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what is the risk of getting pregnant if he pulled out on your ovulation day?

Kara asked on 27 Nov '12 at 02:40

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Emma . answer on 28 Nov '12 at 06:13

there is a lot of risk cause even with pre cum its possible to get pregnant...but there are chances you may not if you have been doing it before...

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Krish answer on 24 Nov '11 at 15:31

Before starting planning for pregnancy, It is necessary to have some useful information regarding pregnancy like your body, periods and health.  Go through useful information given in this website to understand all about pregnancy and complication arises because of it.

Menstruation is a monthly cyclic, physiological shedding of internal lining of uterine cavity due to invisible interplay of female hormones. In simple terms, it is a regular monthly bleeding which a woman experiences. The first menstruation occurs usually at the age of 12 – 15 years. It is also called as ‘menarche’. Fertilization is a process of meeting (after mating) of the sperm with a mature egg. It begins with sperm egg collision and ends with a formation of life called zygote (single mononucleotide cell mass). The ovum immediately following ovulation is picked up by the fibril end of the fallopian tube and is rapidly transported to the ampullary part of the tube. The fertile period is period around ovulation, during which if relations are kept, the chances of pregnancy are high. In order to improve the chances of pregnancy, it is important to understand how to calculate the fertile period.

Finding out you are pregnant is one of the most exciting times of your life, even if you have been preparing for it for some time. Once you have confirmed your pregnancy you can check out some of the common complaints you may suffer from over the coming months and also ways of managing morning sickness. Possible First sign of pregnancy is absence of periods.

When you're pregnant, certain medical conditions can be dangerous for you and your developing baby, but you might not even be aware of some of these potential health risks. So, it's important to have a thorough medical exam before you become pregnant. The world Pregnancy Association offers this list of potential risk factors:

  • Diabetes and high blood pressure should be diagnosed and well-controlled before pregnancy.
  • Anemia can trigger symptoms of weakness and fatigue. A complete blood count (CBC) is used to measure factors including hemoglobin, red and white blood cell count, and platelet appearance.
  • A test measuring thyroid-stimulating hormone can help determine if your thyroid is overactive or underactive. Either condition could pose risks for you and the developing baby.
  • You should always be checked for loveually transmitted diseases before you become pregnant.

 


Krish answer on 24 Nov '11 at 16:22

You can pregnant as soon as you ovulate. Some women ovulate four to six weeks after delivery. Others (particularly breast feeding moms) may have their first ovulation much later.

How can you tell if you've ovulated? If you have a period. Unfortunately, this is not a good way to predict when you will need contraception.

To avoid pregnancy soon after birth:

1. Avoid loveual intercourse for 6 weeks after delivery. This will also allow the uterus to involute properly, the vaginal tissues to heal, and decrease the risk of a uterine infection.

2. Discuss contraception with your doctor before you leave the hospital. If you plan to go on the pill, a prescription can be given to you at this time and you can start it at the appropriate time. If you plan to use depoprovera or get an IUD, let your doctor know so he or she can discuss timing with you.

3. DO NOT DEPEND on breast feeding for contraception. Unless you are breast feeding around the clock without supplementation, you probably won't get a protective effect. Even then, you can still ovulate and conceive at any time.





Krish g answer on 18 May '12 at 01:06

Before starting planning for pregnancy, It is necessary to have some useful information regarding pregnancy like your body, periods and health.  Go through useful information given in this website to understand all about pregnancy and complication arises because of it.

Menstruation is a monthly cyclic, physiological shedding of internal lining of uterine cavity due to invisible interplay of female hormones. In simple terms, it is a regular monthly bleeding which a woman experiences. The first menstruation occurs usually at the age of 12 – 15 years. It is also called as ‘menarche’. Fertilization is a process of meeting (after mating) of the sperm with a mature egg. It begins with sperm egg collision and ends with a formation of life called zygote (single mononucleotide cell mass). The ovum immediately following ovulation is picked up by the fibril end of the fallopian tube and is rapidly transported to the ampullary part of the tube. The fertile period is period around ovulation, during which if relations are kept, the chances of pregnancy are high. In order to improve the chances of pregnancy, it is important to understand how to calculate the fertile period.

Finding out you are pregnant is one of the most exciting times of your life, even if you have been preparing for it for some time. Once you have confirmed your pregnancy you can check out some of the common complaints you may suffer from over the coming months and also ways of managing morning sickness. Possible First sign of pregnancy is absence of periods.

