Probably not very good at all. I don't think it could be possible, but, I'm not a doctor and I don't know for sure. I'm almost 53 and I've been in Menopause since the age of 46. I can't imagine carrying a baby around in my body at this stage of the game.
Go to your doctor and have a hormone level check. There have been plenty of pregnant women who thought menopause was the end. Babies from this event have been nicknamed "cabooses" or oops..
Women can have decreasing hormones during 7 years before entering menopause. This time is called pre-menopause.
very high you are very fertile after pregnancy for about 7-14 days they always tell you to use extra protection straight after a full term pregnancy ,termination or miscarriage
AnswerThe pill will work alone after 7 days to prevent you from getting pregnant. AnswerNo form of birth control is 100% effective. The pill is probably the most effective, at 99% or thereabouts. So the chances of pregnancy while using the pill are something less than 1%.
I am having a very bad menstrual cycle with cramps and clots. I have not had one in over 3 years. wondering should i go to the doctor or just see what happens and how long. I have had menopause for the last 7 years and my cycle stopped completely in march of 2005
can i get pregnant after my husband had a vasectomy 7 years ago?
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Chances of pregnancy are very likely!!! Condoms aren't 100%.
1. during pregnancy, we already "alive" for nearly a year, so when you are 7 years old, actually you are close to eight years old 2. according to buddhism, there is a "reborn". So if you are reborn, when you are 7 years old, you may be few hundred or few thousand years old.
Yes you can still file a police report, but the chances of conviction are extremely slim...
The only way to really be sure is to see a doctor. But the chances of seven pregnancy tests all giving false positives is very very small.
chances of rolling doubles = 1/6 (assuming you are using a six-sided die) chances of rolling doubles 7 times in a row = (1/6)^7, or 0.0003572%
Anything up to 7 days from when your period is due (determined according to your average menstrual cycle length - average length of your last six cycles) is considered normal. It's also normal if in your teens or approaching menopause for your cycles to be a little erratic. If you are sexually active and concerned about pregnancy then over 7 days is a reasonable time to start getting worried - you can take a pregnancy test from 2 weeks after you had sex, so if you're worried about pregnancy take a pregnancy test to ease your mind.
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http://www.multikulti.org.uk/en/health/ectopic-pregnancy/ the above website says this: If one of the tubes ruptured or was removed, a woman will continue to ovulate as before, but here chances of conceiving will be reduced to about 50%. The overall chances of a repeat ectopic are between 7
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You may be entering the early stages of menopause. During the early stages, your period will come and go sporadically until it finally stops forever.
The average menstrual phase will last around 5-7 days.Females will continue to menstruate up until menopause at around 45-55 years old.
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A ultrasound will pick up pregnancy between 5-7 weeks into pregnancy.
The chances are slim to none and if you do get pregnant it will be a high risk pregnancy because of all the strain the pill has put on your body. If you want to stay pregnant I'd quit the pill and go see a doctor but if you dont want to get pregnant I'd still go see a doctor. Ectopic (tubular) pregnancy, if not taken care of and if ignored can cause you to lose one if not two fallopian tubes and can cause you to die if it is let go long enough. Good luck
Yes, a woman can enter peri-menopause a full 7 years before her periods cease. During peri-menopause, hormones begin to decrease. Periods can be lighter or irregular. However, women between 35 and late 40s CAN still become pregnant! So it's important to continue using birth control even while you notice changes in your monthly cycles.When your periods have completely ceased for 6 months, you can be sure you have entered menopause.You may have menopausal symptoms, particularly, hot flashes. Some women have few menopausalsymptoms.Menopause can also occur after removal of both ovaries (surgical menopause).Note: Men over 40 can also go through andropause.
I am pregnant as the result of ovulation on CD 7 - 8! I got a positive pregnancy test on CD 15. My beta hCG two days ago was 49. Today it is 137! So far my doctor is confident this is a viable pregnancy. So it is VERY possible!
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If you have healed and gotten your period back there is no pregnancy hormones so no it can not.