That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I find an answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could assist you..
I don't have children and I have PCOS and other metabolic disorders that will make it difficult to get pregnant. I am hoping that after.
And I find the right man, lol, I will be able to have a baby. I have a history of blood clots so no.
For me but you probably need to be on a pregesterone only pill because you will be releasing estrogen as you.
And it will cause you issues if you don't. I.
My husband and I have never used.
In 11 years. I have never gotten pregnant. (have 2 boys from a prior marriage)..
I am 19 months post GBS and my hubby had his July 1..
I am 44 soon to turn 45! If it happens now I am not sure what my reaction would be I always a little girl. And my grandma was 45 when my dad was born. My mother was the youngest of 12. Her oldest sister was 20 years older than her, so she had to be in her 40's when mom was born, I honestly don't know..
BUT, I have high schoolers, don't know if I have the energy to go back to babies again. Of course I'd have to get a baby cart to go on the back of my bike!.
I use the Nuva Ring and have been happy with it...
My honey had a vasectomy.. Better to take the bullets out of the gun than wear a bullet proof vest is my motto! But we have a collective 6 kids, a dog and a cat... so really our house is full..
My co-workers (nurses) rave about the IUD, Merena (spelling?) Its a hormonal IUD that is good for 5 years, there is a copper IUD good for 10. If your insurance doesnt cover the cost, planned parenthood or the local GYN clinical will do it for cost or some for free...
I used the.
IUD. They are good for 5 years and are wonderful. You rarely have a period after the first few months of adjusting...
We don't have any children. I have only been pregnant once in 13 yrs. of marriage, sadly it ended in miscarriage. That was in 2002 and I've been unable to concieve again. I just turned 40, but I'm hoping when I reach my goal next year I will be able to get pregnant. My grandmother was 42 when she had her last baby, I could be 41 when I have my first.
, I had never had to and am unsure what to use now, but really afraid of getting pregnant before I'm finished losing. Any suggestions?..
IUD is the way to go but I highly recommend the paragaurd. There are no hormones involved with the paragaurd and it can stay in as long as ten years. Also- the minute it is put in, you are protected and the minute it is take out- you are not. often with hormone birth control- it takes quite a while to get the hormones out of your system to get pregnant...