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  • Answer: I had an ectopic pregnancy and got pregnant about 6months afterwards. Medical experts say it can take up to 18months though so I believe I am very very lucky!Good Luck!
  • Answer: Take a test that estimates your time of ovulation and have sex during that time. I do not suggest taking fertility medications unless you want the possibility of 6 children at once! Though it is not too common it still happens (John and Kate plus 8!). Be sure to start taking prenatal vitamins before pregnancy so that you have a good supply of folic acid in your body (it helps the baby form properly.). Good luck!
  • Answer: Yes, you can. It is recommended to wait about a month after childbirth.
  • Answer: Yes, unless your doctor advises otherwise. As pregnancy advances you will need to consider different positions and, if discomfort is experienced, consult your doctor.In the late stages of pregnancy, also consult your doctor.
    As long as you are comfortable-most women do
  • Answer: Your Dr will be able to tell you this if you are unsure, but it goes by the first day of your last period.
  • Answer: A urinary tact infection.
  • Answer: ive been getting these pains in my stomach and lower back and occasional kicks in my stomach. aswell as dark brown clots with bright red spotting. 2 urine pregnancy test were negative. if i am p regoz i would be round bout 4months
  • Answer: As long as you have no history of miscarriage and have not been diagnosed with a low placenta you can have sex right up until you go into labor, as long as you feel like it.
  • Answer: Dont get pregnant!
  • Answer: There is 3. Invitro, Artificial Insamination, and Normal
  • Answer: When women have an ectopic pregnancy, they may not know that theyare pregnant at the time. Usually, signs of an ectopic pregnancywould include pelvic or abdominal pain, vaginal spotting or if thefallopian tube ruptures, there may be signs of shock.
  • Answer: Sure, just take all normal safety measures you would take if not pregnant.
  • Answer: An ectopic pregnancy occurs when the baby starts to develop outside the womb (uterus). The most common site for an ectopic pregnancy is within one of the tubes through which the egg passes from the ovary to the uterus (fallopian tube). However, in rare cases, ectopic pregnancies can occur in the ovary, stomach area, or cervix.
    An ectopic pregnancy is usually caused by a condition that blocks or slows the movement of a fertilized egg through the fallopian tube to the uterus. This may be caused by a physical blockage in the tube.



    Symptoms of Ectopic Pregnancy


    • Pain in the lower abdomen, and inflammation
    • Pain while urinating
    • Pain while having a bowel movement
    • External bleeding is due to the falling progesterone levels.

    Ectopic pregnancy is when the fertilised egg implants itself withinone of the fallopian tubes rather than within the uterus, as theembryo grows it outgrows the small space of the fallopian tube andif not caught soon enough this can prove fatal.

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  • ive been getting these pains in my stomach and lower back and occasional kicks in my stomach. aswell as dark brown clots with bright red spotting. 2 urine pregnancy test were negative. if i am p regoz i would be round bout 4months

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