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    Pregnancy Odds Quiz
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
    From the Pregnancy Odds quiz you'll learn that ?In general, you have a 20% chance each month of getting pregnant, and an 85% chance of getting pregnant after one year. However, your chances decrease if you are over 30, if your menstrual cycle is irregular, and if you are underweight or overweight.

    ?The average woman gets pregnant after four months of trying. But these odds change significantly with age. Here are the odds of conceiving after one year of trying:

    • Age 20: 90% probability
    • Age 30: 70% probability
    • Age 35: 55% probability
    • Age 40: 45% probability
    • Age 45: 6% probability?
    Also learn about such things as:

    Should I wait to conceive after getting off birth control?

    What are my most fertile days?

    Hope you enjoy it!

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