occured. It will vary from woman to woman, and should not be relied upon to determine conception and pregnancy.
No, a woman cannot lactate without pregnancy. This is because the mammary glands are only stimulated to produce milk during pregnancy and while a mother is nursing her newborn.
If she is still nursing a child.
A woman can experience early pregnancy signs at two weeks. You may experience a tingling or prickling sensation at the nipples of your breasts. You may also have tender breasts after conception.
yes sperm stays viable for up to 5 days after intercourse
Yes. "induced lactation" is a bit difficult and varies person to person, but possible by pumping multiple times a day every day over several weeks. Some medicines and herbs claim to help with this. Some tumors may also lead to lactation.
no its not illegal, so go crazy
Pregnancy supposedly (medically) lasts for 40 weeks. In reality it lasts for 38 weeks from conception. Conception occurs approximately 14 days after your last period started for a woman who has a 28 day cycle. So everyone's pregnancy is based on these mythical 14 days eventhough very few women have a 28 day cycle! Medically they count these 14 days within the 40 weeks you are pregnant. You are considered 2 weeks pregnant at the moment of conception! Therefore three weeks after "The Deed" you are considered 5 weeks pregnant. Your doctor will not really care when you fell pregnant, s/he will be more concerned about the date of your last period and count from there.