Expert panel: Conception

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Avatar Suzie...
Sarah...
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Hi, You can use your dates to calculate your pregnancy. If you know your first day of your last period you would have conceived about 2 weeks after...

Answered: 16 Jan 2013
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Sarah...
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Hi, Ovulation occurs 14 days before your next period so if you have a 28 day cycle you will ovulate on day 14. If the cycle is longer you will ovul...

Answered: 16 Jan 2013
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Jane ...
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Only if you are affected to the point of not wanting to have sex, obviously this is an essential component of successful conception. There is a dif...

Answered: 05 Jan 2013
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Sarah...
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Hi, The change in your cycle is your own cycle coming back into its own rhthym. It may be a temporary thing however, this may be the normal cycle f...

Answered: 16 Jan 2013
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Sarah...
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Hi, Yes it is possible. It does depend on the type of testing that you are doing and also how your body responds to ovulation. Many women do get a ...

Answered: 27 Nov 2012
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Sarah...
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Hi, Yes it is possible. It is probably best to wait until you have missed your period and then repeat the test. Then you will be more certain of th...

Answered: 27 Nov 2012
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Sarah...
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Hi, THere are many hormonal fluctuations when you remove the implanon. It will take up to 6 months for your cycle to return to normal. Try not to w...

Answered: 27 Nov 2012
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Sarah...
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Hi, Home pregnancy tests are very accurate. The doctor probably does not want to do all of the blood tests until you are closer to 8 weeks. Best wi...

Answered: 27 Nov 2012
Avatar Canda...
Sarah...
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Hi, Try not to worry too much at this stage. It can get quite frustrating when you are trying to conceive but sometimes the stress can have a negat...

Answered: 27 Nov 2012
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Sarah...
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Hi, It can take several months for this drug to wear off and it does depend how long you were on the drug as well. More than likley your periods sh...

Answered: 31 Oct 2012
Avatar Madga...
Sarah...
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Hi, It can take several months before the drug is out of your system, however, some women do conceive the next cycle. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 31 Oct 2012
Avatar Kelz_h
Sarah...
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Hi, You need to repeat thte pregnancy test. If it is negative you may have an infection that needs treating. Please visi tyour GP for follow up tre...

Answered: 31 Oct 2012
Avatar Dayol...
Sarah...
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Hi, THere are many factors that can determine a baby's sex. THere is a theory that a boy will be conceived if you try very close to your ovulation ...

Answered: 31 Oct 2012
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Sarah...
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Hi, If you have been trying for over a year you both need to visit your GP for a check up. There may be a minor issue that is causing the difficult...

Answered: 31 Oct 2012
Avatar Sammy...
Sarah...
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Hi, If you do not want to conceive it is advisable to use a more reliable form of contraception and if you do think that you may be pregnant you ne...

Answered: 31 Oct 2012
Avatar Littl...
Sarah...
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Hi, Try not to get too stressed about it. Sometimes a change or a holiday can help. You need to be sure that you and your partner have both been ch...

Answered: 16 Oct 2012
Avatar momma...
Sarah...
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Hi, You need to talk to your GP for advice so that you can have your hormone levels checked for signs of ovulation. If you are ovulating you will b...

Answered: 16 Oct 2012
Avatar Melan...
Sarah...
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Hi, Stopping the pill mid packet won't have mucked up your actual cycle - once you have had a period your body should settle back into its usual me...

Answered: 16 Oct 2012
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Sarah...
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Hi, Congratulations! It is fine for the pregnancy to continue. You may be a little out with your dates but an early scan will double check this. Us...

Answered: 16 Oct 2012
Avatar Eric.a
Sarah...
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Hi, You may be going through a bit of a change in your cycle. If you are concerned you need to visit your GP for a check up. If you do not wish to ...

Answered: 16 Oct 2012
Avatar XoBec...
Sarah...
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Hi, THe scan date and your dates are very close so more than likley your dates are accurate. Talk to your GP a bit more about your concerns and the...

Answered: 31 Oct 2012
Avatar Steph...
Sarah...
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Hi, I am very sorry but it is very difficult for me to be able to correctly advise on your medical history. You need to be as fit and as healthy as...

Answered: 16 Oct 2012
Avatar Beaut...
Sarah...
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Hi, It is possible that you were fertile at that time. If you think that you are pregnant you can do a pregnancy test but it is best to wait until ...

Answered: 11 Sep 2012
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Sarah...
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Hi, Congratulations. If you do visit your GP you will have a blood test to test for any existing problems. Otherwise there is not much else that wi...

Answered: 11 Sep 2012
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Sarah...
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Hi, Unfortunately, it is very difficult for me to predict how long it could take. If you did have problems previously you could have these again. T...

Answered: 11 Sep 2012
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Sarah...
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Hi, You can start to try agina as soon as you feel up to it. You don't have to wait until you get a period. Once you are pregnant again you have si...

Answered: 11 Sep 2012
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Sarah...
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Hi, This is quite common in pregnancy and it is from the extra strain on your body. They should go away and they will fade over time. THere is noth...

Answered: 29 Aug 2012