Fertility Calculator And Due Date

Betty asks…

i get my periods once in 2months can i get pregnant within 3 months?or i need treatment?or can i go ahead?

i am married i had my last periods on january 10th and the next on march14th so i get my periods once in two months.can i get pregnant within three months on regular trying or else i need treatment?if yes what kind of treatment do i need?i am bit nervous on this.?hw can i predict my ovulation date?pls do me a favourable reply

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Don’t worry its not a problem or an issue..its very common in most of the womens so first just relax…First thing any women who is having periods can be pregnant so no problem with that…your second issue is you are not getting regular periods…in some cases (very few) some women ovulate even if they dont have regular periods…so first get it checked with a doctor.. (prefered with a fertility expert) if you dont ovulate then the first step the doc will do is bring your periods to regular may be by giving you metmorphine (glucophage) and then treat you for ovulation.. Sure you can get pregnant with in 3 months if god wills its just one time you need to have intercourse to get pregnant (right time) thats when your eggs break… Dont get nervous…once u start getting nervous its difficult for women to ovulate due to stress… Talk to a doctor its not advicible to do your own treatment as it not only your life but also a new life that you want to bring in…

Ovulation can be calculate with so many calculators available online…but in simple way they say ovulation starts from the 5th day of your periods and your egg breaks between 15 to 19th day depending on person to person..

Just relax and enjoy sex sure you will get pregnant ..but take an advice from an expert before having medication..

Take care of yourself may be god bless you with a child

Mandy asks…

can someone please give me advice on how to stop ttc and just let it happen?

i want to get it out of my head, and just let nature happen.. well at least that’s what i’m trying to do today.

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

That is very hard. No matter how hard you try not to concentrate on it. It is still painful each month when you find out you are not. This is my advice to you: I went to school to become a medical assistant. However, for now I am a stay at home mom. I have been pregnant 12 times and have had 7 miscarriages. Due to Endometriosis on my ovaries and other places on my famale organs. I was told by Doctors in 2007 I could no longer have any more children and I needed a hysterectomy because I was unable to concieve. I searched the Internet. I found a product called Ovulex. Which is now called Fertility Blend. They have a product for men also. They have a cheaper brand called Fertil Aid. That has the same ingredients. But I swear by Fertility Blend since it helped me. I bought the product and was pregnant within the first month. Now me and my hubby both took it. Didnt even take it the whole month. I ended up getting the flu, so I couldnt take it at times. It worked for me. I was very skeptic. If you google it and look it up you can find lots of success stories of all sorts of people who took it with POCS and those who have tried IVF. It worked for me. So, I would check it out and see what you think. I am ttc again. And am taking Fertil Aid. Not sure if that is working. I will update everyone if it does. This is my first month taking it. My period is due the 12th. Tests are coming out negative. My hubby hasnt been taking the product this time though. But it could just be early. Also, suggest googling a ovulation calculator and putting in the first day of you last period and the length of your cycle. This will tell you the dates you should ovulate on. Again, everyone is different. Make sure to have intercourse on those dates. Every day if at all possible. This may not work for everyone but it sure did for me. Hoping it does again this time. I suggest just checking out the website and looking at the success stories. It is worth while. I am still skeptic. But I had a baby girl last September. Good luck to you. Don’t give up. I am not and didnt last time. Take care, and god bless. Good luck to you, me, and others ttc. I also suggest trying to stay away from Clomid. It is a fertility product that the Doctor can perscribe. It is cheap, the generic brand is. But I took it and had a tubal-ectopic pregnancy. It also has really awful side effects and causes lots of cysts on your ovaries that are very painful. Especially, if they burst. It can put you in the hospital it is very painful. However, that product can help you if you want to have multiples. My friend took it and had twins. But she has also had miscarriages with it also.

Carol asks…

should i ask for a paternity test?

