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Hi OK not a doctor, doing research on your question just found one answer, and it stated male sperm does not carry cancer, sorry but that's all I...
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Hi, See your doctor or gyno, you may need a D&C, if you look at the piece below it says n about most of your problem's.Dilatation and...
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Hi I found this great link you should read it all.Bot on a personal note, being around spray paint and its mists is not a great Idea, and being...
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Hi, See if this helps, should be all you need to know.Implantation bleeding may be an early sign of pregnancy for approximately 1/3 of all women who...
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Yes...you can virtually get pregnant anytime that you are ovulating and have unprotected sex.
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I'm no doctor but I would venture to say that you were probably just late coming on to your period. Sometimes your periods can be heavier I'm...
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You can get pregnant at any time. Take a test.
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Yes! I was nauseous with both of my pregnancies early on. I never threw up, I was just constantly icky feeling. Good luck!
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You should talk to your doctor about it to make sure there isn't an underlying medical condition.  Some women do have very light periods...
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Friday October 18. it goes by the first day of your last period.
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The answer is yes. Ovulation occurs midcycle but cycles can vary from month to month...As can the day a woman ovulates. This can vary from...
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Pregnancy is really about numbers: one of your wife's eggs available for fertilization (at the time of ovulation), and a few hundred million of...
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In general, it should not affect your ablity to concieve a child. I would still talk about this with your OB-GYN and let them know you are interest...
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Conception is the fertilization of an egg by a sperm.
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