Expert panel: Conception

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Avatar Lizdurk
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Hi, It is advisable to go to your Childhood Health Centre for ongoing care and advice for your newborn. They are all listed in your local telephon...

Answered: 26 Aug 2014
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Hi, If you've had pregnancy tests and they are all coming back as negative then this sounds pretty clear, however, if you are still concerned you m...

Answered: 04 May 2014
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Hi, I would think that your cycle of ovulation and fertility would be much the same as when you were bleeding for the 5-7 day pattern. If you regul...

Answered: 22 Apr 2014
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Hello, I'm not sure and I can't say, the only way to find out definitively is to do a pregnancy test. But you would be best to wait until your peri...

Answered: 22 Apr 2014
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Hi, You can test every morning if you want to; there's no set number of days between doing a home pregnancy test, but the cost of course can be a f...

Answered: 10 May 2014
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Hi, It really depends on the individual woman and her fertility how soon after Implanon removal she conceives. Theoretically conception can happen ...

Answered: 10 May 2014
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Hi, I can hear your frustration. It can seem that everything is against you when you are trying to conceive but quite often time is needed to try ...

Answered: 26 Aug 2014
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Hi, Your email ran our before it was completed. The brown discharge you had on 6/04 may have just been the end of your period, but are you saying y...

Answered: 10 Apr 2014
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Hi, You need to wait until your period is a least one week overdue before doing a prengancy test and then it is much more likely to be accurate. I ...

Answered: 08 Apr 2014
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Hi, I'm not sure. There is often a delay in return to normal menstrual cycles after miscarriage, and can take a couple of months for a return to th...

Answered: 30 Mar 2014
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Jane ...
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Hi, Don't be disheartened. The general consensus of advise is that fertile young couples who are having regular unprotected sex generally conceive ...

Answered: 30 Mar 2014
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I'm not sure. Are you talking about the 5 day difference between when you had intercourse and when the scan indicates conception occurred? If you a...

Answered: 08 Mar 2014
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Yes, anything is possible when it comes to conception. But this would be unlikely. Sperm can live for varying periods of time and depending on your...

Answered: 08 Mar 2014
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Your email ran out before I had a chance to get a complete picture of your question. But if it relates to fertility then I suggest you go back to t...

Answered: 02 Mar 2014
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It really depends on the individual woman and the reasons (if known) for her miscarriage in the first place. Some doctors say women should try to c...

Answered: 02 Mar 2014
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Sarah...
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Hi, It can take up to six months for your cycle to become more regular after removing an implant, if it was regular before the implant. Best wishe...

Answered: 08 Apr 2014
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Sarah...
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Hi, You need to wait until you have skipped a period and it is at least one week overdue before doing a pregnancy test. Then it is more likely to b...

Answered: 08 Apr 2014
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I think that if you are concerned then you need to speak with your GP or return to the centre where you had the scan and were prescribed the antibi...

Answered: 23 Feb 2014
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If you are pregnant then it is too early in your pregnancy to be experiencing these pregnancy symptoms. Fertilisation, if it did occur happens in t...

Answered: 16 Feb 2014
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If this is a change in your usual responses then I suggest a chat and examination with your GP may be useful. I cannot say if it will affect your f...

Answered: 16 Feb 2014
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I'm sorry but I don't understand your question. I'm guessing O means ovulation but AF and CM have me confused ? something mucous? I suggest you che...

Answered: 16 Feb 2014
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Conception can take up to 12 months after hormonal contraception has been ceased. However, some fertility specialists say that if pregnancy has not...

Answered: 16 Feb 2014
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Yes, it is common for women who are still breastfeeding to have irregular periods. If he has reduced his breastfeeding then this will affect your h...

Answered: 16 Feb 2014
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Sarah...
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Hi, You need to wait until you have skipped a period and it is a week overdue before doing a prengancy test. Then it is more likely to be positive....

Answered: 08 Apr 2014
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More than 50% or women will conceive within 12 months of their last Depo injection and more than 90% within two years. Check https://www.thewomens....

Answered: 07 Feb 2014
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Some women do bleed when they are pregnant. But what you are describing could have been an implantation bleed or a mid cycle bleed when you ovulat...

Answered: 01 Feb 2014
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Every woman has her own reasons for wanting to conceive, there is no one prescriptive answer for why this applies. Your previous pregnancies, the c...

Answered: 01 Feb 2014
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I hear that you are worried and concerned and can appreciate this, but honestly, this is not the best forum for you to be seeking advice. Your expe...

Answered: 27 Jan 2014
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IVF is a possibility after caesarian sections. The cut for CS is into the uterus itself and Tubal Ligations are limited to the fallopian tubes, bec...

Answered: 27 Jan 2014
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I strongly suggest you make an appointment with a fertility specialist who will be able to provide you with safe options which are right for you an...

Answered: 27 Jan 2014