I am 18 weeks. I just asked my doctor today if it was okay to take and she said yes.
About six months.
26 weeks is half a year, so that's six months.
It depends on how long you have been on the pill, what type of birth control pill, and your body. It could be anywhere from the day you are off it, to six months. If you are not looking to get pregnant use a condom.
I am six months and I am not big at all but the docter says he is developing fine, I too would like to see someone who is six months, everyone always wants to know what everyone else is like or what is "normal" but there is no normal size, dont worry!
Yes, became pregnant twice. The first time I became pregnant after 5 months of starting bromocriptine therapy. I stopped taking the medications, and i had a miscarriage at 11 weeks. Now I have been taking the medication for six months and iam approx. 4 weeks pregnant.
On average, it takes six months to get pregnant, whether or not a woman has been on the birth control pill. Some couples will get pregnant the first month after stopping the pill, and others will take a year, but six months is the average.
As you are six months pregnant , you are more likely having mood swings.
26 weeks would be six months. There are 52 weeks in the year and half of that is the equivalent of six months.
A better question would be If they broke up twice in six months and shes two months pregnant two months after they got back together is she pregnant? And the answer would be yes.
No, but you may want to take more care with the Health and Saftey Rules
Five or six months
Its about six months but can be early or late
Five or six months
i think like six
No, it is not recommended that you ride rides when pregnant.
Prenatal vitamins don't help you get pregnant; they help you to have a healthy pregnancy. On average, it takes six months to conceive. Some couples get pregnant the minute they have unprotected sex, and others take longer.
The average couple takes six months to get pregnant. Eight months is not unusual.