Quiz: What Are My Chances of Getting Pregnant?

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My Chances of Getting Pregnant

Successful conception depends on many factors: future parents’ age, health, a woman’s ovulation cycle and frequency of having sex are just a few. Even if one criterion is “off,” the chances of getting pregnant are greatly reduced.

Your doctor will not be able to tell you with certainty whether you will get pregnant. Even if you have dozens of assays. After all, hundreds of women with minimal chances of conceiving give birth to healthy babies. And vice versa: healthy couples fail to conceive.

We’ve collected questions that reproductive endocrinologists (RE) ask when it comes to pregnancy planning. The result of this quiz is not a guaranteed indicator of whether you get pregnant or not. But it’s a good guideline that will tell you how seriously you should take the issues of pregnancy planning if you really want to get pregnant.

1. Did you use oral contraceptives?
2. Do/Did you have any serious problems with your genitals or reproductive system in general?
3. How often do you visit your gynecologist for a routine examination?
4. How old are you?
5. Have you ever had an abortion? Have you had any miscarriages or an ectopic pregnancy?
6. How often do you have sex during your most fertile period?
7. How long have you been trying to get pregnant?
8. Are your cycles regular?
9. Do you have a tilted uterus?
10. Do you already have naturally conceived children?
11. Do you have problems with your thyroid gland?
12. Do you and your partner have relatives with hereditary diseases of the reproductive system?
13. How do you indicate the beginning of ovulation?
14. Do you and your partner suffer from anorexia or obesity?
15. How often do you feel stress?
16. Do you take folic acid and vitamins?
17. Does your partner have any issues with the quality of his sperm?