Every month, after 9th or 12th day from my periods, its comes all signs(knee,breast paining & pimples on chick) to get periods. i wanted to knw that, can i try for a baby after happend this too OR its a useless attempt?
With or without these signs you can conceive (become pregnant). If you are trying to become pregnant, then you need to need figure out when you ovulation cycle begins. The is when your eggs are released from your ovaries. This is some of the best time to become pregnant. Your ovulation cycle can before, or after your period comes.
got fed up of trying to get pregnant as same as get a reply for this frm here, THANKS A LOT F REPLYING ME ANYHOW.
some1 told me, its within 7th to 15th days.,bt i try once, per two days, from 7th day. & from 7th day, i avoid all fiery food, bike riding, n staying whole day at home without dng any hard work, (totally act like a pregnant women), bt finally periods comes , my damm fate ;(
frm last month i hv been taken the tablet folik calcium & i got to know from here, im having hormone imbalance, n sarted to eat walnuts too...bt finally periods comes...
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