Answer-- Get all your vaccinations done BEFORE you get pregnant. You don't want live vaccine viruses around while you are pregnant, because they can hurt the developing baby. Some vaccines are live viruses and other vaccines are dead viruses, so check with your doctor which is which. As long as you get pregnant about 4-6 months after your final vaccination (for a live virus vaccine) you should be OK. Also, don't let the new baby get vaccines too young, or too many all at once. "Get your immunities to common childhood diseases (mumps and measles) tested. If you received the shots during certain years and lot numbers, they might not have worked. This is to avoid birth defects. Wait a while (at least three months) after getting the shot, before you get pregnant." "Getting rubella (German measles) early in pregnancy can cause birth defects. A simple blood test can tell if you have immunity. If you are not immune, a vaccine given at least 3 months before getting pregnant will protect you from getting rubella in the future."
3 per Horse. Pregnant mares should have a full set of vaccinations when they are bred. They then receive Pneumabort K vaccinations at 3, 5, 7, and 9 months, and a month before delivery they should receive their full set of booster shots. Additional vaccinations may be necessary, including additional boosters of West Nile, strangles and other needed vaccines for the area.
Pregnant mares normally get their standard "spring" vaccinations 30 days before foaling to insure their colostrum has high levels of antibodies. Pregnant mares also often receive vaccinations at 5,7 and 9 months to prevent abortion due to rhino infections Open mares should be vaccinated before breeding in the spring or after breeding/confirmed pregnancy is at least 35days post ovulation (to avoid inadvertently ending the pregnancy by causing prostiglandin release that affects the CL)...and ideally after they are 60 days pregnant (to insure that organogenesis is complete).
Most cats should be at least 12 months old before becoming pregnant.
You should wait at least one month before getting pregnant. The drug may effect your pregnancy. The drug needs to leave your system before you get pregnant.
You should wait for at least three months before getting pregnant again. Your doctor will do some tests to prevent further miscarriages.
No, it should not. It is not exactly the healthiest habit to have before getting pregnant though. It won't keep you from getting pregnant nor will many other foods/beverages.
You shouldn't require any vaccinations for travel to Florida. Vaccinations are usually required when traveling to third world and developing countries.
Probably because they have been damaged or seen people damaged by vaccinations or have studied the subject before they wanted to vaccinate.
Usually not. As long as the mare has had her regular yearly vaccinations and is in good health she should not need additional vaccinations. The day to day care of a pregnant mare is the same as it was before she was pregnant. If you feel she may need a supplement consult a vet first. It is also important that the pregnant mare stays on her regular worming program, foot care, and light exercise with enough turn-out time so she doesn't get bored and restless. Horses are creatures of habit and some can get upset when their routine is upset. Carry on as usual.
Assuming everything is as it should be, pretty darn good!
no fish should be pregnant before a year
No, as far as safety concern dog don't go outside before vaccinations
You don't have to off of it before getting pregnant
Generally, you can't, you have to cease getting the injections before trying to get pregnant.
No shots or vaccinations are required if you are travelling to Australia.
No the bible says Mary got pregnant before she married Joseph.
You can be up to two weeks late and not be pregnant but to be safe you should take a pregnancy test after you are seven days late.
Women who are pregnant or who may become pregnant should check with their physicians before using these drugs.
You usually ONLY get pregnant before a cycle. If you are having a cycle, then you are not pregnant, so your body is getting rid of the material that it built up over the past month getting you ready for pregnancy.
No, guinea pigs do not need vaccinations.
Same as before you had the abortion.
It doesn't matter, Vaccinations won't affect the chances of you getting pregnant. It depends on the vaccine. Generally, at least a month. For Rubella, you have to wait three months after its administration before you can try to conceive. That's why it's so important to have a pre-conception visit at least three months before planning to get pregnant. (You don't have that luxury with "oops" babies, of course.) You can find out then if you need to update vaccines, start a multi-vitamin and folic acid, and address any routine medical issues. It's also a good idea to get a basic blood workup before trying to conceive to test for thyroid problems, hormone imbalances, etc. Most of those things are automatically included in a pre-conception visit.
The chances of getting pregnant at 36 are the same as any other age before menopause.
The chances of getting pregnant before you have your period are higher because that is when you are most fertile in your ovulation stage. I advise condoms and birth control if you don't want to get pregnant.
you can have bleeding but typically "spotting" doesn't happen if you are pregnant. Some women however do spot when they are suppose to be getting their period, it all depends on the woman.