• How do you make sense of the tragedy of the still born birth of an otherwise healthy baby?

    Best answer: So many things in the world make no sense to us. We live the best we can and mourn for the tragedies that happen everyday. A person's religious faith can often be of help.
    Best answer: So many things in the world make no sense to us. We live the best we can and mourn for the tragedies that happen everyday. A person's religious faith can often be of help.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • Any doctors here please?

    What does this SA mean? I have to wait 2 weeks to meet my local doctor and i am a bit anxious. Thank you.
    What does this SA mean? I have to wait 2 weeks to meet my local doctor and i am a bit anxious. Thank you.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I find known sperm donors?

    I tried going through the banks but they want 1000 per vial each company my clinic accepts. On average, I would need three vials per insemination. Personally, that's too much to spend with the IVF expenses. I'm looking into other options but am coming out short. Any suggestions?
    I tried going through the banks but they want 1000 per vial each company my clinic accepts. On average, I would need three vials per insemination. Personally, that's too much to spend with the IVF expenses. I'm looking into other options but am coming out short. Any suggestions?
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • False positive or real?

    Took a test that I didn’t get to read in time and can’t get another test til Friday. From what I read evap lines are grey and this is definitely blue. Help?
    Took a test that I didn’t get to read in time and can’t get another test til Friday. From what I read evap lines are grey and this is definitely blue. Help?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Miscarried for the second time?

    Best answer: The next step is to consult a doctor to find out if there is a medical reason this keeps happening.

    There may be something that can be done to improve your chances.

    Good luck.
    Best answer: The next step is to consult a doctor to find out if there is a medical reason this keeps happening.

    There may be something that can be done to improve your chances.

    Good luck.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • IUI without Injectables or Meds?

    My wife and I are going to be attempting our first round of IUI fairly soon (within the coming weeks) and we aren’t using any kind of fertility drugs. She wants this to be as natural as possible since we only need a specialist because we are a same sex couple. What is the success rate or anyone have any... show more
    My wife and I are going to be attempting our first round of IUI fairly soon (within the coming weeks) and we aren’t using any kind of fertility drugs. She wants this to be as natural as possible since we only need a specialist because we are a same sex couple. What is the success rate or anyone have any suggestions. It’s hard to find information about drug free IUIs. Thanks in Advance
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I choose college or the baby?

    Best answer: One thing you'll learn about being a parent is that things rarely go according to your plans. Since it does sound like you have wanted this baby for a long time, I'd consider keeping it. You can always go back to college after Baby is born. Is it ideal? No. Will it be easy? No. But it is possible. Just... show more
    Best answer: One thing you'll learn about being a parent is that things rarely go according to your plans. Since it does sound like you have wanted this baby for a long time, I'd consider keeping it. You can always go back to college after Baby is born. Is it ideal? No. Will it be easy? No. But it is possible.

    Just because you are due at a certain time, it doesn't mean you'll actually go into labor on that date. In fact, most first babies are at least a week late. So there is a good chance you'll still be able to sit your exams.

    I would get in touch with your counselor at school and explain everything to them. Since you're in college, its possible you could just finish this semester and take next semester off to avoid having to deal with having the baby close to finals. You can always return to school over the summer to make the time up. But I don't think you need to worry about dropping out before this semester is over.

    You are not the first woman to get pregnant and have a due date near finals. Your school will be able to work with you. It may also be beneficial if you look into online school. That way you can continue to finish classes even if you aren't going to a campus. You can get a few classes done and then transfer back to your college and continue like normal once you are ready to return to things.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What will the fertility rate be in 2200?

    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • PCOS-Irregular periods-ovulation?

    Hello, I have a question I cant really find a direct answer to. I have PCOS and irregular periods. I was wondering if when I actually have a period, does that mean I have ovulated for that month and have a chance of becoming pregnant? I ask because August 15th of this year was the start date of my LMP... ( my... show more
    Hello, I have a question I cant really find a direct answer to. I have PCOS and irregular periods. I was wondering if when I actually have a period, does that mean I have ovulated for that month and have a chance of becoming pregnant? I ask because August 15th of this year was the start date of my LMP... ( my first one since Jan 10th 2018) and I havent had one since. Should I chalk it up to my irregularity, or is there a chance I actually ovulated and could be pregnant? I just hate the overwhelming dissapointment of not conceiving and would rather not work myself up and get excited for testing if there is no possible way of it happening. Thanks in advance for any answers.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Artificial Insemination at age 18?

    Best answer: You’re honestly too young to have a baby and still be in college. Babies are a lot of work and if you have a baby now you’ll have trouble finishing college. I’m 18 with pcos and I know I’m not ready yet. My obgyn told me if I wanna have kids in the future I need to go on estrogen meds. Please don’t ruin your life,... show more
    Best answer: You’re honestly too young to have a baby and still be in college. Babies are a lot of work and if you have a baby now you’ll have trouble finishing college. I’m 18 with pcos and I know I’m not ready yet. My obgyn told me if I wanna have kids in the future I need to go on estrogen meds. Please don’t ruin your life, I’ve seen many teen moms throw away their young life over this. It’s better when you’re financially ready. Plus at age 18 it’s gonna be tough affording it. Waiting until your twenties is better. But seriously it’s not that easy.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Cramping after ovulation?

    Ok so me and my boyfriend just started trying for a baby. I had sex the day before and on my ovulation day. Let me just say I never get cramps during or after ovulation, just when my period is about to come. I started mild cramping 2-3 dpo and then 4 dpo I had heavy cramping, 5 dpo went back to mild cramping and... show more
    Ok so me and my boyfriend just started trying for a baby. I had sex the day before and on my ovulation day. Let me just say I never get cramps during or after ovulation, just when my period is about to come. I started mild cramping 2-3 dpo and then 4 dpo I had heavy cramping, 5 dpo went back to mild cramping and then today I had mild-heavy cramping. What is going on? I did take a pregnancy test but its negative although I know it's too early to test. Is this possible signs of pregnancy? Anyone ever deal with this?
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago