Because PCOS causes irregular periods. If you aren't getting periods that means you aren't ovulating. If you aren't ovulating, you can't conceive.
One way to know that you are ovulating is by examining your cervical mucus. The closer you are to ovulating, your cervical mucus will change from creamy look and texture to a transparent and sticky one. Another way to know your ovulation is to chart your basal body temperature. if you're ovulating, your body heat level will increase because the level of progesterone in your body rises.
A girl can become pregnant usually after puberty. This is because of her menstrual cycle. She must be ovulating though in order for her to conceive (become pregnant). Some women can have periods without ovulating so that would be the most important thing is that she ovulates.
a) Because you are ovulating b) Because you are about to get your period c) Because you are pregnant
Could be your ovulating? I get it when I'm ovulating I know the signs because we are trying for a baby
Because your milk ducts get bigger.
the best time to conceive is NEVER because when you get pregnant, you get AIDS
not nessesceraly because your body goes through whats called false manstrating which can go on for 28 months usaully and you might not be ovulating for up to 2 years on average thats what my gyno/obgyn said
You will not conceive during your period. However, if you were to ovulate a few days after your period, there is a chance of pregnancy. Ovulating a few days after your period is very unlikely.
No. Because you are not releasing eggs yet.
I don't think the other answer is correct, sperm lives for up to 5 days inside you and if there is sperm waiting then you have every chance of conceiving. Yes you will still ovulate as you haven't 'conceived' yet, you can't 'conceive' without an egg. Hope this helps I DON'T THINK IT IS POSSIBLE TO CONCEIVE 2 DAYS BEFORE OVULATION BECAUSE OVULATING IS THE RELEASE OF AN EGG FROM THE FALLOPIAN TUBE. IF THE EGG HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED (AS IN BEFORE OVULATION) THERE IS NOTHING FOR THE SPERM TO FERTILIZE.
Not exactly, estrogen-based hormones are usually the culprit, the problem is when progesterone is synthetically introduced say in the form of birth control pills, because it is the natural form of progesterone that can be beneficial as an agent against breast and endrometrial cancers. But synthetic progesterone does not switch on the gene responsible for mitigating harm because it is not recognized the way a natural progesterone is. Thus, using hormone therapy that is medical-based rather than natural forms of progesterone are less effective - try going to a healthstore and asking about Wild Yam and other progesterones that are natural depending upon why you might be interested in using progesterone.
Yes, although you could just be ovulating because many women spot when they are ovulating. If you miss your next period, take a test
Yes because you don't know when you're ovulating. But you may also not be ovulating, so it could go either way.
yes.. absolutely hydrophobic because it is a derivative from steroid hormone
Because it is generally 2 weeks after your last period.
This may be because you are ovulating, are pregnant or have a yeast infection.
Because Cronus caused Rhea to conceive him.
Yes, it could be because you're ovulating.
The corpus luteum is responsible for producing progesterone each month following ovulation. The corpus luteum develops in the ovary after the egg or secondary follicle is released. Progesterone levels increase after ovulation because the role of progesterone is to help the woman become more fertile. It enables the endometrium (layer of the uterus) to become more suitable for implantation. Progesterone peaks at levels above 10 ng/ml 5-9 days after ovulation. If the egg is not fertilized then the corpus luteum stops producing progesterone and the uterine lining breaks down. If the egg is fertilized then progesterone is produced for the remainder of the pregnancy.
No. Pregnancy tests detect the hormone hcg which your body produces when you are pregnant. Progesterone would not be picked up on a pregnancy test. If your test came back positive, you are pregnant. See a doctor to confirm.
When you're underweight, you can stop ovulating because you wouldn't have enough fat in your body to be able to cope with pregnancy. When you're not ovulating, you can't get pregnant. To counteract this, you just need to gain enough weight and eventually you'll start ovulating again.
Really light or no period because you are not ovulating
No, you can not get pregnant because you are not ovulating. 32% it may happen