According to Baby Centre, the chance of conceiving at 46 compared to the average annual rate of pregnancy per cycle is less than 5 percent. This low chance of fertility is not just about the number of the eggs that a wom... More »

Contrary to popular belief, there are no specific sexual positions that increase the odds of achieving pregnancy in women with normally positioned uteruses, according to WebMD. In very rare instances, a woman with an unu... More »

The general odds of getting pregnant during ovulation are calculated by considering a woman's age, frequency of sexual intercourse and the number of months a couple has been trying, according to WebMD. For most couples t... More »

According to WebMD, the chance of a healthy woman getting pregnant during the fertile period of her cycle is between 15 and 25 percent. This figure assumes that the woman is actively trying to have a child. More »

According to BabyCentre, the odds of a woman getting pregnant in her mid-40s naturally are less than 5 percent. The likelihood of becoming pregnant, even with a fertility treatment such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), w... More »

Contrary to popular belief, there are no specific sexual positions that increase the odds of achieving pregnancy in women with normally positioned uteruses, according to WebMD. In very rare instances, a woman with an unu... More »

In general, it is not recommended to take over-the-counter drugs while pregnant, as no drug is considered 100 percent safe during pregnancy, according to WebMD. However, some safe medications to take for allergies includ... More »

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