You are on lisopress high blood medication and want to become pregnant is this safe or what medication is?
Is it possible to get pregnant when you have PCOS but have been off your medication for little over a month?
It's always possible to get pregnant, with or without PCOS. Medication is perscribed for a reason, and should be taken regularly, depending on what type of medication you are on it may be risky to go on and off of the medication. If you are on a birth control treatment it wouldn't be possible for you to get pregnant if you took your medication regularly before. Birth control builds up in the blood stream, just…
That is because each month, the uterus grows a lining that fills with blood. This extra blood helps make pregnancy possible. That blood will be necessary to nourish the fetus, should a woman become pregnant. If she doesn't become pregnant, all this extra blood and tissue is shed and discharged from the body. Then this process starts again. That is called the menstrual cycle.
When you are not on your period the lining of your womb thickens (it is made of blood) and this is the best time to have sex if you want to become pregnant. If you do become pregnant you will miss your period because the lining is needed for the baby to grow. If you don't become pregnant, when your period is due the lining will be 'flushed' out of your body through the vagina…
Your period is a week late never late previously you are not under stress not taking any medication Took a blood test which was negative What are the chances of being pregnant?
Is it possible to get pregnant if the guys is on medication for high blood pressure diabetes and high cholesterol?
Alcohol is a mild blood thinner and a pulmonary embolism is a clot, so it would affect it positively. But if you are on blood thinning medication after suffering a pulmonary embolism, it is not wise to consume large amounts of alcohol because your blood can become too thin, or your medication doseage could change if you drink around when you get your Pro-Time (blood test that tells how thin your blood is) done.
You have to have a blood pressure to be alive, which is required in order to become pregnant. So probably there's a problem with your blood pressure, and you're wondering if it's still safe to try for a baby. There's no general answer to that, so speak to your doc who knows wha'ts going on with your blood pressure in the first place.
If you want to have children you will have to educate yourself about the negative blood type. If you become pregnant with a child that has positive blood, you may encounter complications if not treated. There is a simple shot they will give you while pregnant and after giving birth that will prevent any problems.
female dogs can get pregnant as soon as they start going into heat. You may notice small spots of blood on the floor, in the snow etc. That is from your dog having her period, from this point on she can become pregnant. I personally have had a dog that got pregnant at 7 months had her litter and got pregnant right after.