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 Can a woman get pregnant at 60 years old?

Answer While extremely unlikely, a woman can become pregnant at the age of 60. While the ability to become pregnant remains a possibility as long as a woman experiences her menstrual cycle (even if it is ... Read More »
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Your sister is 14 years old and she might be pregnant by her boyfriend that is 19 years old and you live in illnois what is the law here?

Answer The law in Illinois states that while the mother is still in control of her body and her choices for herself and her child, your parents can still press charges against the boyfriend for St... Read More »
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I am flying a pregnant woman and her husband to the US from Sweden and she's going to be 33 weeks pregnant when they leave how can I get her insured while she's here?

Does every pregnant woman's basal body temperature go up or is this just one thing that can happen while pregnant?

Answer It is standard. Your basal temperature initially lowers to indicate you are ovulating. A spike in temperature during the middle of your cycle indicates that you have finished ovulating.When ... Read More »
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If you're 16 years old and live in Alabama and your girlfriend is 15 years old and 7 months pregnant what are your legal options if your mother will not give consent for marriage but hers will?

Answer None. Alabama does have an early emancipation statute, Alabama Code Title 26-Chapter 13. However, it only applies to minors who are over the age of 18, as the age of majority for the state ... Read More »
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