I went to a fertility Calendar and figured my most fertile days were Nov. 30th thru Dec. 4th or 5th. My question is?? I had sex when we went to bed on the 1st And again in the middle of that night. Then again the next night we went to bed had sex on the 2nd and then again in the middle of the night. What r the chances if me conceiving??? I have been running 25 day cycles and should start on the 15th of December, what is the earliest to take a test and the best one? And how soon do u get signs of being pregnant.??? I have had pain In My lower abdomen off and on and my stomach growles all the time, all the time, lol. 2 days after the fact I i was laying on the couch got this horrible pain in my lower stomach that really hurt, unusual.... Does EVERYONE have implantation bleeding or gooey discharge when they r pregnant???? Lots of questions, I hope someone helps me..
No, implantation bleeding is uncommon - only occurring in maybe 30% of pregnancies. There's nothing that says you'll ever have 'signs' because signs don't mean you're pregnant. Even if you are pregnant you might not have symptoms.
You have a 20% chance, same as any other couple TTC. Take a test if your cycle is due or late with first morning urine.
Ok... I mean, it is what it is. The reason it's like that is because there are dozens of things that can affect it. Egg quality, sperm quality, hormone levels... You track it because if you're not ovulating you're not going to get pregnant.
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