my girlfriend was on the pill and we had sex at the beginning of her period, i left town for work and she decided to go off the pill the day after i left. that was june 20, i didnt see her until july 14, around the 5 of august she told me she was pregnant, the doctor said he thinks she got pregnant around july 5 and the due date should be around april 5 today was the first ultra sound i couldnt go cause of work, she said that shes 7 weeks 2 days pregnant according to the ultra sound, according to the pregnancy calculator shes 9 weeks 2 days, im guessing cause the date of pregnancy and conception are 2 weeks apart, it places her fertility window between june 29 and july 9, her estimated conception date is the 4 of july, i was 1000 miles away, according to the calculator the due date is march 26 and the dr said april 9, the dr and the calculator are within 2 weeks of eachother so i believe they are accurate, i know that a girl can get pregnant up to 3 days after sex and it takes 3 or 4 days to concieve (when the egg attaches it self to the wall) but even with a weeks grace either way i cant figure how i got her pregnant, i really dont want to ask for a test cause it will harm our relationship but i dont wanna be with a cheater either, she swears she wouldnt cheat but weve all heard that before and when i ask questions about the dates she gets mad and accuses me of not trusting her, which kinda makes me wonder if i should, when i ask she sayd does it really matter? were having a baby, please help i care for her alot and id love to have a family with her but im not accepting a child thats not mine and im deffinetly not staying with a cheater

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

If her due date is April 5th, then her conception date is July 14th. You are already considered 2 weeks pregnant when you conceive. If the ultrasound said she is 7 weeks, two days, that means 5 weeks and two days ago you got her pregnant. Ultrasounds in the first trimester are highly accurate.

Don’t worry, you are the Daddy. Good luck!

Using http://www.babycenter.com/pregnancy-due-date-calculator?sub=true&lmp=false&month=6&day=14&year=2011
Congratulations! Your baby is due on or around:

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Right now you’re about 7 weeks pregnant and your baby is the size of a blueberry.
See your personalized calendar below for a list of exciting pregnancy milestones.
Also, learn how due dates are calculated.

Mark your calendar!

Here’s when you can expect several key pregnancy milestones to happen. (All dates are best guesses, since every woman’s pregnancy is different).

July 14, 2011 (2 weeks pregnant)

Your baby’s conceived

Doctors start counting pregnancy from the first day of your last period, so at conception you’re considered 2 weeks along.

Lizzie asks…

My husband & I have been trying to get pregnant with baby #2 for 7 months with no luck.?

The first date of my last period was June 22. I was supposed to get my period on July 20th, but so far nothing. I took a home pregnancy test on the 22nd, and it was negative. I’ve tried using ovulation calculators, but have no idea how long my cycle is or how long my “luetal” stage is. What’s the deal?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

You luetal phase is how many days after you ovulate that you get your period. If you ovulate on cycle day 12 and you get your period 14 days later then you luetal phase is 14 days. Just count the days from your normal ovulation date until you get your period and average it out through all your cycles and you should come up with a number. 14 is average and if you have normal periods then it’s probably around there.

You may have ovulated later than you normally do. If that’s the case then your period may not really be due yet, and may seem late when in fact it’s not. Wait a few days and if AF (Aunt Flow) is a no show test again.
I would suggest that you keep a BBT chart to help establish when you are ovulating, this may help you get pregnant. It may also answer some of the questions regarding your luetal phase.
Fertilityfriend.com has a great free interactive BBT chart, and fertility info.

HTH

Linda asks…

how do i know it’s implantation bleeding?

I’m two weeks from my period an am bleeding. I only see it when I wipe and have been feeling cramps. am I preggers?
is ovulation spotting so common that someone who has never had it have it all of a sudden. supposedly I ovulated on saturday.
thank you for your answer. It cleared up allot of confusion.

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

If you’re two weeks from your period, it’s more likely ovulation spotting. Implantation bleeding is extremely rare, and would likely happen within a week of your period being due. Ovulation spotting is actually a very good sign of high fertility.

You say ‘supposedly.’ Do you know for *sure*? Are you using an ovulation calculator? Because although a calculator can make an educated guess, your body ovulates on it’s own time. Not on an average based on many women that a calculator will give you. In all my years of ovulating, I have, a few times, experienced ovulation spotting. So yes, it can indeed happen all of a sudden even if you haven’t experienced it before. A day or 2 light bleeding and/or cramping right around ovulation is normal. It is another fertitlity sign that can help us identify where we are in our cycle. Its usually the result of sudden drop of estrogen just before ovulation.

The best way to track your ovulation – and to be able to be absolutely sure of the exact date – is to track your basal body temperature. Go to http://www.fertilityfriend.com and sign up for a free account. Take their online charting test. It will give you all the in’s and out’s of tracking your cycle.

The timing you’re giving in your question lines up with ovulation, not with implantation.

I wish you luck.

**********OK hold the phone. I just read another of your questions where you said you just got off birth control. Correct? This is likely just your body becoming adjusted to not being on birth control. Your body will usually take at least 2-3 months after stopping the birth control to regulate your cycles and ovulation again. I’m sorry.

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