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2 days
That entirely depends on the general mental attitude of the woman concerned, and on whether the pregnancy was planned. Most women in their late 30s and older are too sensible to be indulging in unplanned one-night-stands with no precautions in place, thus presumably their pregnancies are planned.
3 days
I had a little period this month and that's very unusual for me I had light spotting for 7 days my boobs starting getting milk again and my daughter is 3 almost 4 and I dry up like a year ago and I have stomach cramps with back pain i just starting dating this guy 3 weeks ago we were using the pulling out method and not too worried about it because according to him he has a low sperm count I have a obgyn appointment next Monday has anyone ever experience this before??
3 days
Naahhh... you should pay attention in your sex ed class.
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5 days
Hmm I would say no cause when you’re having sex for the fun of it there’s more passion it’s all about the sex... when you’re trying to make a baby it’s about making a baby not the fun.. not saying making a baby can’t be fun, but I don’t tell my partner when I’m taking ovulation tests as I don’t want him to feel like that’s the only reason we have sex at those times.
2 days
okay so a basic rundown, I ve been trying to get pregnant me and my BF had unprotected sex on sat 2/2 sund 2/9 and mon 2/10 my ovulation date was supposedly on mon 2/4 I went to the ER mon 2/10 and the test was negative. when should i take another test?
4 days
You can't and you shouldn't. If you're in a relationship with him, RESPECT him.
4 days
So I had unprotected sex on February 2 (it was also my ovulation date, as I track my period.) he came in me. Since then I’ve been having sore breasts, on and off headaches, back pain, and im so exhausted constantly and yesterday I had these weird tingling/feeling like a small needle going into my uterus on my right side (only right side) I’m also having thin creamy white discharge and a wet feeling. My period is due in 5 days. I want to be pregnant and I will be devastated if I’m not that’s why I’m scared to take a test.. just want some opinions
1 week
Me & my husband 1st started trying in May 2018 & got pregnant in June, but I ended up having a miscarriage the day after I found out I was pregnant. We then still continued to try a lot especially times I thought I was ovulating, but I would still be getting my period every month. Last month I started using ovulation test to see if I really was ovulating & it came out positive that I was, so my & my husband got intimate 2 times that same day, but I just got my period today...
5 days
Me and my boyfriend are trying for a babyBut he’s type 1 diabetic with gastroparesis, been giving a life scale of 5-10 years and now suffers from retrograde ejaculation due to his nerve damage. He told me yesterday he doesn’t think we could have children.He knows I want a child more than anything and it’s what he’s always wanted too so we’re gonna see if there’s anything possible to help us.Is there any way we could conceive with RE problem?If we ever went for IVF treatment or adoption (if conception failed), would we be turned down due to his life expectancy? I also have a heart condition which requires surgery in the future, would our health stop them from allowing us to have a child?Thank you.No negative comments please just helpful :)
5 days
Cd 27 af due tomorrow. First month ttc 13 dpoSymptoms I have are as follow:7dpo: lower abdominal cramps11dpo:increased urination, cramps12 dpo: very tired spent complete day in bed, mild cramps, sore throat,increased thirst. Headache13dpo: tired, sore throat, on and off cramps with lower back pain, stabbing pain in right ovary since morning on different intervals(last for few sec to few minutes)Very bloated even my clothes aren't fitting well, headache,increased urination.
5 days
I was supposed to start eating clomid from 8th feb to 12th feb but I started eating on 6th feb to 10th feb. Should i continue taking clomid until 12th feb ? Or i dont have to?
6 days
Without surgery and permanently