You likely can conceive if you previously had syphilis.
You normally won't conceive when you are not ovulating. Check out this article for more info: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/740849/trying_to_conceive_a_helpful_guide.html
Women Women are very likely to get away with it.
While it is somewhat more difficult to conceive past the age of 35, many women have children at that age and older. It is not unusual for a women well over 40 to have healthy children.
No. This is an oldwives tale. - river
Women are more often bitten by cats
At the same level of absolute consumption of alcohol, women are more likely to experience a blackout.
Yes, women are more likely to achieve Alzheimer's disease then men.
Usually women but more likely when pregnant
No they will not conceive as the result of anal sex To conceive sexual penetration and ejaculation needs to be done via the vagina.
Men are more likely than women to shake a child
Some women are more fertile than others, regardless of age.
Very likely, people do it all the time.
i do not have a figure, but in the first year men were more likely to die than women, as they were worked to death. In the later years women were more likely to die as then those not selected for work were more likely to be put to death.
Between men and women males are more likely to have it before women go through menopause. After women have gone through menopause they are equally likely to get it.
Likely white women.
No, women are more likely experience blackout than men.
the best way to conceive is missionary, or the man on top and women laying on her back
Women are more likely to have canker sores during their premenstrual period.
Women are more likely to experience nausea, shortness of breath and jaw pain. -amk
whatever age you want but from 35 up your baby is likely to get downs syndrome ==== Most women reach menopause - the point at which they can no longer conceive and have babies between the ages of 49 and 52 - although some women reach that point younger and some manage to conceive past 52. The oldest recorded age for woman to conceive more or less naturally was Dawn Brooke (UK) who conceived a son at the age of 59 years in 1997 while taking oestrogen. A few women have gotten pregnant in their 60s but they were ally via IVF.