Mara wife na 8.12.2017 ko iui Kia.abi tast kar skta hi

Mara wife na XXXXXko iui Kia.abi tast kar skta hi

Rizwan asked on 23 Dec '17 at 12:45


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Jeremiah_lee_42 answer on 09 May '11 at 20:51

I can tell you, with certainty, that it's possible to be pregnant 3 months after birth. My son is 12 months and 13 days younger than my daughter. My wife was breastfeeding, yet her fertility returned, and we got pregnant. If the test is positive, you're almost certainly pregnant. -- Let me tell you, the first year was tricky, but now that they're 2 and 3, they love playing with each other, and they have a wonderful relationship. It's not really harder than having one child, just more complicated. I had to do a lot more planning ahead.

Cam answer on 09 May '11 at 22:02

"Teenage pregnancies going up." That is a sweeping statement if ever there was one! I married my wife and our first child was born when she was 19; THAT's a teenage pregnancy. And is it proven statistical fact that teenage pregnancies are going up? And if so, what's the matter with that? "Asian" you say. Asia is a vast continent and there must be millions of teenage pregnancies there every year. Isn't it a biological fact that teenage girls, and teenage boys too, are at their most fertile stage in life, and that it is at that time in life that they are most likely to conceive. That is nature's way. There are too many strictures and too many judgements and too many rules being applied by other people to the perfectly natural function of loveual intercourse. . I repeat, teenage pregnancy is nature's way. Society must adjust to that.,

Mummy has me plus 3! answer on 09 May '11 at 23:42

I have a medical disorder that makes my BP low, and worse during pregnancy. The main thing your wife needs is to stay hydrated, drink lots and lots of water. Fluids keep the BP up. Eat every few hours. Small meals regularly. This will keep her energy levels up, and head clear. May sound a bit of a no no, but salt. Eat salty foods ( not too many!!) as this is good for low BP.

Expecting the best of life answer on 10 May '11 at 00:25

The BEST & SAFEST ever is to go for Natural Contraception. Don't have intercourse when the wife is ovulating. Whats ovulation? Go to a love consultant and let him explain u all. I personally never had pills....i was just scared of messing up my body. Trust me... its the best option u'll ever have. _

Noahs answer on 10 May '11 at 01:29

every pregnancy can be different! my wife really enjoyed her pregnancy and has been excited to get pregnant again but first she wants to spend as much time with our first son as she can! we are planning to try for #2 in January when our first will be 17 months so they will be at least 2 years apart! I see that alot of mommies out there miss being pregnant so they get pregnant again really fast and aren't able to enjoy their first born and regret it once the 2nd comes and wish they had waited a little longer.