start. Pregnancy after 35: Healthy moms, healthy babies Many women are delaying pregnancy well into their 30s and beyond — and delivering healthy babies.
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It's difficult to say exactly how long it will take to get pregnant. However, these general statistics may give you an idea of how long it will take. Normally fertile couples have a 20 to 30 per cent ...
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abortion? hi. thank god you are here, and i can ask my question without fear that i will be judged, or told that god will punish me for having an abortion by rendering me infertile...
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stopping the birth control pill? In: Birth Control Pill Answer At least one full period cycle, two if possible. Answer My doctor told me 2-3 months, but I have also heard people say to just wait ...
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It's difficult to say exactly how long it will take any one individual or couple to get pregnant.
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Assess the odds, up your chances, and glean advice from a midlife mom
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Healthy women from age 35 into their 40s usually have healthy pregnancies. If problems do arise, they can usually be successfully treated.
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the very first question that couples are asking when they try to get pregnant.
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BabyCenter You can start trying to get pregnant as soon as you stop taking the pill. You might want to finish your pill packet, however, to avoid annoying mid-cycle bleeding.
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