pregnancy can only occur when the egg is released. at ovulation. the sperm can live in the body for a little time. so the chances of concieving with the sperm sitting there waiting at the time of the egg release are good from the night before. once the egg is released and it isnt met with sperm it will disinegrate within 12-24 hours i believe. maybe its 48 but i am not 100% sure.
You have a Great chance, this is how I conceived my little one im carrying now (actually it was more like 3 days b4 i ovulated b- cause i was not wanting to get preg at that time after 2 m/c i wanted to give my body a little more of a break, but was thrilled!), 20 weeks today! and its a Girl, Good Luck, hope your get your BFP!!
We are right there together! I will be 20 weeks Monday and I am having a GIRL too! That is cool, my little bean is already measuring large though so she may get here a little earlier, it will be up to my Dr. He induced me with my last one almost two weeks early due to size. Keep me posted on how you are doing. Take care!
Fistful, just for your information...I just noticed that you posted 4 questions in a row. The way I understand it is they only allow so many questions posted on here a day. You should try to group your questions all together. Some people get pretty upset when they see that someone has used up so many post. I'm not upset...just giving you some friendly advice.
wow. i am glad u posted that, does that mean responses to posts or just posts themselves. i never knew that! does it take up room or what exactly. this is the first forum i have ever joined in. thanks for info!
Highly possible. If trying to concieve (conceive) it is best to have sex right before ovulation. The sperm can stay alive in your body for several days. So once in your body before ovulation, everything is in place for getting pregnant. I hope that's what you want.
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