Sterilisation of the woman has a 0.2% failure rate. If she and her partner are otherwise normal and do not use protection, there is an 85% chance of pergnancy occurring without the sterilisation. This means there is around a 1.6% probability of pergnancy in the first year after the procedure.
Your risk of getting pregnant is the same as any other time when you are fertile. Unless you are menopausal or pregnant, you have a chance of becoming pregnant from having sex.
Our doctor told us the probability was 4%.
...i do believe that if you are ovulating, there is a chance of becoming pregnant...
a woman becoming pregnant for the first time.
No a teen has just as much of a chance of becoming pregnant as an older woman.
Woman can always get pregnant unless if she or her partner is sterile. It's during the beginning of the cycle and end of the cycle that the chances of becoming pregnant skyrocket.
the women becomes Sterilized- Sterilisation
In general, there are 5 to 6 fertile days every month (the day of ovulation and the 5 to 6 days before ovulation). So there are 60 to 72 days a year that a woman has a chance of becoming pregnant.
You can get pregnant from sexual intercourse anywhere in your menstrual cycle, although the probability would be higher if a woman were on her 14th day, where she ovulates.
No. When a woman has intercourse for the first time, she is no more or less likely to become pregnant than if she has had sex 500 times.
In rare cases yes. Normally women with fibroids have no harder of a time becoming pregnant than a normal woman. If you feel that you may be having issues you should see your Dr for an exam and to discuss your options.
No. Once pregnant, a woman can't get pregnant-er.
A woman with hpv can get pregnant.
No; a woman will not ovulate if she is pregnant.
It is possible that she could, but the chances get lower as you get older
A pregnant woman should never lift heavy objects. A pregnant woman shouldn't eat sushi. A pregnant woman shouldn't smoke.
There is nothing about a "slip disc" (sic) that will prevent a woman from becoming pregnant, so, yes. However, the strain of pregnancy may increase the back pain experienced by this woman, and may make ambulation difficult and painful, depending on the location and severity of the "slip."
Both rubella (German measles) and chickenpox can cause severe birth defects or fetal or infant death if a woman gets them while pregnant. Since they are vaccine-preventable, it makes sense for women to protect themselves before they get pregnant.
Yes, a cisgender woman can become pregnant from a transgender woman.
I heard the odds are less than 1% after trying for a year.
When a woman has a high cervix, it means that the uterus is placed high in the pelvic cavity. This will not interfere with becoming pregnant though.
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A baby can not tell a woman is pregnant.
A pregnant woman can be treated with gonorrhea.