You can ask fertility doctors about getting pregnant in terms of the contraceptive methods and how to get pregnant safely. Read more at www.arhp.org/crc/fertility-awareness.html
Both of you should see a fertility specialist.
A miscarriage should not prevent you from becoming pregnant again.
Ecstacy does not affect fertility levels. Yes
no And make sure you are pregnant so you can make the right moves imediately
There is the possibility of becoming pregnant in that situation. You should get tested to verify.
The results are displayed on Clearblue fertility monitor sticks through a blue line indicating if one is pregnant or not. The results should be shown in just a few minutes.
It's not likely that the IUD removal affected your fertility.
For thousands of years women have gotten pregnant without artificial fertility monitors. Paying attention to one's cycles should be all that is necessary unless there are worries of troubles with conceiving. Consult your doctor if there are real concerns over fertility. Having fathered 4 children with my wife over the last 10 years I would say you answer is no. However having a fertility monitor will greatly increase your chances. You should however reseach the quality and cost of said units. It is possible by doing some research and one on one with a doctor to pinpoint your body's best time to get pregnant.
When you miss a pill take the next pill as soon as you remember and continue taking them as normal. However you will need to use a condom for seven days.