The time it takes to get pregnant varies, but about 84 percent of women get pregnant within a year of regular sex without contraception, says NHS Choices. Depending on age, reproductive health, and the frequency of sex, ... More »

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It is not possible to get pregnant before ovulation begins, according to the National Health Service in England. Ovulation occurs when eggs are released from an ovary. After release, conception is feasible for up to 24 h... More »

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While there aren't any foods that help a woman become pregnant, eating a balanced diet can help improve a woman's fertility. Exercise, a nutritious diet and good overall health are three keys to being able to conceive, a... More »

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The Mayo Clinic suggests that women who hope to get pregnant should know their most fertile time of the month, have regular, unprotected sex during this fertile window and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Women who want to ... More »

Nose bleeding during a pregnancy is a common and normal phenomenon, according to NHS Choices. Hormonal changes associated with a pregnancy are responsible for the minor nose bleeding. More »

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The Food and Drug Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency recommend that pregnant women consume no more than 12 ounces of seafood each week, and this includes salmon. The agencies advise that pregnant wome... More »

Although it is impossible to be pregnant if while menstruating, many women have light bleeding during their pregnancy, especially during the first trimester. This bleeding may be mistaken for a menstrual period. A common... More »