Planning for pregnancy

Question: My LMP was on 6th nov. We contacted on the ovulation time by the advice of a doctor. I have little stomach pain & constipation from yesterday. Am i pregnant na??

1 Answers
Answer: Wait till 12 th December and check using pregnancy kit. All the best
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I have 28days of periods per month and we have planned for a baby on September...So we have contacted in my ovulation September periods was on September 7th and tody I got periods..Our marriage was on April 2018 and we have planned for a baby on September...What will be the reason I got periods today...Please advice
Answer: There could be several reasons for not missing your periods and getting pregnant this time. The most important one is that you may have not known your ovulation dates. Second could be that the semen may have flown out inside of contacting inside. Third could be that you may have not ovulated only. The eggs may not have released. Please seek medical advice from your gynaecologist regarding this case.
»Read All Answers
Question: My LMP date was 6th Nov. we had a relationship on 22nd nov n now i am pregnant. How many weeks i m pregnant??
Answer: Hllo dear congrates to u .ur lmp s 6 Nov. According to ur lmp ur 4 weeks of pregnancy has completed on 6 Dec. Nd ur 5 week has started from 6 Dec. Now ur 5 week s running .tc
»Read All Answers
Question: Last week was my ovulation date and we have contacted many days will take for getting symptoms of i am feeling some catch up in stomach..plz advice briefly
Answer: Other than a missed period, pregnancy symptoms tend to really kick in around week five or six after intercourse. Anything that happens soon after having sex, like spotting or increased discharge, is usually not related to pregnancy. Please wait for a couple of weeks and then take a pregnancy test
»Read All Answers
Question: I am getting vigna pain from nyt on onwards . I have little bit pain in the stomach
Answer: If you have Vaginal pain that isn't accompanied by other symptoms or bleeding is perfectly normal. This is due to the growing of the fetus. Few remedies are Perform a few pelvic exercises, like pelvis tilts and rolls with the permission of your gynecologist. Try relaxing in a soothing bath with warm water (not hot). Avoid sudden movements if possible. Stomach pains in pregnancy are common, especially as your pregnancy progresses. This is usually because the muscles throughout your abdomen are stretching, along with the ligaments in your pelvis. All this moving and stretching can cause discomfort. If it increases please consult your gynecologist immediately.
»Read All Answers