do what the doctor said don't worry because worrying can cause it not to happen it will happen when you least expect it just trust and believe and pray about it stay in prayer about it God said ask in my name and I shall give it unto you but first you must believe and you need to believe that everything is going to work out fine and you'll be pregnant before you know Good Luck!!
AnswerIf you are a female see a Gynecologist and ask your husband to consult qualified doctor.
If you've been trying for a year to eighteen months with no success, it's generally at that point that you should see a specialist.
To conceive is not always as easy as it sounds, and I feel that six months is far to short a time, I suggest ten months or a year.
First I would try to track my BBT, CM, and ovulation and use that schedule before I would see a doctor.
It depends on what you're trying to say. If you had the possibility of being a doctor, you could have been a doctor. If it was in your best interest to be a doctor, you should have been a doctor. Or if you're trying to distinguish between "could of" and "could have", it should be, you could have been a doctor.
NO! If you are trying to conceive discuss this with your doctor.
try laying on your back for a while after you and your husband are finished. this helps the semen get into the cervix more efficiently. PRAY children come from GOD
As far as i know from my doctor no it is not harder to get pregnant. You should let your body be off the pill/needle for about 3 months before trying to get pregnant from what my doctor told me.
If you are over 30, go see a doctor. It could be nothing, but just in case. They say after 6 months, you should consult with your doctor. If you are under 30, wait until it's been a year without getting pregnant and then go see your doctor. It could be nothing, but those are the standard reccomendations. Just relax and give it a few more months. Good luck!
You should not mix Tramadol and Diazepam if you have not been told to do so by a doctor. You should consult a doctor before trying to do this.
see your doctor and Find out if there is a problem.
3 months minimum.
Getting pregnant is not automatic. Couples have worked for years to get pregnant. Don't give up hope or trying, but if you become concerned you should ask your doctor for their help.
Your girlfriend might be on the pill. Or has a medical condition, in which case visit a doctor with her.
At 2 months it should be trying solid food but still drinking its mothers milk
Both you and your husband should be referred by your General Practitioner doctor to a Fertility Specialist for more in-depth tests. If your General Practitioner doctor refuses to refer you then you should seek a second opinion. Do not give up!
Answer The recommendation is 3 months.
You have to count on a around a year. If nothing after 12 months (which means 12 chances) you can both see a doctor.
go to the doctor and have them plant a seed in ya
Yes. You should let your Dr know that you are trying to get pregnant so they can make the proper adjustments to your medications.
My doctor said that you should wait 6 months after finishing all the treatment ( 3 shots), and are not supposed to get pregnant in between them. For example, if you receive the first shot in January 2008, then you get the second in March 2008, and the third one in July 2008... and by January 2009 you can start trying to get pregnant. Good Luck!
There are several ways to figure out if you are fertile. First, if you are trying to get pregnant or trying to impregnate somebody - it should happen within the first 6 months to a year of trying. If you are having trouble achieving a pregnancy, then you can try using Ovulation Tests, A Male Fertility Test or use a Fertility Monitor. You can also see your General Practioner for a referral to a Fertility Doctor.
If you truly love her and respect her and realize that she is trying to work things out with her husband, you should do the moral thing and let her go. Anything else and you will only cause her anxiety and frustration and that is definitely not going to get her back!
You may, or you may not. It might take months. You should keep trying, though.
After a year of not succeeding you can see a doctor to be evaluated.