When you're pregnant, certain medical conditions can be dangerous for you and your developing baby, but you might not even be aware of some of these potential health risks. So, it's important to have a thorough medical exam before you become pregnant. The world Pregnancy Association offers this list of potential risk factors:

  • Diabetes and high blood pressure should be diagnosed and well-controlled before pregnancy.
  • Anemia can trigger symptoms of weakness and fatigue. A complete blood count (CBC) is used to measure factors including hemoglobin, red and white blood cell count, and platelet appearance.
  • A test measuring thyroid-stimulating hormone can help determine if your thyroid is overactive or underactive. Either condition could pose risks for you and the developing baby.
  • You should always be checked for loveually transmitted diseases before you become pregnant.

Krish g answer on 18 May '12 at 01:08

Before starting planning for pregnancy, It is necessary to have some useful information regarding pregnancy like your body, periods and health.  Go through useful information given in this website to understand all about pregnancy and complication arises because of it.

Menstruation is a monthly cyclic, physiological shedding of internal lining of uterine cavity due to invisible interplay of female hormones. In simple terms, it is a regular monthly bleeding which a woman experiences. The first menstruation occurs usually at the age of 12 – 15 years. It is also called as ‘menarche’. Fertilization is a process of meeting (after mating) of the sperm with a mature egg. It begins with sperm egg collision and ends with a formation of life called zygote (single mononucleotide cell mass). The ovum immediately following ovulation is picked up by the fibril end of the fallopian tube and is rapidly transported to the ampullary part of the tube. The fertile period is period around ovulation, during which if relations are kept, the chances of pregnancy are high. In order to improve the chances of pregnancy, it is important to understand how to calculate the fertile period.

Finding out you are pregnant is one of the most exciting times of your life, even if you have been preparing for it for some time. Once you have confirmed your pregnancy you can check out some of the common complaints you may suffer from over the coming months and also ways of managing morning sickness. Possible First sign of pregnancy is absence of periods.

When you're pregnant, certain medical conditions can be dangerous for you and your developing baby, but you might not even be aware of some of these potential health risks. So, it's important to have a thorough medical exam before you become pregnant. The world Pregnancy Association offers this list of potential risk factors:

Diabetes and high blood pressure should be diagnosed and well-controlled before pregnancy.

Anemia can trigger symptoms of weakness and fatigue. A complete blood count (CBC) is used to measure factors including hemoglobin, red and white blood cell count, and platelet appearance.

  • A test measuring thyroid-stimulating hormone can help determine if your thyroid is overactive or underactive. Either condition could pose risks for you and the developing baby.
  • You should always be checked for loveually transmitted diseases before you become pregnant.

 


Krish g answer on 31 May '12 at 02:30

Ovulation Calculator -- -------------------- To increase the chances of getting pregnant, you need to have loveual intercourse in your fertile period. But how do you find out the mOSt fertile days of the month? For this you have to know the days when your ovaries release an egg which is ready for fertilization. In order to help you to determine your ovulation process, IndiaParenting.com presents an ovulation calculator. This calculator finds your fertile days as per the first day of your last menstrual cycle. You can pinpoint a likely time of ovulation by counting backward from the date you expect your next period. You need to know the length of your cycle, which can be anywhere from 24 to 40 days long. You will ovulate from 12 to 16 days before your period begins. To help determine the time range for your own ovulation, try our ovulation calculator. You have to just tell us the first day of your last menstrual period and the average length of your cycle. The calculator takes day 14 (the middle day in the spread) and the length of your cycle as it's deciding factors. Disclaimer: While the calculator is certainly of help, you must also pay attention to other cyclic factors affecting conception, such as basal body temperature and cervical mucus. Moreover, if your menstrual cycle is irregular, you may have trouble in pinpointing your ovulation time as per the calculator. How to Increase Chances of Getting Pregnan --- -------------------------------------------- Natural steps to take in order to increase your chances of getting pregnant. 1.Take care of yourself - Staying in good health will increase fertility, and your chance of becoming pregnant. Eat, sleep, and exercise as you should, on a regular basis. 2.Track your fertility - Use an ovulation calendar in order to track your fertility cycle. This simple step can greatly increase the odds of conception. 3.Try to conceive in the morning.- Get busy in the morning. A man's sperm count is higher early in the morning; don't wait! 4.Stop drinking alcohol - Alcohol affects your body and can hurt your chances of getting pregnant. It can also run the risk of harming your baby if you conceive unknowingly. 5.Stress less - Stress can negatively affect your attempts to get pregnant if you don't keep it in check. Rest, regular exercise, and healthy relationships are all conducive to a successful pregnancy. 6.Keep your partner healthy - Make sure your partner is also taking care of their health; eating right, exercising, and steering clear of alcohol and drugs. It takes two to make a healthy baby!Early pregnancy tests can now be taken 5-4 days before period should start. If you don't know when you start your next period but you know when you had unprotected intercourse take the test 19 days after love. If you don't know when you had unprotected love but you know when your next period should due take the test a week after your period was supposed to start (but it didn't). If you don't know either of them wait 45 days after the first day of your LAST menstrual period.