Planning A Pregnancy?
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Hello Light, thanks for the question. Pregnancy is a gift for every couple. Pregnancy is obtained from the fertilization of a female egg cell and a male sperm cell. After fertilization occurs, the results of fertilization will divide and continue to develop to further become a fetus. Normal pregnancy lasts for 37-40 weeks until the baby is finally ready to be born.
Pregnancy naturally occurs through sexual intercourse between a fertile man and woman. The possibility of pregnancy is greater when having sex during a woman's fertile period. The fertile period is the time of the possibility of ovulation (release of eggs), at this time the possibility of pregnancy is quite large. Women's fertile period can be predicted in various ways. In short, a woman with regular menstruation who has a 28-day cycle of fertility will occur on day 14 before the next menstruation comes.
In addition, pregnancy can also be obtained through certain medical actions and procedures. Today, there are many methods to achieve an "artificial" pregnancy. One of these programs is IVF or IVF (in Vitro Fertilization). These procedures are intended for couples who have certain medical conditions that make it difficult to get pregnant naturally. This condition is determined by the results of the examination and determination of the obstetrician. You should consult with an obstetrician first to get further examination related to the pregnancy program. The obstetrician will then direct and determine the appropriate action for your condition whether you can still get a natural pregnancy or certain medical procedures are needed. You can see the nearest obstetrician in your city, for hospitals that provide IVF services you can look at HealthReplies.com as your reference help.
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